Megan Fox, Interview Magazine

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We've always been able to count on Megan Fox to say something really dumb, and that's kind of one of her best qualities. What would we do if there weren't so many pretty people saying so many ridiculous things?!

But now Megs would like to offer an explanation for all that stupid stuff she's spewed over the past few years. See, this was all part of her plan. At least that's how she tries to spin it to Zach Galifianakis in the June issue of Interview...

(Wait a second! How did Zach Galifianakis get dragged into this whole mess?! Shouldn't he be off doing more important things like being awesome? Instead he's sitting around, asking Megan Fox if she ever feels like a Hollywood tool. What a weird world...)

For the record, she does not feel like a Hollywood tool because she's not "pretentious enough" to think about that. But she will comment on her own press even though she clearly states she doesn't read her own press.

"I don't want to open my mouth or speak anymore, because everything I say becomes scandalous. It wears you out. So I'm a bit jaded," she says.

Megan Fox, Interview Magazine

Craig Mcdean / Interview Magazine

And while that sounds like she's blaming everything on the press, she does take some responsibility.

"I do feel like, if anything, I've sort of made it worse...So I have sort of aided the media in printing these misconceptions, which I regret. I've just come to the realization at this point that if I don't feel like sharing, then I'm just not going to share. But I'm not going to go out of my way to mislead people or keep them at a distance, because that doesn't really get me anywhere either."

All right, Megs, we'll let you keep this defense, mostly because it's better than that other one of "girls hate me because I'm hot." Good luck with Jonah Hex. It looks great!

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Enough of Megan Fox, let's just look at some pretty dresses. Take it away, Fashion Police!

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