Megan Fox opened up about her quarantine life as she returns to filming and after split from her husband, Brian Austin Green.
Megan Fox is among the first celebrities to get back to work. She has traveled to two countries amid the COVID-19 pandemic and shared her experience in her recent interview with Entertainment Tonight.
Megan Fox speaks about job and quarantine
Megan Fox traveled to Puerto Rico for a film and traveled to the Republic of Bulgaria again for another project. However, before her trip, she self-isolated in Los Angeles to ensure that she’s COVID-free. Once she arrived at her destination, she isolated herself again to ensure that she’s not inflicted with the virus.
“It’s been a long road of quarantine. I just got let out of quarantine here. I’m interested to see what happens once s–t starts hitting the fan and our feet are to the fire a little bit,” Fox told ET.
“Once it starts getting tough, is everybody going to be as stringent with all the protocols and everything? I’m sure they will be — that’s the requirement. But it’s a weird job. Like, I’m an actor. It’s my job to be in a scene with another actor where I have to touch and kiss that person in the time of COVID crisis.”
Megan’s life changed during the quarantine
Megan Fox and her husband, Brian Austin Green, separated during the quarantine after 10 years of marriage. They share three children Noah, 5, Bodhi, 6, and Journey, 4.
Just recently, Fox and Machine Gun Kelly made their relationship Instagram official. Green said he wished happiness for his ex-wife but seemingly took a jab in one of her posts on Instagram.
Before Green confirmed their split, Fox was already spotted out and about with Kelly because they filmed Midnight in the Switchgrass. However, Green said they had been separated for months because they were growing apart.
Fox admitted that her life changed during the quarantine, and it was “crazy.” She also shared that being restricted by authority was challenging, but it taught her to be more patient.
Fox and Green are co-parenting their children, but the kids are with the latter because the former is busy with work.
‘Transformers’ star doesn’t care about the trolls
During the interview, Megan Fox also shared that she used to fear what other people would say about her. Before she starred in Rogue, she rejected several military roles.
She feared that she couldn’t do it right. However, she came to a point when she was ready to take the challenge even if she wasn’t sure of the support she will be getting.
“And I’m still not really sure to what degree I would be supported, because I’m going through some stuff right now where perceptions are still very misogynistic and sexist and one-sided,” Fox added.
She recalled how people call her stupid or vain. Some also called her s–t when she was in the same relationship for 15 years. So, she learned to ignore the words from people who do not know her in the first place. And doing so made Fox feel more excited about life.
“I would never fill my brain with anything trolls have to say. My reality is obviously going to shift to fit my own belief systems. When I stopped being afraid and I started embracing life and being excited about life, then my life became more exciting.”
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