What Machine Gun Kelly stated when he was requested if he and Megan Fox would ever elope

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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly attend the premiere of his movie

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly attend the premiere of his film “Good Mourning” on May 12 on the London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills resort in West Hollywood, Calif. (Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

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Don’t be shocked if Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox elope to Las Vegas; The rapper is not ruling it out.

At Thursday night time’s premiere of his new film, Good Mourning, Kelly was requested whether or not he and his actress fiancée would ever contemplate swapping vows in Sin City, like their associates Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian.

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“I want to kind of just let, let the world see that as it comes,” he instructed Extra.

Kelly, who started courting Fox in May 2020 and proposed to her in January, has beforehand laid out a a lot completely different imaginative and prescient for the nuptials, one thing gothic with a “red river.”

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At the premiere, Kelly, who posed alongside Fox on the pink carpet, defined that she was his inspiration for the challenge, which he seems in and in addition co-wrote and co-directed with musician Mod Sun. The stoner comedy is a couple of film star who has to decide on between love and a life-changing job.

“I wrote the movie for her because … she was … unknowingly the cause of the spiral. She sent me a text just like in the movie. … He spirals over a text that he doesn’t really understand and he can’t get a hold of her, and that was what was happening to me,” stated Kelly, whose actual identify is Colson Baker. “And so, you know, I had written so many songs and done all these other outlets that I was familiar with and I was, like, spiraling so hard, I needed somewhere else to go with it. I was like, ‘I’m just gonna write a movie.’”

So, after all, Fox additionally seems within the film, which co-stars Saturday Night Live‘s Pete Davidson and comic Whitney Cummings. And Kelly actually loved directing her.

“I just think she’s comedically genius,” he instructed ET. “I think she’s so underrated as a comedic actor and just as an actor who can adapt to different faces and phases, so, it was an honor.”


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