Machine Gun Kelly says he will 'always collaborate' with fiancée Megan Fox... after the two teamed up for Good Mourning film
They met while working together on the movie Midnight In The Switchgrass.
And 32-year-old Machine Gun Kelly says he and 35-year-old fiancée Megan Fox will 'always collaborate' as their relationship continues to blossom.
On Thursday night the lovebirds walked the red carpet of their latest project together, the film Good Mourning.
Lifelong partners: Machine Gun Kelly says he and fiancée Megan Fox will 'always collaborate' as their relationship continues to blossom; seen on Thursday in West Hollywood
While speaking to People MGK - real name Colson Baker - gushed, 'I'll always collaborate with Megan. I'm madly in love with her — and I'm also a fan.'
The music artist co-directed and co-wrote Good Mourning with fellow musician Mod Sun.
When it came to directing Megan he added, 'She didn't let me lead her character too much in any direction.
'She was like "I got this. I understand what this character is." She improvised and brought Kennedy to life, and I've heard a lot of people say that that's their favorite character in the movie,' he noted.
In love: On Thursday night the lovebirds, 32 and 35, walked the red carpet of their latest project together, the film Good Mourning
In the upcoming feature Baker portrays London Clash, who's put in the position to choose between love and a movie role.
Also starring in the film are Becky G, Dove Cameron, Pete Davidson, and Whitney Cummings.
Art somewhat imitated life as filming got underway, although Megan doesn't play MGK's love interest in the flick.
'Every line that people wanted to keep in the editing station that [Megan] had said was stuff that she actually had said to me in real life,' Colson revealed. 'She was like, "You're 30. It's time to grow up."'
Hot: Fox looked every bit the busty bombshell in a curve-clinging strapless gown covered in sparkly pink rhinestones
Make a sparkling statement like Megan in Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini
Forget classic black and racy red, if you want to stand out from the crowd, think pink! Case in point: Megan Fox wearing Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini.
The custom-made design is defined by a sweetheart neckline, figure-hugging fit and thigh-flashing slit. In case that wasn't enough, it’s also showered in sparkling Swarovski crystals! Yes, our jaws dropped too. Stylist Maeve Reilly has completed the look with Andrea Wazen platforms.
We’ve previously spotted Pixie Lott and Josephine Skriver wearing the same dress back in 2019!
And although we mere mortals can’t shop the dress for ourselves, you can replicate the look with a sparkling style from the carousel.
For the event Fox looked every bit the busty bombshell in a curve-clinging strapless gown covered in sparkly pink rhinestones.
Megan was able to show off her sky-high platform heels through her gown's daring thigh-high slit.
The mother-of-three's lengthy raven hair was swept over one shoulder and styled in loose, uniform curls that cascaded down her chest.
MGK rocked a satin magenta suit boasting a vibrant red rose pattern throughout.
His pants had a slight flare to them and he layered his suit jacket over a mock neck top of the same pattern.
Collaborators: The music artist co-directed and co-wrote Good Mourning with fellow musician Mod Sun
Machine Gun Kelly and Megan's love story began in May 2020, following the actress' divorce from her husband of a decade, Brian Austin Green.
After less than two years of dating, MGK got down on one knee in January and asked Megan for her hand in marriage.
Last month Fox took to Instagram to wish her soon-to-be husband a heartfelt happy birthday.
'You’re such a gorgeous soul,' she said in part. 'I’m honored to love you and to be the recipient of your love. Happy Birthday love of my life.'
Romantic: Last month Fox took to Instagram to wish her soon-to-be husband a heartfelt happy birthday