How Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly Feel About Getting Married

"It's nothing less than true romance," rapper and singer Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) insisted in his 2020-released single "Bloody Valentine." Could MGK have been referring to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows star Megan Fox? The actor, who appeared in the song's music video as Kelly's love interest in May 2020, was rumored to have also begun dating the musician that same month (if not before), according to photos shared by the Daily Mail in which the pair was spotted getting takeout together in his car.

One month earlier, rumors had surfaced in April 2020 that Fox and her then-husband, actor Brian Austin Green, were self-isolating separately during the coronavirus pandemic and, as People reported, spotted sans wedding rings. Green confirmed on a May 18, 2020, episode of his podcast, ...With Brian Austin Green that he and Fox had separated. "Since the end of last year, we've really been trying to be apart and figure out what life is now. It's a big change for both of us," Green revealed, adding that no third party was to blame for the rift that had grown between the pair.

Now that court documents show Fox officially filed for divorce from Green on Nov. 25, 2020, could marriage be possible for her and MGK? Read on to find out how the couple feels about a possible marital union.

Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are heating up

Machine Gun Kelly might soon be doing more than simply calling Megan Fox "my girlfriend," as his song "Bloody Valentine"'s chorus goes. A source told Hollywood Life in January 2021 that the Transformers star and Kelly are "getting serious" and open to the idea of tying the knot. The source added that Fox's own friends not only approve of MGK as a partner but also wouldn't mind if the Project Power star was to become Fox's second husband. "MGK is the kind of guy that Megan's friends definitely see her with permanently again," the insider reportedly told Hollywood Life.

In July 2020, Fox herself described Kelly as her "twin flame" in a joint cast interview on Lala Kent and Randall Emmett's podcast, Give Them Lala ... With Randall, for the Emmett-directed film Midnight in the Switchgrass. "We're actually two halves of the same soul, I think," Fox gushed. "And I said that to him almost immediately, because I felt it right away." MGK returned Fox's affection in kind when he made their relationship Instagram-official on July 28, 2020, with a black-and-white mirror selfie of the embracing couple accompanied with the caption, "waited for eternity to find you again."

With these passionate pronouncements of love, it seems as if Fox and Kelly's romance has gotten off to a solid start, regardless of wedding bells ringing in the future (or not).