Hollywood Hottie: Megan Fox
Bombshell Megan Fox told the March issue of <a href="http://www.wmagazine.com/celebrities/2010/03/megan_fox">W magazine</a> that try as she might, she doesn't look "classy" in lingerie. "There are some women you could put in underwear and photograph them, and it looks really classy and it doesn't necessarily provoke a pinup image," the 23-year-old actress and new face of Emporio Armani underwear and jeans said. "But with me, it does, immediately." Fox also calls herself maternal but says she doesn't trust other women in show biz because they are "incredibly competitive."
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Known just as much for her colorful comments as her stunning looks, actress Megan Fox
plays up both assets in the October issue of Rolling Stone magazine. The cover girl
talks about putting "boys" in their place, the power of female sexuality and her latest flick, "Jennifer's Body," which features a much-anticipated lesbian make-out scene with actress Amanda Seyfried.
Fox's purported diva-like behavior has earned her a nasty reputation
with some former coworkers. Three anonymous members of the
"Transformers 2" film crew were so perturbed that they posted a rambling
rant on the official "Transformers" Web site, according to the Daily Mail. "She was famous! She was
the next Angelina Jolie, hooray! Wait a minute, two of us worked with
Angelina -- second thought -- she's no Angelina," the crew members wrote. "You see, Angelina is a
professional. We've had the tedious experience of working with the dumb-as-a-rock Megan Fox on both 'Transformers' movies."
Fox makes it hard to look away in this photo, but "Jennifer's Body"
may make moviegoers wince. Fox's character is assaulted by a group of
Indie rockers, but she gets her revenge. Her boyfriends turn up half-eaten while the high school hottie grows more and more beautiful.
Shown with Amanda Seyfried in a scene from "Jennifer's Body," Fox said of the pair's steamy onscreen make-out session "Clearly, I can't argue that it's not gratuitous, because it is."
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