Megan Fox leaned into hot-girl summer last night when she stepped out in a nude corset dress alongside her boyfriend of over a year and beloved “twin flame” Machine Gun Kelly at the UFC match and grand opening of Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas.
Kelly was visibly very into Fox’s look when they posed at Delilah. Kelly had a fashion moment himself, pairing a jewel-embellished bomber jacket with a black beanie, white choker, black turtleneck, and dark pants.
Fox and Kelly’s Vegas date night comes just days after Fox’s InStyle interview came out. Both she and Kelly spoke about their relationship. Kelly had deep, adoring things to say about Fox when asked what she was like.
“She’s like the earth,” he started. “When it’s summer, it’s the hottest summer. When it’s winter, it’s the most amazing chill. In the fall and spring, it’s a beautiful transition. She is unlike any person I have ever met in my life.”
“I just want people to understand this is real,” he continued. “I don’t think people get the opportunity to believe in real, great love, and that’s what we have together.” Kelly added that he and Fox are committed to each other on a “different level.”
Fox said “literally everything exploded” when she met Kelly. Their romance came months after she changed the way she lived her life following an epiphany she had one night, watching her 2010 film Jonah Hex while she was away filming Rogue in South Africa.
“I had this incredible breakthrough, and I realized that I had been living in a self-imposed prison for so long because I let other people tell me who I was or what I wasn’t,” she said. “I hid because I was hurt. That night, I stayed up and promised myself that I would never live one more day of my life from fear. I came home, and my whole life changed. I got a divorce and I started working more and doing more things. I ended up meeting Colson [Baker, Machine Gun Kelly’s real name], and then literally everything exploded from there.”
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