Are Megan Fox, MGK Already Married? See Her Response to Being Called ‘Wife’

Megan Fox Laughs Off Being Called Machine Gun Kelly's 'Wife' After Engagement

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly. AFF-USA/Shutterstock

A happy mess-up? Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly may not have tied the knot yet, but they are already being referred to as husband and wife.

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly’s Relationship Timeline, From Costars to Couple

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At the NBA All-Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio, on Sunday, February 20, the announcer referred to Fox, 35, and Kelly, 31, as married via the jumbotron, saying, “Please welcome Machine Gun Kelly and his wife, actress Megan Fox.” The Jennifer’s Body star laughed off the comment before leaning in to seemingly tell the performer that she isn’t his wife yet.

The mix-up comes one month after the pair confirmed their engagement.

“In July of 2020 we sat under this banyan tree. We asked for magic,” the actress captioned an Instagram video of the proposal last month. “We were oblivious to the

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Aaron Rodgers Has Honest Response To Question About His NFL Future

Aaron Rodgers leading his Green Bay Packers team onto the field.

Aaron Rodgers leading his Green Bay Packers team onto the field.

After getting knocked out of the playoffs earlier this year, Aaron Rodgers admit that he wasn’t sure how much longer he’d be the starting quarterback of the Green Bay Packers. On Friday, the three-time MVP once again discussed his future with the franchise that drafted him.

During an appearance on ESPN’s SportsCenter, Rodgers was asked by Kenny Mayne if he wants to be a Packer for life. Rodgers’ answer pretty much lined up with what he said back in January.

“So far it has definitely been my team,” Rodgers told Mayne. “I said last year I didn’t know if that was actually possible to be able to finish there. I still feel like that’s kind of where we are at. I don’t know that a lot of that is in my hands. I guess we’ll just see

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ESPN Anchor Has Blunt Response To Keith Olbermann’s Masters Boycott

In the wake of the decision by Major League Baseball to move the 2021 All-Star Game out of Georgia, Keith Olbermann called for a boycott of The Masters.

Keith Olbermann wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Keith Olbermann back in 2013.

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Keith Olbermann back in 2013.

On Friday, Baseball decided to remove the All-Star Game due to the recent passing of controversial voting legislation in the Peachtree State. Yesterday, Olbermann called for a boycott of The Masters, which begins on Thursday at Augusta National.

“GREAT. NOW BOYCOTT THE MASTERS,” Olbermann said on Twitter. “Yesterday, MLB pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta to protest Georgia’s new racist voting laws. An outstanding first reply to the war the racists declared on America. Next? A golf tournament starts in Georgia Thursday.”

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