According to TMZ, Ariana Grande's embarrassing effort to correct a botched tattoo isn't completely wrought with error. The tattoo which reads "Japanese BBQ Grill" was meant to commemorate the success of her "7 Rings" tattoo going number one. Since trying to amend the original error and coming up "short" yet again, a company called LaserAway has stepped forward offering her a $1.5 million sum for a year's worth of promotional help.

LaserAway specializes in hair and tattoo removal by way of laser technology if you couldn't guess from appearances alone. As it stands, their offer would entail Ariana to participate in a one-time video/photo shoot where the company intends to capture her likeness for a series of "social media, print, and viral campaigns." The latter part of the clause, calls for Ariana Grande to plug LaserWay products on social media, once a month over the course of 12 months. You can read the full offer right here, in which company president Todd Heckmann signs off with.. "Thank u, next tiny barbecue grill." 

TMZ conferred with Ariana Grande's manager, Scooter Braun, over the matter, and although he says they haven't received any such letter, he doesn't see any reason why his client would object to the idea. "I can't speak for Ariana as we have not received this letter, however, if they're willing to send me the offer, I'm sure I'd be happy to get a tattoo and then remove it real quick ... for $1.5 mil. Hopefully, we can make this deal before her album comes out next week -- shameless plug."