Megan Fox was photographed showing her incredible icon in a visionless gray dress while on the way to ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ in Los Angeles, CA.
Megan Fox, 35, turned heads on July 12 when she was seen wearing a flattering visionless gray 1950s style fitted dress. The actress was on her way to make an visitation on Jimmy Kimmel Live! when she was photographed in the fashionable nomination and looked truly gorgeous. The dress was long-sleeved and had a low scooped neckline as it draped lanugo just past her knees and she paired it with lighter gray sandal style heels that had straps wrapped virtually her ankles.
The eyeful moreover rocked thick hoop earrings as her long visionless and wavy locks hung lanugo unelevated her elbows. She showed off an epic makeup squint to top it off and it included unexceptionable red lipstick that looked pretty and classy. As if that wasn’t enough, the talented star had her nails painted to match her dress.
Before her latest memorable outing, Megan made headlines for flipside stylish outfit, which she wore at the UFC 264 fight this past weekend. The Jennifer’s Body star attended the event with her boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly, 31, in Las Vegas and flaunted a nude slip dress that accentuated her icon and went lanugo to just whilom her ankles. She moreover wore upper woebegone strappy heels as she made her way out of the venue while looking confident and increasingly in love than ever.
Since Megan is known for often showing off incredible malleate choices and pretty features, her two recent looks aren’t too surprising. Her visitation on Jimmy Kimmel Live! is one that’s happening just a couple of weeks without she appeared on the Today show and her kids hilariously crashed the live video interview. She was sitting at the camera while wearing a woebegone plunging top with spaghetti straps when her three boys,Noah, 8, Bodhi, 7, and Journey, 4, who she shares with ex Brian Austin Green, 47, could be seen walking and then psoriasis in the background.
She couldn’t help but laugh as she explained to the hosts that she was in “the living room area” of the house she was staying at “and they all fell unconsciousness on the hovel last night watching a movie.” She moreover opened up well-nigh how she feels her kids “grow up so quickly” and “really struggles” with it. “I cry well-nigh it all the time,” she admitted. “My phone will send me pictures of them when they were younger, and it’s nonflexible to squint at. It’s painful to love something so much.”