Transformers actress Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have headed for splitsville after 10 years of togetherness. Megan and Brian exchanged wedding vows in 2010 after dating each other for almost six years. Now, after being together for almost 16 years and having three children, Megan and Brian have ended their marriage. Megan and Brian exchanged wedding vows in 2010 after dating each other for almost six years and unfortunately, after being together for almost 16 years and having three children, Megan and Brian have called it quits, leaving many disheartened.
Amid her separation news, Megan recently came on a Live session which was hosted by home decor guru, Colin Wayne, who's the CEO of Redline Steel hired Fox to promote the brand. During the live session, one thing that caught everyone’s attention was Megan’s finger without her wedding ring and this obviously created a stir on social media. In fact, according to a report in TMZ, “Megan hasn't been wearing her ring for at least a week or two and same goes for Brian as well.” It got a little interesting when Colin asked her to show off some of her own Redline goodies, to which she picked up a custom family tree with "GREEN" name stencilled at the bottom.
Since her ex-husband’s full name is Brian Austin ‘Green’ this has raised quite a few eyebrows, indicating that she might have ditched her wedding ring but the family name stays. It looks like she is not washing her hands off with this name, at least for now.
Meanwhile, there are rumours stating that Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are coupling up in the wake of her breakup from Brian Austin Green. They even released a new single together titled, Bloody Valentine a couple of days ago where they were seen in quite a few intimate scenes in the song. ALSO READ: Megan Fox And Brian Austin Green's Marriage Hits Rock Bottom; Couple Separates After 10 Years Of Togetherness
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