Sofia Carson is undoubtedly one of the brightest talents working in the industry at the moment and has proven her worth as an actor by doing a variety of works, she started her career with Disney in the series ‘Austin & Ally’ as a guest artist. After garnering acclaim for her role in “Austin & Allie,” she secured a permanent spot in Disney’s “Descendants” franchise and “A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits.” Shortly after wrapping up with Disney, she began exploring and starred in Freeform’s “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists”, Netflix’s “Feel the Beat”, where she revived her singing talent and went on to film. Sang “Always”, and “Songbird” which you can stream on Netflix.
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Just as every Disney popular star like Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and Selena Gomez had their own journey when they broke the stereotype that left their fans deeply inquisitive, so has Carson. Fans began to wonder ‘Does Disney’s rebellious princess have any tattoos?’ Unfortunately, no, she doesn’t have any tattoos of her own, though her most recent film, “Purple Hearts,” (which is about an aspiring singer-songwriter and a soldier who’s in love despite their differences and all odds). ) She sought to play a character who had few tattoos, as Carson had no tattoos, seizing the opportunity to choose a temporary tattoo for himself.
The tattoo that Carson chose for his character
Sofia Carson recently interviewed by TheWrap, where she discussed how hard it was to get hold of her character in the film (Purple Hearts), Cassie, a budding music artist who has type-1 diabetes and her health. There is no insurance. Carson admitted that her physical transformation helped a lot to get her in the right mindset and prepare her to play Cassie. One of the tattoos Carson chose for his character is “I’ll never touch the blue part of the sky,” which is also the lyrics to the song he sang and wrote for the film – ‘Blue Side of the Sky’ .
Carson describing his character in interview
How loose, generous and independent.” She adds, “She (Casey) has fought for her whole life, for justice in an unjust system, for healthcare, for her dreams, and to achieve them. No matter how close she is, she could never touch the sky.” Hence the “I will never touch the blue part of the sky” tattoo.
Carson’s character Cassie has a tattoo collection
Of all the tattoos Carson chose for her character, fans noticed a few butterflies on her wrists (the butterflies are a symbol of transformation), with ‘Luke’ written on her ring finger (her husband’s name in the film is Luke), but ‘Brave’ is written. On the other wrist (brave because Cassie’s character is always in the fight against her health and the unjust system, and she has to fight against all odds), a sun tattoo near her thumb (the sun signifies light), and on her arms A shooting star (Shooting star symbolizes striving to be better or achieving one’s dreams).
tattooing something symbolic
In a recent interview by The Nerds of Colour, Carson was asked ‘if she ever wanted to get a tattoo of a song or something symbolic, what would she get and why?’ She said that she has always loved butterflies, and if she ever gets a tattoo it will be of a butterfly but there is no confirmation when she will get it. Carson thinks Cassie is her “biggest challenge as an actor”. That was, given that, in order to truly find Cassie within himself, he had to “surrender” completely to the character. “And it was one of the most beautiful experiences for me as an actor,” he said.