Megan Fox on snubbing boy’s rose: ‘I feel so sad for him. That’s terrible’


Megan Fox has apologized to the boy she snubbed who was trying to hand her a yellow rose. A picture has been making the rounds that shows a disappointed boy reaching out with a rose for Fox at the London premiere of Transformers as she curls her face in disgust and rushes along. Fox says that she didn’t see that he was a child in all the commotion and feels bad that she didn’t accept the rose. She says this in a taped interview (above) in a kind of monotone voice at first while she’s rubbing her nose and it comes across as insincere. To her credit she then offers to send the boy an apology, though.

At the June 15 London premiere of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Fox ignored a young boy as he desperately tried to give her a yellow rose. (“Even the flower is wilting with sadness!” sniped blogger Perez Hilton.)

After seeing the photos of the boy’s sad face, Fox tells, “I feel so sad for him. That’s so terrible. That kills me.”

She insists she didn’t realize it was a child handing her the flower.

“There were, like, 80 million people everywhere. It’s dark, all I see are flashes,” she says. “Everyone’s yelling different things … and I didn’t know that was happening.”

The star is promising to make things right with the boy.

“If you know his name, I will send him a personal apology,” she says. “I’m horrified. I would never do that.”

“I’m sorry, sweet boy,” she goes on. “I would never do that to you, and I would gladly accept your rose if I see you again.”

[From US Weekly]

Megan Fox is a twit, but she’s doing the right thing by apologizing. You can’t really blame her for moving on when people are screaming at her and there are flashes going off. She doesn’t say she didn’t see the rose, but that she didn’t know a kid was trying to hand it to her. Whatever, at least she’s sorry about it. She can’t use the “I didn’t know” excuse for all the mean things she’s said over the past month, though. What could she say – “I feel so badly that I maligned gays and lesbians. I got confused, and didn’t know that the words would come out of my mouth in that order.”

Megan Fox is shown at the LA premiere of Transformers yesterday. Credit: and Juan Rico/Fame Pictures. The photos of the boy trying to hand her the rose are from the London premiere on 6/15/09. Credit:

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  1. Best of British says:

    That’s nice that she’s making amends. That will have made that little boy’s day to hear her apology, just for him. Good girl.

  2. barneslr says:

    I guess I can understand how overwhelming it must be to have flashes going off in your face nonstop and people hollering and just the general commotion that must have been going on around her. I really dislike this self-absorbed twit, but if she is willing to make it right with this kid, I’d give her a pass on this one.

  3. Aud says:

    As much as I can’t stand this woman, I can def see her telling the truth on this one. I hope he sees that interview, I’m sure he was crushed and that apology will go a long way.

  4. Cinderella says:

    Hope the boy feels better about the apology. Now Megan Fox should take a vow of silence for at least the next month.

  5. ash says:

    that was nice of her. love the white dress

  6. Tazina says:

    That wasn’t her fault. The flashing lights, the yelling, the distractions. How could she even focus on anything in that madness? The boy would be thrilled if she sent him a signed photo of herself.

  7. Rosanna says:

    She’s growing on me 🙂

  8. Bob says:

    A year from now when no one remembers who the heck Megan Fox is, she’ll marry this boy for his paper route money.

  9. morgs says:

    she’ll probably make it up to him with a lap dance.

    That picture is priceless. He looks like an 80’s movie character.

  10. Christina X says:

    I watched the video, and couldn’t even finish watching it.

    I advise her to make a little more use of acting lessons just in case something like this happens again. Her “apology” seemed insincere to me. Maybe she should learn how to convey more emotion…after all, her looks can’t make up for her poorly delivered public apologies.