Next Episode of Tattoo Fixers is
Season 3 / Episode 11 and airs on 28 February 2017 21:00
Series following the "Tattoo Fixers", a team that make it their mission to fix the most embarrassing, offensive and downright awful tattoos from up and down the country.
The tattoo fixers return for a third series in which they revamp more of the nation's most embarrassing, offensive, and sometimes downright awful body art. This week, the tattooing titans come to the rescue of Luke, whose drunken tatt got him into bother back home, and Mark, whose belly-based Buddha has left him a laughing stock. Sketch has to mop up the sticky mess on Craig's ankle, Alice gives Kayleigh a peacock to be proud of and helps rid Hannah of her horrendous hashtag tatt, and Jay gets all godlike lending Aaron a hand with his protruding privates problem.
The tattoo fixers are back at their studio and as always they'll be helping to cover some of the biggest tattoo disasters from around the UK. This week, gangster film fan Bradley needs Sketch's help to mend his criminal Robert De Niro portrait, Alice helps Beverley sort out a cheeky backside blunder and Dylan gets a hand from Jay after his pro-Brexit tattoo gets him thrown out of home. Meanwhile, wheelchair rugby coach Craig wants a design to commemorate the anniversary of his bike accident, and Bailey has his holiday Poomoji tatt wiped clean by Jay.
The tattoo fixers are back at their studio and as always they'll be helping to cover some of the biggest tattoo disasters from around the UK. This week, the pop-up parlour gets a visit from hopeless romantic Karl, who needs Sketch's assistance to remove a tribute to his ex. Jay helps out Darren, who's found god and needs a dirty devil tattoo covered, while Alice has to sort out Alex's Game of Thrones tattoo, which doesn't mean quite what he thought it did. Meanwhile, Tony commemorates his near-death in an accident with a tattoo, and Lucy Ann has her embarrassing backside blunder covered over by Sketch.
This week the pop-up parlour is saving more customers from their tattoo traumas. Sketch is visited by John, an extra-terrestrial enthusiast whose tattoo is on another planet, Jay is working on Alec, who made a big mistake with a tiny inking, and Alice is helping out Jenny, whose eye-popping tattoo comes with an equally shocking story. Plus there's double trouble when Jay and Sketch team up to help David, whose cheeky tribute to his ex and her mum struck a bum note.
This week in the pop-up tattoo parlour, the artists meet Amber, whose love of soaps has gone a step too far, and Tony, whose dot-to-dot design gives them something to puzzle over. On top of that, Alice helps cancer survivor Linsey cover a scar that acts as a painful memory, and rids Megan of an embarrassing tatt that's a little below the belt. Jay does a cover for prankster Chris and gives Ian a portrait that has to be seen to be believed.
Belieber Nathan decides it's time for Sketch to rid him of his embarrassing fan tattoo, and Jay tackles a 'bad' tattoo of his idol
Sketch is visited by Billy, whose habit of tattooing himself to impress the ladies has got way out of hand, Jay meets Lee, who needs help with his 'I love Jay' tattoo, and Alice encounters long-lost sisters Annette and Heather, who want a special tattoo to mark their incredible story. Plus Sketch meets Raff, a transgender man who wants to start his transition by replacing his feminine tattoo, and Jay helps to erase Tom's drunken word-game drawing.
Model Kelly needs Sketch's help to remove a lower-back tattoo. Alice tackles Liam's DIY tattoo disaster. Jay creates a memorial tattoo for Mitch, who lost his father and brother in a tragic accident.
Alice paints over Francesca's pitiful Picasso, Sketch gives Madison a sci-fi inspired memorial to her mum and assists Owen with his Welsh beef, while Jay helps Ryan deflate his filthy Bangkok balloon
Alice helps rid former club rep Sammie of an unladylike error, Lloyd asks Sketch to erase his misunderstood etching, and Jay sorts out martial arts fan Jimmy's naughty nod to Chuck Norris
Jay covers Jack's offensive nickname tatt and gives Harry John a moving memorial to his sister, while Sketch sweeps away Mark's cobwebs and dismisses Deborah's dodgy portrait
Alice Perrin(Alice Perrin)
Jay Hutton(Jay Hutton)
Lou Hopper(Lou Hopper)
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