Actress Megan Fox recently shared a heartbreaking story in an interview with Good Morning America on November 7, 2023 (via USA Today). On Tuesday, the Transformer star opened up about her miscarriage when she was 10 weeks pregnant with her fourth child.
In the sit-down interview with Kayna Whitworth about her first-ever poetry book, Pretty Boys Are Poisonous, Megan Fox opened up about the loss that she and her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly suffered. In the interview, she stated, “I had never been through anything like that before in my life.”
Fox went on to talk about how she and her fiancé had a tough time trying to come to terms with their loss. She further elucidated that the couple took a “wild journey together and separately”, coping with the grief of losing their baby girl.
Fox Opens up About Her Pain in Pretty Boys Are Poisonous
The 37-year-old actress recounted her devastating journey in two poems featured in her new poetry book, which has more than 70 poems beautifully articulating her “emotional, mental and physical abuse.”
In the poem about her miscarriage, Fox wrote, “I want to hold your hand / hear your laugh … but now / I have to say / goodbye. As they rip you from my insides / I will pay any price / Tell me please / What is the ransom / For her soul?”
In the one-on-one, Megan Fox also admitted that it was her rockstar beau, Machine Gun Kelly, who encouraged her to write the book and narrate her ordeal. In her poem, “To Marry an Arsonist”, she has even touched upon her “twin flame,” as Fox lovingly calls her fiancé.
Megan Fox’s Relationships
Although the book is based on her real-life experience, where she opens up about her previous abusive relationships, Fox clarified that her poetry book is not an exposé. In the interview, she further revealed that some of her poems didn’t even make it to the book, as they were very revealing and the actress believed they were “maybe for God’s eyes only.”
With this book, Fox hopes to “inspire others to take back their happiness and their identity…using their voice to illuminate what’s been buried, but not forgotten, in the darkness.”