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This Artist Got A Tattoo Of Tyra Banks's Most Iconic "Top Model" Moment And It's Stunning

We are rooting for this guy.

Posted on August 21, 2017, at 4:57 p.m. ET

This is Marcus Underwood, a 30-year-old songwriter based in New York City.

He has 16 tattoos, including ones of Princess Diana, Whoopi Goldberg, a Poké Ball, and a glamour shot of his mother.

Last week, Underwood revealed his latest tattoo, which is located on his right calf: a black and gray drawing of Tyra Banks's well-known America's Next Top Model "we were all rooting for you" moment.

Underwood said he had been toying around with the idea of getting the tattoo for about three years, and that it took about four to five hours to complete.

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"All my friends and family have really loved it," he said. "Most of my friends and family know I just have crazy ideas for tattoos."

"At the root of it all, it’s a reminder for me to be on top of my shit," he said of the Banks tattoo. "Only your can ruin your opportunities in this life [and] I wanted to connect it to my love of pop culture."

Long live one of the internet's most popular GIFs.

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