Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are arguably one of, if not the, hottest It-couples of 2022. Besides the fact that they’ve done some pretty wild things (like planning a punk rock wedding with Pete Davidson as a groomsman, scaling a building on their first date, manifesting each other as toddlers, etc…) they’re also two incredibly stylish people with a penchant for coordinating their outfits with each other. Couples who shop together, stay together, m'kay?
Megan and MGK attended the Tribeca Film Festival debut of their film “Taurus,” a gritty movie about a rockstar struggling with addiction and how it negatively impacts the people around him, including his assistant and daughter. Similar to real life, MGK plays said the rockstar, while his fiancé Megan plays the role of his ex-girlfriend. The blood-drinking couple (listen, even a few drops counts as drinking it) continued to rep one of their favorite motifs with their coordinating outfits from the Tribeca Film Festival carpet.
Megan stunned in a shiny blood-red latex dress with an asymmetrical strapless neckline from Sportmax, looking like a total bombshell in her pointed-toe high heels. Colson Baker (that’s MGK’s real name, BTW, and the name he goes by when it comes to his acting career) went for a similarly monochromatic outfit, choosing a crisp white tuxedo with off-white high-top sneakers. The rockstar accessorized with a strand of pearls, letting his lilac hair pop against the clean white suit, and topping off the look with a single, true-to-size syringe earring featuring a red crystal as a “drop” of blood. MGK spoke to USA Today on the red carpet in reference to the earring — “Take your own guess about that one."
Their love is the stuff of movies — in fact, Tim Sutton, director of “Taurus,” told USA Today that he “went over to their house and pitched [Taurus] hard to her. If we had [another] actress play his girlfriend ... it's pure fiction. Instead, you're like that's their real life." The couple went on stage to chat about their film at the Tribeca premiere, sharing briefly about each other’s astrological charts, and joining in on the discussion of the making of “Taurus.”