Kristen Bell has a lot of tattoos to hide, according to a hilarious Funny or Die video. (PHOTO: Screen Capture / Funny or Die).
What do butterflies, Steve Urkel and Willy Wonka have in common?
They are 3 of more than 200 tattoos that can be found on Kristen Bell's body, the actress explains in a hilarious new Funny or Die video.
Let's just say I've accrued a lot of ink over the years, Bell explains in a fictional segment called Inside Hollywood.
She goes on to reveal that she has 214 professional tattoos, nine of which she did herself.
There's the Tasmanian devil, 72 butterflies, Chinese symbols (dolphin, princess), a face tattoo of her beloved mouth gear, a Treasure Troll, and her favorite, a tattoo of a tattooed tween listening to the bands T.A.T.U. and Ween on the planet Tatooine -- it's from the Star Wars universe.
In the video, an exhausted looking make-up artist also confesses that it takes about 12-14 hours to cover-up all the tattoos on Bell's body before she is ready to be in front of the camera.
Titled Kristen Bell's Body of Lies, the video is a spoof on Bell's current Showtime comedy, House of Lies. The show, which was recently renewed for a second season, also stars Don Cheadle, Ben Schwartz and Josh Lawson.
The Funny or Die video is the latest Bell video to hit viral status.
Last week, the 31-year-old's love for sloths made headlines after a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
For her birthday last year, Bell was surprised with a sloth for a day from longtime boyfriend Dax Shepard. But she couldn't control her emotions upon knowing that the sloth had arrived at her house.
I had no context for knowing what [the present] was. But I grabbed the dogs and walk into the back room of the house and I immediately was overcome and I thought, 'There's a sloth near. There's a sloth here; it's close; it's gonna happen, Bell told DeGeneres, before sharing a personal clip of the emotional ordeal.
The Ellen clip, titled Kristen Bell's Sloth Meltdown, has since received more than 8 million views on YouTube.
Bell can currently be seen in the big screen whale drama, Big Miracle, opposite Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski.
Scroll down to watch Kristen Bell talk about her tattoos, courtesy of Funny or Die.