Supernatural's Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Jeffrey Dean Morgan all got matching tattoos
11 October 2019, 15:25
The stars of CW's Supernatural marked their time on the long-running show by getting matching tattoos at Jeffrey Dean Morgan's wedding to Hilarie Burton.
You've no doubt heard the news that CW's Supernatural is coming to an end after 15 seasons. The popular series has been on the air since September 2005 but will bid fans a fond farewell following this upcoming season.
A few of the show's stars have chosen a rather permanent way to remember their time on the hit series. Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Jeffrey Dean Morgan celebrated their Supernatural bond with new tattoos over the weekend.
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who married his longtime partner Hilarie Burton over the weekend, shared a few snaps of himself, Jared and Jensen getting tattoos on their forearms.
Jeffrey plays John Winchester, the father of Sam and Dean, on the long-running drama. He returned last season for the show's 300th episode.
"Me and @hilarieburton weren’t the only ones joined for life.... @jaredpadalecki @jensenackles and myself will forever have a bond that is both special, and permanent. Love you both dearly," he captioned the photo.
Unfortunately for mega curious fans, Jeffrey didn't reveal what the new tattoos looked like.
"Show us the tattoo!!" one fan urged.
"So wheres the photo of the tat? Let us see," another fan commented beneath the photo.
The tattoos are reportedly matching and, presumably, have something to do with their time spent on Supernatural, but for now fans have no idea what it looks like.
We're sure one (or all) of them will put us all out of our misery and show off the new ink...at some point.
Actors getting matching tattoos with their co-stars is nothing new. Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner famously got matching Game of Thrones tattoos to commemorate the day they each found out they'd landed their roles. The cast of 13 Reasons Why also got matching semi-colon tattoos when the show first premiered in 2017.
Meanwhile, 10 October marked the premiere of Supernatural's final season. Season 15 will be 20 episodes long and (hopefully) provide a satisfying ending to one of the CW's most successful shows ever.