Demi Lovato attended the UNICEF Gala event in New York City in a black and white off-the-shoulder stylish gown. The dress was perfect to flaunt her shoulder tattoos, including the ones that read "Love" and "Fear."

The 30-year-old singer shared a series of photos on Instagram on Wednesday from the red carpet of the event and some of them were clicked in a private space. In the first photo, Lovato's left shoulder tattoo of a web can be seen, while in the next photo, the closeup shot shows a butterfly tattoo on the neck.

She also shared a longshot of herself posing on the red carpet. In the next photo, clicked in a room, the singer is seen posing elegantly while flaunting her "Love" and "Fear" tattoos below her shoulders.

In the last photo, the singer is seen in a black suit, which she wore during her performance at the event. "Thank you for having me @unicefusa," she captioned the post.

Lovato's love for tattoos is nothing new as she keeps flaunting them on social media. The singer first revealed her "Love" and "Fear" tattoos on social media in May.

She has many more tattoos, including "300" and "Choose Love" on her arms, "Spider" on her skull, "Infinite Universe" on her right hand, and "Survivor" written on her neck.

Aside from attending UNICEF Gala, the singer also performed on songs "Substance," "4 Ever 4 Me," "Heart Attack" and "Cool for the Summer."

The event helped raise more than $3.5 million for kids around the globe, who got affected by war in Ukraine, flooding in Pakistan, and climate change in Africa, JustJared reported.

Actress Alyssa Milano, who works as an ambassador for the organization, also attended the event. The official Instagram handle of the organization shared a video Tuesday of Milano visiting Faiyum Governorate in Egypt. In the video, she can be seen spending time with under-privilege children.

"'If you allow a young girl to find her voice, she's going to create change for everybody.' For 20 years, @milano_alyssa has championed UNICEF's work as a UNICEF USA Ambassador," the post stated. "Alyssa, thank you for your support of children worldwide."

UNICEF USA is a non-profit organization that "fights for the survival and development of all children, in all situations, all of the time," according to its social media handle.

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Demi Lovato speaks on stage at the Teen Vogue Summit 2019 on Nov. 2, 2019 in Los Angeles. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Teen Vogue