Megan Fox Wanted To Die of Humiliation After Being “Forced” To Watch a Decades-Old Interview of Herself

Megan Fox prefers death over watching her old interviews.

Megan Fox Wanted To Die of Humiliation After Being “Forced” To Watch a Decades-Old Interview of Herself
Advertisement

Megan Fox couldn’t stop hating herself after watching her old interviews. When the actress was forced to watch her old interviews for ET, she claimed to be humiliated and even wanted to die. The Transformers actress went a bit too harsh on herself and badly judged how she used to present herself publicly during her early days in the industry.

Featured Video
Megan Fox 2 Transformers
Megan Fox in Transformers

Stardom changes several prominent things among celebrities. That appears to be true for Megan Fox, who is not fond of the way she presented herself in interviews earlier. Fox wasn’t a fan of her younger self’s way of presentation in interviews and claimed that she wanted someone to “kill her immediately.” From the way she talked to her eyebrows, Fox seemingly hated every aspect of how she carried herself.

Advertisement

Also Read: “I don’t want to do it”: Megan Fox Turned Down Wonder Woman Role For a Surprising Reason Before Gal Gadot Joined the DCEU

Megan Fox didn’t want to check out her old interviews

Megan Fox
Megan Fox as Mikaela Banes

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Megan Fox could not hide her embarrassment after being forced to check out her old interviews. The 37-year-old actress was not at all comfortable to see how she handled herself in her interviews earlier. Seeing her very first public interaction for 2004’s Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, she judged her outfit very badly.

Advertisement

Megan Fox not only regretted the dress she was wearing for the interview but also criticized a specific necklace she wore. However, the most prominent issue for her was the voice. The Jennifer’s Body actress claimed that it was scary how she still sounded like her old self- “I don’t sound more mature or womanly at all”. 

Advertisement

Going forward in the interview, after spotting one of her old junkets with her Transformers co-star Shia LaBeouf, Fox revealed that she loved working with LaBeouf. She added that she was thankful for being included in the press interactions alongside the Sam Witwicky fame. Megan Fox was not shy to admit that he was one of her favorite people and she had a lot of fun with him.

Later while reacting to her old interview clips, the mother-to-two admitted that often she had to face questions that she simply did not know how to answer.

Advertisement

Also Read: “I was not underaged at the time”: Megan Fox Nearly Got Michael Bay Canceled, Then Went Back on Her Own Words

Jennifer’s Body is a good representation of Megan Fox’s character

Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried in Jennifer's Body
Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried in Jennifer’s Body

Megan Fox recently revealed many never-heard-before details in a recent interview with WWD. According to the Expend4bles actress, Jennifer’s Body demonic character is a good representation of who she is.

Advertisement

“I feel like that’s such a good representation of who I am in general. And before she was turned into a demon and she became this Goth icon, [Jennifer] was this poppy, typical cheerleader, Forever 21 girl. She was that typical girl who then there was this other side to her where she became the sort of demon sorceress. And I am both of those things, and I always have been.”

The 2009 horror-comedy has been one of the most significant movies in her career. Although the Karyn Kusama directorial wasn’t a major box office grosser and received extremely mixed reviews, the movie turned out to be a cult classic going forward. It has been also regarded as an important feminist classic.

Also Read: “It felt a little unjust”: Jennifer’s Body Star Blames Marketing Team for Ruining Cult-Classic Movie, Claims Depended Too Much on Megan Fox’s S*x Appeal to Attract Wrong Audience Instead

Advertisement

Avatar

Written by Subham Mandal

Subham Mandal is currently working as a content writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. He has written more than 900 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.