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Jana Kramer gets her wedding date tattoo removed

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Singer Jana Kramer is trying to erase the past.On Thursday the star, 38, shared on social media that she is removing her wedding date tattoo - 5-22-15 - six months after finalizing her divorce from Mike Caussin.'It's my fault for tattooing my wedding date on my arm,' said the beauty as she wore a pink puffy jacket while sitting in her car, She also added a laughing with tears emoji.

Bye tat!Singer Jana Kramer shared on social media that she is removing her wedding date tattoo almost a year after filing for divorce from husband Mike Caussin There it is: The wedding date, May 22, 2015, is stamped on the inside of one of her arms.

The second tattoo is the date her daughter was born: January 31, 2016She then plugged the company doing the removal, Franklin Skin And Laser: 'Tattoo removals, facials, lasers, if you're in Nashville, come here!' she shared.

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