Charlie XCX Butt Tattoos: 'Nasty Cherry' Decoded

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If you've been stalking Charli XCX on social media lately, you'll mostly like see or heard the name Nasty Cherry.

The English singer-songwriter recently flaunted the phony inks in her butt cheeks in a sexy Instagram photo.

The singer happily showed off the fake but quirky tattoos, referencing the all-girl band Nasty Cherry who she previously teased a collaboration with.

The 27-year-old singer captioned the photo,

"VERY IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT COMING VERY SOON INVOLVING ME AND MY FAV BAND @NASTYCHERRYBAND. MORE CLUES LATER TONIGHT BUT MAKE SURE UR ON MY INSTA AT 9AM EST TOMORROW FOR A HUGE HUGE HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT I AM BEYOND EXCITED ABOUT. ASS MAY OR MAY NOT BE INCLUDED. STAY TUNED."

Nasty Cherry Series  

Charlie XCX has had a busy year so far, but she seeims to have no plan of stopping. After launching a global tour with Tommy Genesis following the release of her highly-anticipated album, the 27-year-old announced a new Netflix series, "I'm With the Band" Nasty Cherry."

The six-part series shows the formation and beginnings of Nasty Cherry, showing the reality of being a woman in music, starting a band and the unglamorous life of it.

It also showcases the emotional highs and lows of the band, as well as the hangovers, breakdowns and the excitement of writing "the best song in the world."

Based on the trailer, the series will show both on-camera interviews with the band and XCX, as well as candid footage of the band rehearsing and writing.

The singer called the band "unashamedly real" and "badass" in a trailer which was recently released earlier. The trailer featured XCX along with the members of Nasty Cherry: Cabbriette Bechtel (singer), Chloe Chaidez (guitarist, part-time Kitten frontwoman), Georgia Somary (bassist) and Debbie Knowx-Hewson (drummer and former Charli XCX drummer).

The documentary-series lands on Netflix on November 15.

 

Nasty Cherry: On the Rise?

Nasty Cherry is a British-American alternative-pop group that was signed to Charli XCX's own recording company, Vroom Vroom.

When Charli XCX was asked about how the band was formed, she admitted that she has always wanted to work with a girl band and collaborate with women, so she started talking to her friends about it.

Charli XCX then talked to the four girls, had exciting ideas, and it just happened. Charli pointed out how she found the girls "extremely unique," bold and funny -- characteristics that make the group interesting and special,

They debuted earlier this year with "Win," which was quickly followed with two songs, "What Do You Like In Me?" and "Live Forever."

Early last week, the band released "Music With Your Dad" and announced that their debut EP will be released next month.

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