Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly walked the pink carpet for the premiere of the Hulu-produced documentary Machine Gun Kelly’s Life in Pink, which tells the story of the rapper’s rise to fame in recent years. The actress and rapper grabbed the spotlight for their matching outfits that channeled the trend set by Barbie and Ken.
Megan Fox flaunted her impressive figure dressed in a little pink dress with a tight cut and a bustier neckline with thin straps in a more intense shade of pink; The outfit was signed by the casual brand Nensi Dhaka, which costs 1,305 dollars. Megan Fox added a pair of pastel pink pumps with a stiletto heel and lace-wrapped ankles. She wore her new look with completely straight pink hair, while her face was defined with a layer of makeup that gave her skin a porcelain effect, metallic pink lipstick, silver shadows on the eyelids, black eyeliner, and voluminous eyelashes. Megan Fox only wore her engagement ring and small earrings, along with a fresh pastel pink manicure.
For his part, the singer wore baggy white pants, a pink top with blue asymmetric shapes, multiple pearl bracelets, a necklace, and striking rings. Like his girlfriend, Kelly dyed his hair hot pink and left it parted in the middle with slightly wavy locks.
A couple of the moment paraded in front of the cameras inside the Zero Bond, located in New York City, after which they approached fans who were waiting for them in the surroundings. The new documentary by Kelly Life in Pink, whose real name is Colson Baker, tells the story of the star and his path to international fame in recent years, working with other celebrities, world tours, award ceremonies, and his relationship with the Transformers star.
He also gives a more intimate glimpse of his life off-camera and reveals that he attempted suicide during a call with Megan, who was shooting a movie at the time. “I wouldn’t leave my room and it started to get very, very, very dark. Megan went to Bulgaria to shoot a movie and I started to feel wild paranoia,” said the singer.
“I called Megan. I was like, ‘You’re not here with me. I’m in my room and I’m going crazy.” he added that she put a shotgun in her mouth about to pull the trigger. His dark moment, as he describes it, happened after his father’s death in July 2020, when depression and drug fallout were peaking. In the documentary, he narrates that Megan and his daughter Casie Baker helped him overcome this trauma and forced him to give up drugs. Likewise, he described the actress as “his sun” by becoming his guide to recovery and his main support.