Cutest moments: Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are the perfect match
So what if Megan Fox & Machine Gun Kelly are anti-maskers . . . we still love them anyway!
It’s a bizarre relationship that can only be compared to the likes of Mila Kunis & Macaulay Culkin or Tom Cruise & Cher, as Transformers star Megan Fox & Machine Gun Kelly made their love official to the world after the release of Kelly’s hit single, “Bloody Valentine” in 2020. It’s an odd pairing, given the age difference as well as their, how can we put this delicately . . . style?
Regardless, Megan Fox & Machine Gun Kelly have given hope to many lovebirds who are looking to find their one & only, which is why we’re obsessed with the couple’s PDA and everything that’s come out of their relationship. Thank God it doesn’t involve a film that highlights their “acting” abilities, though. Oh, wait . . .
Combining all the feels of a “girl next door” with a rebellious twist, 34-year-old Megan fox first broke out onto the scene on shows like What I Like About You & Two and a Half Men. She even made an appearance in everybody’s favorite straight-to-home-video film starring the Olsen twins, Holiday in the Sun.
However, it was Michael Bay’s 2007 blockbuster hit Transformers that really helped launch Megan Fox’s career, helping land this star future roles in films like Jennifer’s Body, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, as well as a role on the hit series New Girl.
Over the years, Megan Fox has been linked to numerous celebs, including Shia LaBeouf, David Gallagher, as well as an on-and-off relationship with Brian Austin Green, which even ended with an engagement that has since been called off.
Machine Gun Kelly
Thirty year old Colson Baker, known to his fans by his stage name “Machine Gun Kelly”, was born on April 22nd, 1990, and has released five studio albums, starting with Lace Up in 2012.
This tall glass of water famously got into a feud with rap icon Eminem a few years back, exchanging diss tracks that poked fun at each other. Luckily, this feud was more humorous than anything, and not your standard East Coast vs. West Coast rap feud of the 1990s.
Machine Gun Kelly went on to also grow as an actor, appearing in small roles in projects such as Netflix’s Bird Box, as well as 2020’s The King of Staten Island, starring his real-life good friend Pete Davidson.
Machine Gun Kelly & Megan Fox first met on the set of Midnight in the Switchgrass last March, a 2020 film that eventually delayed production due to the current global pandemic. However, this didn’t stop the pair from hanging out, as well as being spotted in multiple tabloids. This, paired with the fact that Megan Fox publicly announced her breakup with Brian Austin Green, led fans to speculate if a new romance was brewing.
When Machine Gun Kelly’s “My Bloody Valentine” music video dropped last June, which features a sexy Megan Fox, it was all but confirmed that both Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox were finally coming out as a new couple.
In the music video, Fox allegedly caved into Machine Gun Kelly’s foot fetish, knowing that he’d ask her to do something with her bare feet. She, without knowing for sure, got a pedicure the day of filming in which Machine Gun Kelly, inevitably, asked if she could step on his face for one of the scenes. That’s love . . . we think?
Fox told reporters last June that she believed that both her and Kelly were “Two halves of the same soul,” proving why the two seem to be such a perfect fit for one another. She also spoke on how he would wait outside of his trailer during the production of their film last March, just to catch a single glimpse of her, hoping that they would make eye contact. Ok, that is kind of cute. Oh, wait . . . it’s 2021. Maybe it’s creepy, now?
Last October, Machine Gun Kelly told NME that falling in love with Megan Fox made him a better person, and how that the “universe caught on” to him wanting to make a change.
Fox, in a later interview with Nylon, said that loving Kelly was like “loving a tsunami or forest fire”, and how the “intensity of merging with him is just overwhelming”. Kids today, man. The weird yet cute s#!+ they’ll say about one another.