Tuesday, September 16, 2008
So, you are Megan Fox, and no one really cares what you have to say, they just want to look at you. Face it, most guys think she is sexy as hell, although don't understand why she is dating/not dating/engaged/not engaged to Brian Austin Green.
Her GQ was going to be a big seller anyway just for the photos, but she wants people to know she is more than a pretty face, she is also willing to make up stories about loving a stripper, and trying to capture the stripper's heart. Umm, except it is all crap. In the issue of GQ out this month, Megan says that she was in love with a stripper named Nikita who worked at a strip club. She told the magazine that she bought her gifts, tried to get her to quit her line of work, and just wanted to love her and be loved back.
Such a bunch of crap. Allegedly Megan wanted her to quit stripping but would go to the club everyday and Nikita would dance to Aerosmith ballads. Uh huh. All this interview is, is an attempt to get more publicity and to make Megan a bigger sex symbol. Lets face it. If not for Transformers, no one would care about Megan Fox. I put her in the same league as Jessica Alba and for some Jessica Biel, although it remains one of the great unsolved mysteries of our time how anyone except her own parents can find Jessica Biel attractive.
The thing is Megan didn't need to make up the story. Pictures of her in a black bikini, definitely going to be a big seller. The story just makes her look desperate to please. The problem is that now people are going to continually ask her about it, and I have a feeling that she lost touch with Nikita, doesn't know Nikita's first name, can't remember how she ended up in the strip club in the first place, and maybe Nikita is even dead. A tragic death, and unrequited love.
One good thing about the interview. Megan takes a shot at Disney for sexing up their singers when they want them to sell albums while pretending to be a wholesome company. So, score one for Megan.