Megan Fox Asks Machine Gun Kelly to "Get Me Pregnant"

Megan Fox told Machine Gun Kelly he has two options: "Kill me or get me pregnant." Read her message to her "devastatingly handsome" fiancé.

By Kelly Gilmore Oct 28, 2022 2:28 AMTags
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Megan Fox's latest request is emo-girl approved.

The Jennifer's Body actress recently took to Machine Gun Kelly's Instagram comment section to show her fiancé some love—and to pitch the idea of making a baby.

"Never has anyone with better bone structure walked this earth," Megan wrote under MGK's Oct. 26 Instagram post. "Exquisitely, devastatingly handsome. And 6 foot 5? Kill me or get me pregnant. Those are the only options."

Megan's thumb-stopping message was placed under a snap of MGK at the TIME 100 Next Gala in New York City on Oct. 25. For that event, MGK, real name Colson Baker, sported a sheer body corset paired with black patent leather pants. Meanwhile, Megan wore a gold Maison Yeya gown.

Megan's nod towards expanding their family comes after Machine Gun Kelly turned heads at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards, when halfway through his performance of a song, he announced, "this is for our unborn child."

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It seems Megan, who got engaged to MGK in January, has babies on the brain—in more ways than you'd think. In an exclusive July interview with E! News, the 36-year-old shared that she once inquired about MGK's own experience as a baby by asking, "Were you breastfed by your mother?"

Now, there's a reason for this. Megan explained that it's a "great question" to ask because it can tell you a lot about someone. "It has a lot to do with your psychology and your temperament," she said. "So I ask things like that."


For Megan, it's important that questions "go deep right away" so she can absorb more information about a person.

"If you know me and I know you," she said, "it's impossible for me to not know almost everything about you."

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