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Margot Robbie was left shocked after a man showed her his massive back tattoo of her face. Check it out:
As you can see, the ink job belonged to a producer on Good Morning Britain, who was at the Amsterdam premiere on Wednesday night (21 September).
Robbie, who stars in the new drama mystery, was seen enjoying a bit of banter with host Richard Arnold who then turns his attention to the tat.
He tells the 32-year-old star: "You can't miss this, this is one of my producers Ashley. He's going to show you something and I promise you it's decent."
Ashley Whitt then rolls up his shirt to reveal an incredibly detailed back piece, which includes what appears to be Al Pacino's Scarface alongside Robbie's iteration of Harley Quinn from DC's Suicide Squad and Birds of Prey.
Clearly shocked at the revelation, Robbie covers her mouth as her jaw drops to the ground, saying, "Oh my god!"
She then says, "But also, the whole thing looks incredible," pointing to the other details of the piece before exclaiming, "That's so cool."
Well, it certainly gets her seal of approval.
The ink job perfectly reflects how the star has climbed her way through the ranks in Hollywood, having come a long way since her former Neighbours days.
After enjoying worldwide acclaim for her role in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, she's now set to take on the iconic role of the fantastically plastic Barbie in Greta Gerwig's live-action movie.
Details about Barbie have continued to trickle in, the latest being that the actor will be receiving the tidy sum of $12.5 million (£10.4 million), according to Variety.
Not only is she reported to be earning the same as her male counterpart Ryan Gosling – who has taken on the role of Ken – but if this figure is accurate, it would also make her the highest-paid female actor in Hollywood at the current time.
Back in April, fans were given their first glimpse into the film with a picture of her in a hot pink convertible looking identical to the iconic children's doll.
Speaking to British Vogue about taking on the significant role, she said: “People generally hear ‘Barbie’ and think, 'I know what that movie is going to be'.
"And then they hear that Greta Gerwig is writing and directing it, and they’re like, 'Oh, well, maybe I don’t…'"