The Halloween transformation of Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly



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The Halloween transformation of Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly

Hollywood actress Megan Fox is known as one of the s*xiest women in the world, and on the occasion of Halloween, she decided to raise her s*xiness to a new level. Megan Fox together with her fiance Machine Gun Kelly delighted with the transformation for Halloween, and they found inspiration for their costumes in the former Hollywood couple - Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.

In these editions, the actress and her loved ones recreated some iconic photos of the scandalous couple, which she boasted about on her Instagram profile. Followers noticed in the comments that Megan looks beautiful even as a blonde, and they also agreed that Kelly's black hair looks great.

Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee

The pair went back to the '90s as they impersonated Pamela and Tommy Lee on the red carpet at the Casamigos Tequila Halloween Party in Beverly Hills on Friday.

They copied the former couple's look from the 1995 opening of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, with Fox, 36, wearing a latex mini dress with a sweetheart neckline.

She completely devoted herself to a striking look with a wig, lined lips, bigger nails, and a tanned complexion.

Machine Gun Kelly copied the drummer's look in a white tank top showing off his tattoos and black leather pants and black eyeliner. Fox and Kelly are often the targets of the paparazzi, who follow them closely, and they attract attention precisely because of their loose behavior in public, as well as their peculiar fashion combinations.

They reportedly fell in love at first sight while filming "Midnight in the Switchgrass" together, and she filed for divorce from actor Brian Austin Green, with whom she has three children, soon after. The costume wasn't the first time this year that someone copied Anderson and Lee's look.

The former couple was portrayed by Lily James and Sebastian Stan on Hulu's "Pam & Tommy," recounting how their intimate footage was infamously stolen in 1995.