At the NBA All-Star Game over the weekend, Megan Fox shrugged off being mistaken for Machine Gun Kelly’s wife.
A pleasant blunder? Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly haven’t been married yet, yet they’ve already been dubbed husband and wife.
“Please welcome Machine Gun Kelly and his wife, actress Megan Fox,” the announcer said on the jumbotron during the NBA All-Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio, on Sunday, February 20. The Jennifer’s Body actress laughed it off before leaning in and seemed to remind the performer that she isn’t yet his wife.
“Please welcome Machine Gun Kelly and his wife, actress Megan Fox,” an announcer remarked as they sat courtside in Cleveland on Sunday.
The “Transformers” actress, 35, smiled and chuckled at her rocker fiancé, 31, before whispering something in his ear.
Fox looked stunning in an orange snakeskin-print pantsuit with a black bralette that revealed her cleavage.
She finished the ensemble with a new neon green manicure and bright orange pumps and a matching purse.
The blunder occurred just one month after the couple announced their engagement.
“We sat under this banyan tree in July of 2020. Last month, the actress captioned an Instagram video of the proposal, “We asked for magic.” “We had no idea how much suffering we’d be in together in such a short amount of time.” We were unaware of the work and sacrifices that the partnership would entail, but we were intoxicated by the love. And there’s the karma.”
“Somehow, a year and a half later, after walking through hell together and laughing more than I ever believed possible, he asked me to marry him,” she continued. And, as in every previous existence and every future lifetime, I answered yes… and then we drank each other’s blood on November 11, 22.”
While wearing a bejeweled gray sweater and jeans, MGK, an Ohio native, introduced one of the teams.
He wore silver dagger earrings and a diamond Dolce & Gabbana lip cuff, among other pieces of jewelry.
The performance took place less than two months after the musician proposed to Fox at the Ritz-Carlton in Puerto Rico.
“We sat under this banyan tree in July of 2020,” Fox wrote in a lengthy caption announcing the engagement. “We requested magic. We had no idea how much suffering we’d be in together in such a short amount of time.”
MGK proposed earlier this year, although they have not yet married.
“Somehow a year and a half later, after walking through hell together and laughing more than I ever believed possible, he asked me to marry him,” she continued. And, just like every other lifetime before this one, and every lifetime after that, I answered yes… and then we drank each other’s blood.”
She was previously married to Brian Austin Green of “Beverly Hills, 90210,” who is currently expecting a kid with Sharna Burgess.
“Brian is a committed dad and will be fantastic with a new baby,” a source close to Fox told E! News, adding, “Brian is a devoted dad and will be terrific with a new baby.””
“She’s excited for her children to have a new sibling,” the source stated. “And is aware that they are enthusiastic about it.” She thinks it’s fantastic and wishes Brian the best.”
Fox’s divorce from Green was finalized shortly after their engagement, according to Us Weekly. For his part, the Dancing With the Stars alum has moved on with Sharna Burgess. The couple, who began dating in October 2020, recently announced that they are expecting their first child together.
Fox already has three sons with the Anger Management alum: Noah, 9, Bodhi, 7, and Journey, 5. He and his ex-wife Vanessa Marcil have a 19-year-old son named Kassius.