Megan Fox Wore a Glittering Pink High Leg Slit Dress With Machine Gun Kelly at ‘Good Mourning’ Premiere

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Megan Fox Wore a Glittering Pink High Leg Slit Dress With Machine Gun Kelly at ‘Good Mourning’ Premiere

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly showed just how to do statement pink attire at the premiere of their film Good Mourning last night in Los Angeles, Kelly outfitted in a rose-adorned magenta suit by Dolce & Gabbana and Fox shimmering in a strapless pink Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini dress with a high leg slit and Andrea Wazen shoes. Fox wore her black hair down in old Hollywood style waves, and Kelly's hair, with its pink streaks, also complemented his look. The two held hands at the event and kept their PDA to a minimum in front of photographers:

Photo credit: Kevork Djansezian - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevork Djansezian - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevork Djansezian - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevork Djansezian - Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Fox opened up to Vogue earlier this year about how dating Kelly has changed her style. “Before it wasn’t something I was focused on or thought about,” she started. “Because as an actress I had been classified or put in the category of being a sex symbol. And publicists come in and they bring in a stylist and it’s all about dressing more seriously, so that the world will take you more seriously as an actor. But they weren’t dressing me the way in which I liked to express myself. So I kind of gave up on fashion. I was like, I don’t fucking care, whatever you put me in because I’m not going to like it anyway.

“Until I met him,” she continued. “Musicians have so much freedom to express themselves in the way that they dress. They can be so much more flamboyant than actors usually can. Prior to being famous everyone who knew me always knew that I would always wear one really insane piece, and everybody would be like, ‘you dress weird.’ And it wasn’t until I was molded and had to dress one way that I gave up on that. And being with him, obviously, he’s slightly eccentric in the way that he dresses—and that has freed me up to express myself more. And he helped hook me up with Maeve Reilly, my stylist.”

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