Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly Engagement Announcement: ‘I Said Yes and We Drank Each Other’s Blood’
In a viral Instagram “post”, the actress recounts how the statement was and that, despite the difficulties their relationship has been through, the two are “drunk with love”.
“I said yes…and then we drank each other’s blood.” With this sentence, actress Megan Fox ended the text that accompanies the Instagram post where she recounts in detail the proposal of her boyfriend, singer Machine Gun Kelly, last Tuesday, January 11, in Puerto Rico. The interpreter of Transformers explains how, despite having gone through many difficulties, “hell” comes to call him, in the year and a half of relationship they have lived, both are “drunk with love and of karma” and that they decided to get married.
“At some point, a year and a half later, after going through hell together and laughing more than I could have imagined, he asked me to marry him,” says Fox, who acknowledges : “We were oblivious to the pain we would face in such a short and frenetic period of time. We were unaware of the work and the sacrifices that a relationship would require from us, but we were drunk with love. She also explained that it was in this same tree that their relationship began: “In July 2020, we sat under this banyan tree. We ask for magic,” the actress wrote.
Of the nearly 40,000 comments the post has racked up in its first 10 hours, many are precisely questioning whether the issue of blood drinking is figurative or literal. At this time, there are no images of this fluid exchange. But it’s true that in May 2021, Kelly said she wore a pendant with a few drops of Fox’s blood around her neck, a Valentine’s Day gift. “Some people give their partner a tissue, or whatever. She gave me her DNA,” she said on the Ellen DeGeneres show.
Over the past year and a half, actress Megan Fox and singer Machine Gun Kelly have become one of the most watched couples in show business. Their intense displays of love on their social media and red carpets, their intense photoshoots together (like the one they did for GQ magazine, where she posed almost naked, sitting, with a gun to her genitals), along with their spectacular looks, they have become the object of all eyes. Today, less than two years after meeting, the couple publicly announced that they are engaged.
The Transformers singer, 35, was surprised by the 31-year-old Texas musician — real name Colson Baker — during a trip to Puerto Rico; the very traditional request for a helping hand took place at the gates of the spa of the Ritz hotel where they were staying. The couple met in March 2020, while filming the film Midnight in the Switchgrass, in which she starred alongside Bruce Willis, but it was there in July 2020 that she began her love affair. ‘love.
The Houston musician also posted footage to his social media, but instead of the full request (recorded by various cameras, apparently unseen by Fox), he did it hand-in-hand with the ring-wearing actress that he designed with the London Jeweler Stephen Webster, a piece with two precious stones, a large diamond and an emerald. “Yes, in this lifetime and in all lifetimes,” Kelly begins in her text. “Between the same branches where we fell in love, I brought her back to ask her to marry me. I know tradition is one ring, but I designed it with Stephen Webster to be two: the emerald (her birthstone) and the diamond (my birthstone) placed on two magnetic strips of thorns that together form the two halves of the same soul, giving shape to the dark heart that is our love”.
The request took place on Tuesday and it is not known when the wedding will take place. It would be the first for the musician, who has a 13-year-old daughter named Casie, with his teenage girlfriend, Emma Canon. The girl was born when Kelly was just 18, before she started her career as a musician, and it’s common to see them together at galas, awards shows, trips, or just on vacation or skateboarding. For her part, Fox was married to actor Brian Austin Green, 48, well known for his role as David Silver in the 1990s series Beverly Hills 90210. The couple met in 2004, got engaged in 2006 and they separated in 2009, to resume their relationship a few months later and finally married in June 2010. They separated in 2015 but quickly got back together, until announcing their last goodbye in mid-2020, shortly after this filming of Midnight in the Switchgrass in Puerto Rich. They have three children together: Noah (born September 2012, age nine); Bodhi (out of seven) and Journey (out of five).