Megan Fox confirms that she had a relationship with Shia LaBeouf: ‘I love him’

Megan Fox looks Gorgeous leaving "Talk Stoop" in NYC

I’ve been gossiping professionally for so long, I remember a time when Megan Fox oversaturated the media on a daily basis – there were pap strolls and tell-all interviews and every guy seemed to have a thing for her. Then it all went away, and I think she’s mostly cool with that. Her career is different now, as evidenced by what she’s promoting these days: Travel Channel’s Legends of the Lost series. Megan has long been a fan of Travel and History Channel programming, specifically any program that delves into “ancient aliens” and “ancient mysteries that are probably alien-related.” Reportedly, Travel Channel executive Henry Schleiff is a big Megan Fox fan, and he included her in the process of making the series.

So that’s what Megan was promoting this week in New York. She’s been getting pap’d on the street as she makes her way to various media outlets for interviews. She looks good too – about nine years ago, it was like she had a new face every few months, but I think she’s stopped tweaking so much these days. Megan appeared on Watch What Happens Live last night, and she ended up confirming something most of us knew years ago: she and Shia LaBeouf had a thing while they were working on Transformers. During the Plead the Fifth segment, she was asked about Shia’s old comments that they had a thing, and Megan told Andy Cohen: “I mean I would confirm that it was romantic. I love him, I have never been really quiet about that, I love him.”

She was also asked about the worst thing she did when she fought with Brian Austin Green, and she said: “I did one time get really angry at him and wrote in Sharpie a bunch of Nietzsche poems on his wall.” Punk rock. Here’s the Plead the Fifth segment:

Here’s the part where she talks about Michael Bay and how they’re “BFFs” now, and she gets invited to his Christmas parties:

Leggy Megan Fox has lunch at Milos in NYC

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. Werq says:

    I wonder if there’s a female costar Shia did NOT hook up with (other than Mia Wasikowska who he was wooing hard until she freaked out and almost quitted that movie), that would’ve been a story, but Megan and Shia are old news…

  2. girl_ninja says:

    She does look good. Too bad she’s shackled to Vertigio Green.

    • Erinn says:

      She’s looking a bit more like herself. I still can’t get over how pretty she was before all the work. But she’s definitely eased off of it, so there’s still the hint of her old look there.

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      She looks good and I will never understand why she got work done before, she did not need it. Girl is a natural beauty.

      She seems like a nice person, not the best actress but girl has hustle.

  3. Case says:

    I really like Megan. I think her relationship with Green has always sounded like a childish, violent mess, but on her own she seems cool.

  4. Cindy says:

    She looks like a photoshopped version of her older self. Shame, because she really was gorgeous in her heyday.

    • soanna says:

      I just think whoever operated/injected her should be in prison. At the age is she NOW she’s still young enough to not even remotely need all the work she’s had done, let alone a decade ago when she started.

      And of course that’s a personal choice but someone agreed to do it. These surgeons are so unscrupulous it should be criminal.

  5. Jay says:

    I remember looking at pics of them posing for Transformers premiers and the way he had his hand on her (rib cage, just under boob), I recalled from various body language trainings I’d done that it was an indicator of two people who had had a sexual relationship or were in one. Months later Shia made those comments and I was like, boy we been knew. LOL.

  6. minx says:

    Well, uh, okay.

  7. Khy says:

    Her face looks like the old her, it use to be unrecognizable.

    • VeryVeryTerryJerry says:

      It used to be gorgeous. IMO she looks like a front-window store mannequin, as in not real or human.

  8. Olive says:

    wow, her face is Melania-levels of pulled & tight in that last photo. Really a shame what she did to her appearance, she was so naturally gorgeous.

  9. ChillyWilly says:

    Nietzsche? LMAO yeah, right.

    • Fleur says:

      I can’t stand comments like this. A woman can be beautiful and smart, sexy and smart, fashionable and philosophical. She’s a smart woman and she’s read his work.

      I love the idea of her new show and I’ll totally watch it. good to see her working again.

