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Why Bachelor star Isabelle Davies was forced to covered up her colourful body art

The extraordinary reason why Pilates instructor Isabelle Davies was forced to covered up her colourful body art on The Bachelor… but Jessica Brody was allowed to show hers

Fans were left stunned when they recently discovered that Bachelor star Isabelle Davies had a colourful Simpsons-themed full sleeve arm tattoo, after producers made her cover it up for the show’s first cocktail party.

And now the stunning Pilates instructor has revealed the real reason why she was not allowed to show off her arm ink.

The 29-year-old told Yahoo Lifestyle that it all came down to copyright issues.   

The extraordinary reason why Pilates instructor Isabelle Davies was forced to covered up her colourful body art on The Bachelor

The extraordinary reason why Pilates instructor Isabelle Davies was forced to covered up her colourful body art on The Bachelor

‘I’ve got a full Simpsons sleeve and as you know (the show) is owned by 21st Century Fox, so obviously we didn’t want to step on anybody’s toes,’ she told the publication.  

Isabelle’s ink posed a big problem for Warner Bros. ,the producers of The Bachelor, as they are in direct competition with 21st Century Fox, who own the rights to the popular animated series. 

During her first meeting with Matt Agnew, Isabelle was unable to show her true colours and forced to cover up her tattoos. 

Instead, she wore a glittery long sleeve dress that concealed most of her designs, including an inking of Bart Simpson on a skateboard.

Meanwhile, fellow heavily tattooed contestant Jessica Brody, who has since been eliminated on the show, was allowed to show off her more traditional ink. 

Isabelle’s portrayal on the show is a stark contrast to her personal Instagram account, where she often shares photos of her tattoos in all their glory.  

Who's that girl?  During her first meeting with Matt Agnew, Isabelle was unable to show her true colours and forced to cover up her arm art. Instead, she wore a glittery long sleeve dress that concealed all of her tattoos, including an inking of Bart Simpson on a skateboard

Who’s that girl?  During her first meeting with Matt Agnew, Isabelle was unable to show her true colours and forced to cover up her arm art. Instead, she wore a glittery long sleeve dress that concealed all of her tattoos, including an inking of Bart Simpson on a skateboard

In one of her Instagram snaps, Isabelle strikes a sultry pose in a skintight yellow dress that reveals her intricate full sleeve tattoo.

She has several inkings dedicated to characters from The Simpsons, including a famous image of Bart performing a trick on his skateboard.  

But in every promotional photo released by Channel 10, she dresses in a far more conservative style and her body art is not on display.

'I’ve got a full Simpsons sleeve and as you know (the show) is owned by 21st Century Fox, so obviously we didn’t want to step on anybody’s toes,' Isabelle has revealed

‘I’ve got a full Simpsons sleeve and as you know (the show) is owned by 21st Century Fox, so obviously we didn’t want to step on anybody’s toes,’ Isabelle has revealed 

Only one is allowed! There was also another heavily tattooed contestant, Jessica Brody (pictured), who is allowed to show off her more traditional ink

Only one is allowed! There was also another heavily tattooed contestant, Jessica Brody (pictured), who is allowed to show off her more traditional ink 

In fact, the Queenslander almost looks like a different person in the Bachelor mansion.

Described as a girl who ‘isn’t afraid to tell it like it is’, it seems Isabelle’s forthright personality hasn’t translated into the dressing room. 

The Bachelor continues Wednesday at 7:30pm on Channel 10 

I don't know her! Described as a girl who 'isn't afraid to tell it like it is', it seems Isabelle's forthright personality hasn't translated into the dressing room

I don’t know her! Described as a girl who ‘isn’t afraid to tell it like it is’, it seems Isabelle’s forthright personality hasn’t translated into the dressing room

Daily Mail UK

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