When it comes to doing interviews, Megan Fox never shies from making unpredictable and often shocking comments.
But while the brunette bombshell is known for her sex appeal, the actress has revealed she has a rather unlikely hobby.
Speaking during an MTV interview with her Friends With Kids co-star Adam Scott, she revealed she loves nothing more than a bit of history.
When asked about her next film project, Fox had a more educational excursion in mind.
“I would really love to go on an archaeological dig. I have an offer to go somewhere in England but I would rather go to Egypt or Syria or some place like that.”
In fact, it was Fox’s co-star who made the most controversial statements during the interview.
When asked what they both miss most about single life, Scott blurted, “Other than all the f**king?”The 25-year-old Jennifer’s Body star immediately began blushing and even fanned herself before whispering “sorry” to the reporter.
“Actually I find being with one person to be far more interesting and fun than the other way around,” added Scott. Fox agreed with her co-star and said monogamy was better as long as you married the right person.
“I feel like I’m with my best friend and I’ve been with him for so long, so it feels natural and comfortable,” she said.
The brunette beauty, who is the face of Giorgio Armani’s beauty, fragrance and skincare campaigns, says she is still uncomfortable watching herself onscreen.
“I don’t like the sound of my voice. It’s irritating to me. I just grate on my own nerves. I don’t like to watch me.”
In the more humorous, light-hearted segment of the interview called The Yes/No Show, Fox was asked sillier questions and the gorgeous actress had to answer with either a simple yes or no.
Among the questions Fox answered “yes” to were whether or not she can tell Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen apart and her ability to speak in a “crappy” British accent.
However, when she was asked whether or not she “sexts”, the bombshell said “no”.
Fox recently upstaged her Friends with Kids co-stars in a glittering golden prom dress at a screening for the film at the SVA Theatre in New York City.
The actress has a supporting role, alongside Jon Hamm, Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph, as a Broadway star who dates a single dad, played by Scott.