  10. Usedtobe says:

    I think she’s gorgeous. I just watched Transformers on TV a few weeks back and while she wasn’t and still isn’t a super strong actress I was in aw of how beautiful she is/was.

  11. skipper says:

    I’ve always like Megan. I’m glad she had a fling with Shia before he had his meltdown that never stopped. I know that she is very much into astrology and science so it makes total sense for her to venture out into her new field of work/tv. She’s been posting pics about it on her instagram and I was intrigued by it. I honestly think she is much more intelligent than people give her credit for. She is so much more than just a pretty face, IMO.

  12. jammypants says:

    She looks miles better than Lindsay Lohan, and they’re the same age!

  13. Beach Dreams says:

    She was so beautiful during the Transformers era. She’s only 32 years old and she’s already done so much to her face. Hollywood must’ve done a number on her self confidence.

  14. Killjoy says:

    I cannot believe Megan Fox is only 32! I like her a lot, and realizing she is actually younger than me gives me hope that the reservations I’ve had about her were really age-related. And…hope that she’ll grow into that face. Does that happen? Will her face make more sense at 40? I hope she sticks around, whatever direction her career takes.

    ETA: Ugh, re the face comment, she is still so gorgeous now, and even plastic surgery face can be beautiful. It’s just that it’s not so common to see on younger women.

  15. Egla says:

    She is beautiful but she hasn’t stopped injecting as far as I can tell. She is shiny and pulled to the max. Just a better job I think but still done. As for her story was she with her husband then???

  16. Delphi says:

    I would love to see more critical push back of her project itself, because it’s hugely problematic and kind of a huge mess. Her show is pseudoarchaeology and her aim is to spread conspiracy theories and misinformation. She’s said she was inspired by the show Ancient Aliens, which is a racist show based on racist ideas that come from a confirmed racist. She is the Goop of archaeology and history now.

    Please read Dr Sarah Bond and others on what the ‘ancient aliens’ theory actually comes from- total disbelief that civilisations created by people of colour could develop technologies and build these monuments. It comes from a book by Erich Von Däniken, a confirmed racist and notorious pseudoarchaeologist.

    It’s genuinely insane to me that this is considered mainstream, or that there’s been so little analysis of what it really means to popularise these theories, and the very real impact it can have on how people treat archaeological sites and other cultures. We all criticise fake news everywhere else- time to do it in this area too!

    • Jag says:

      Had no idea! Thank you for this information, Delphi. Time for me to research.

    • Kathryn says:

      I had no idea either about this Fake Science.

    • Shogi says:

      Ancient aliens is pretty out there but I can think of a few researchers who are pretty credible in the broader area and who are not racist, namely Graham Hancock, who use to write for the Economist, the guardian, and a bunch of other mainstream pubs. Very well researched with positive reviews from mainstream media (fingerprints of the gods). Caveat though: he is more “lost civilisation built these structures” than ancient aliens did, but he is open to the idea of AAs. And he is most definitely not racist;his wife is a POC and she worked as a photographer to help out with his books and documentaries.

      • Delphi says:

        Hancock is a classic example of pseudoarchaeology though and not at all credible. As far as I understand it, he worked as a journalist (of economics?) at the publications you mention, but that doesn’t make him a legitimate scientist or archaeologist. His theories are pretty laughable. And to my knowledge, Fingerprints of the Gods has not been well-reviewed by any single archaeologist on the planet! It’s easy for amateurs to come in and say professionals have been doing it wrong for years, but like any complex field, archaeology requires training (if not degrees) and a specific understanding of cultural and taphonomic processes. I think you should be suspicious of anyone who decides that the experts don’t know what they’re doing, and they’re the only one who has it figured out. Particularly in cases where their work has never been peer reviewed…

        I would also add that it is very possible to be married to a person or colour and still be racist! Any theories that implicitly or explicitly argue that people of colour couldn’t have built the pyramids or developed writing or so on really are rooted in racism. Either way, whether or not Hancock is racist, his theories are just wildly inaccurate and unsupported by the evidence. He is not respected by legitimate scholars of the past.