ANOTHER day, another Megan Fox headline. Or at least two Megan Fox headlines. In fact, by the time you finish reading this there will probably be several more, as the Transformers star goes about doing what she does best — publicising herself.
This is emphasised by the recent “Megan Fox Day” when news outlets imposed a blanket ban on reporting whatever moronic utterances were coming from the starlet.
Let’s start with last week’s outbursts in chronological order. There may not be many people who take much notice of what the 23-year-old — regularly voted the world’s sexiest woman — has to say for herself but the numbers of those paying attention to her dwindled even further when she revealed that, “I think I have mental problems”.This revelation came as Fox was comparing herself to Marilyn Monroe, hypothesising that she may well travel down the same tragic path as one of the greatest icons of the many great icons America has produced. “I could end up like that because I constantly struggle with the idea that I think I’m a borderline personality — or that I have bouts of mild schizophrenia,” she said. “I definitely have some kind of mental problem and I haven’t pinpointed what it is.” Neither have we, Megan.
Schizophrenia is no laughing matter though, and neither is Fox, so she may well be telling the truth. Michael Bay should bear this in mind when he reads her latest contribution to their running feud as she has now compared her director on the Transformers movies to Hitler, saying that he is like a tyrant when they are working together on set.
While Fox may think she has it bad, she should spare a thought for the rest of us who have sat through some of her God-awful movies. Then she’d really know what tyranny is.