One Direction hunk Niall Horan was stuck with a temporary tattoo on his bottom for almost a month.
The boyband star had the face of British comedian James Corden transferred onto his left buttock during an appearance on comedy show A League Of Their Own, but it took three weeks to fade.
"We made a thing on the show that he's the only member of the band without a tattoo," James told The Sun newspaper.
"I said to him we've got this little idea of putting a tattoo of my face on your body. Niall went, 'You should put it on my arse'.
"We tattooed it onto his buttock - it took him three weeks to get rid of it. He sent me updates every week, with a photo of my fading face on his arse saying, 'It's still not gone yet'."
The transfer hasn't tempted the 19-year-old to get any permanent inkings, unlike the rest of his band - Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles - who each have at least one tattoo.
Zayn was even joined by Liam and Louis in a 4.30am visit to a Los Angeles tattoo parlour on Saturday.
Later he revealed he and his friend Alexander DeLeon had both had the words "A pirates life for me" written onto their ribcages, sharing a picture of the body art on Instagram.
Onesies raise $13k
Meanwhile, pyjamas worn by One Direction members Zayn Malik and Liam Payne have raised £7000 ($13,500) for charity.
The Best Song Ever singers' personalised their one-piece playsuits with paint hand prints which were then snapped up by one lucky American fan at an auction as part of a charity event called OnePiece2WorkDay.
The sale was organised by The CAW Foundation and fashion label OnePiece and encouraged thousands of people to wear the leisurewear to work.
Zayn and Liam's fashionable donation pushed CAW founder, Rob Langley-Swain, towards his target of £50,000 ($97,000), raised in order to provide kids in deprived areas of the Midlands in England with arts, sports and cultural projects.
The charitable boyband have previously donated their star power to charity auctions, with devoted fans snapping up rare prizes.
Just last month, people were offered the chance to date band members Harry Styles and Liam Payne in order to raise money for cancer charity Trekstock.
One lucky bidder was able to snap up a five-star weekend in London's Carnaby Street, with spending money and a memorable evening with the two hearthrobs.