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How do we feel about corsets? Burlesque performers, like our girl Dita Von Teese, can wear a corset and look damn hot doing it. But on the other end of the spectrum, there’s those frightening women who mush their organs together inside tight corsets, gunning for a six-inch waist. Chicks like that have got some serious ish.
Somewhere in the middle is Megan Fox in “Jonah Hex,” which looks likes it’s set in the Wild West and calls for her to wear an old-timey corset and bustle. Fox recently spoke with InStyle magazine about how the “Jonah Hex” wardrobe department snapped her into corsets to get her waist down to 18 inches, which “would leave these deep grooves, these deep indents from the boning in the corsets, for the whole next day.” Ew, right? Keep reading »
I don’t think Megan Fox’s career has been going too well since she was fired from “Transformers 3.” She’s no longer in the rags every day and she’s desperately trying to drum up business. The girl needs help. But I know what’s not going to help. Getting a weird tattoo. Megan recently got some new ink in honor of Mickey Rourke, her co-star in the movie “Passion Play.” It’s a Nietzche quote across her ribs that says, “Those who danced were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” OK, we get it. You’re really insane like Marilyn Monroe and Mickey Rourke and you need work, stat. After the jump, eight better ideas for how Megan can save her career. [Dlisted] Keep reading »
“In the past, I’ve been reluctant to share any bits of truth about myself or to really let people in on my reality … so I have said some things to throw people off the scent of what’s really going on in my life. So I have sort of aided the media in printing these misconceptions, which I regret.”
Hair is a big deal in Hollywood, and if we listen to the rumors on RadarOnline.com, Megan Fox may have lost her role in “Transformers 3” due to a home hair-coloring mishap. Megan supposedly tried to dye her hair black the day before meeting with Paramount studio execs. Her locks apparently looked so bad that they sent her to Sally Hershberger’s Los Angeles salon, where five people worked on Megan’s hair after opening the salon especially for her. “It cost the studio thousands of dollars to transform her black hair to minky brown,” said a source. “In Hollywood, a box hair color can ruin a career.” This seems a bit harsh and dramatic to us, considering that hair colors and styles aren’t too difficult to change, but that’s Hollywood for ya! Have you ever had a disastrous at-home hair-coloring experience? [RadarOnline.com] Keep reading »