Beyoncé's 'BLACKBIRD' collaborators get matching tattoos to commemorate the moment.

Beyoncé's "BLACKBIIRD" partners are strengthening their friendship. The Grammy-winning performance of The Beatles' song "Blackbird"  

comprises an all-star quartet of Black country singers, including Brittney Spencer, Reyna Roberts, Tanner Adell, and Tiera Kennedy.  

To commemorate the collaboration's accomplishment, the four women each had tattoos of their unique renditions of blackbirds.  

Roberts announced the move on the red carpet at the CMT Awards in Nashville on Sunday, April 7.  

"We actually got matching tattoos," she told Billboard, adding, "Mine isn't exactly matching, but we all got the symbolism of our blackbird."  

Roberts revealed that her tattoo features black wings and reads, "Thou shall reign heavenly fire." On Instagram Stories, she shared a close-up of her and Adell's matching tattoos.  

Adell also flaunted her and Kennedy's tattoos in a photo dump from their appearance at one of country music's biggest nights.  

Kennedy described the meaning behind her tattoo, a blackbird wearing a cowboy hat, in an Instagram Reel. She explained to her followers that the "Blackbiird" cover and her own single "I Ain't a Cowgirl" inspired the artwork.  

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