More Megan Fox?! Yes, more Megan Fox. (Maybe we should reconsider the underexposed argument?)
So the Jennifer's Body actress seems to have moved on to a new schtick. No more talk of bisexuality and crushes on strippers. Fall 2009 is all about how crazy and self-destructive Megan thinks she is.
She recently told Wonderland magazine that she has a borderline personality and mild schizophrenia. Don't worry, though, our Answer B!tch looked into that. Megs is fine.
But she has some new stories of crazy she'd like to share in the latest issue of Rolling Stone. First up, sometimes she wants to stab Brian Austin Green:
"I've had to say to Brian, 'You have to go and stop talking to me, because I'm going to kill you. I'm going to stab you with something. Please leave.' I'd never own a gun for that reason. I wouldn't shoot to kill. But I would shoot him in the leg, for sure."
And that's not all she has to say, Megan offers even more supporting evidence of her new self-diagnosed craziness. For example, she hates herself.
"I'm really insecure about everything. I never think I'm worthy of anything...I have a sick feeling of being mocked all the time. I have a lot of self-loathing. Self-loathing doesn't keep me from being happy. But that doesn't mean I don't struggle. I am very vulnerable. But I can be aggressive, hurtful, domineering and selfish, too. I'm emotionally unpredictable and all over the place. I'm a control freak."
One time she tried out cutting to deal with the self-loathing, but it just wasn't her thing:
"But I don't want to elaborate. I would never call myself a cutter. Girls go through different phases when they're growing up, when they're miserable and do different things, whether it's an eating disorder or they dabble in cutting."
Way to also bring up eating disorders in there. Turns out Megan may or may not have had one:
"If I did talk about it, I'd be taking on a role-model status, and I'd have to choose my words very carefully, and I'd have to make sure I reveal it in a specific way, and I don't want to do it."
Good work, save that for another magazine. "Megan Fox: How I Overcame My Eating Disorder" is not a headline that belongs on Rolling Stone. Oh, and we almost forgot Megan's other favorite thing to talk about lately: vagina power.
On that topic, she mentions having "a powerful, confident vagina. Men are scared of vaginas. [A woman is most powerful when she is] completely in charge of her sexuality."
And look, we even get an illustration of what it means to have a powerful, confident vagina:
That is all the Megan Fox torture we will subject you to today. Her movie comes out this Friday, which hopefully means we're nearing the end of Megan Fox overload.
Get more crazy (courtesy of Lady Gaga) in our Fashion Week gallery.