Is kat still dating nikki sixx
Celebrity tattoo artist and make-up guru Kat Von D is a married woman.
The 35-year-old wed Prayers singer Leafar Seyer, 45, on Wednesday and promptly shared the news with fans on Instagram.“Today, I married my soul’s mate, my mind’s twin, my best friend,” the former L. Ink reality star wrote beside a photo of the newlyweds’ tattooed hands, with their wedding bands clearly on display.
Then, I’m like wow, I have to get a documentary crew and they have to document what is happening here.
It is something magical and I don’t know what it is but I have to capture it.
The tattoo artist shared a heartwarming photo of herself and her new boo kissing with the caption, "Juntos en vida y en muerte." Que lindos!
Kat started dating famous music producer Joel Zimmerman aka deadmau5 in 2012 and by December of that year, the two were engaged. In June 2013, the two ended their engagement after he reportedly cheated on her.
Nikki: Everything for me comes from honestly, brutally honest, most people don’t understand that and it’s hard for me to understand sometimes too.
David Bowe once said that he didn’t understand his own music until 5 or 10 years after he recorded and released it. You’re doing so much photography that you get the idea of doing a book on photography, at first you start to write it for yourself.
It’s a chilling and heavy take on the concept in which photography inspires music and music inspires photograph then blurring the line.
Do think you will ever reach a point with your photography where you think you are successful or well received or just happy with the outcome? I think I have moments and I feel as though I’m just getting started with photography.
Nikki: I don’t think I will be successful or well received. Musically I feel like I’m just getting started, creatively I’m just getting started, with Sixx A.
The reason I ask is in the book you have a shot of just a man’s legs and it is entitled (The End). Not because I was worried about censorship, I just don’t like to see a woman’s pussy in the photo. People who either A) can’t understand or B) don’t wanna understand or C) don’t think they can handle. And would we be grateful if we were confined to a wheelchair or lost our sight, would we be grateful if we were doused with battery acid or lost our arms or legs? James and I wrote all the lyrics and we spent a lot of time talking about life. That we both felt like outcasts at some points in our lives, the concept of being successful and always being told that you won’t be, couldn’t be and shouldn’t be successful.
I’m ok with amputations, disfigurement, nudity, transgender and death…I’m just not ok with that. Those life struggles come out in the music as well as relationships with, fathers, mothers, girlfriends, wives, family. Nikki: It has nothing to do with that with that relationship. To me, it’s what all human hearts and the spikes are all the different experiences.