Celebrity Megan Fox Megan Fox Just Ditched Her Goth-Glam Style and Went Full-On Bombshell And made a coordinated appearance with fiancée Machine Gun Kelly while doing so. By Alicia Brunker Alicia Brunker Instagram Alicia Brunker is a freelance writer who covers celebrity, royal, and fashion news for InStyle.com. She joined InStyle's digital team in 2017, and previously contributed to ELLE, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and WWD. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on May 13, 2022 @ 08:19AM Pin Share Tweet Email Ever since she began dating Machine Gun Kelly (born Colson Baker), Megan Fox's style has evolved from sexy to even sexier with a goth-glam twist (think: break-your-ankle platform heels, sheer corsets paired with leather pants, and extreme cutout dresses). However, for her latest outing, Megan ditched her recent edgy aesthetic in favor of a bombshell moment on the red carpet. On Thursday, Megan and MGK made a color-coordinated appearance at the premiere of their new movie Good Mourning. Megan wore a strapless pink dress that was completely covered in rhinestones and featured the highest slit. She paired the vampy gown with see-through pumps and soft glam, which included a pink lip, rosy cheeks, and Old Hollywood-style waves swept to one side. Machine Gun Kelly, meanwhile, matched his fiancé in a double-breasted pink suit with a red rose pattern embroidered throughout the two pieces. Getty Megan Fox Got Real About the Backlash She Faced for Calling Out Hollywood Misogyny in 2008 In January, Megan revealed that being in a relationship with Baker has "definitely changed" the way she dresses. "Before it wasn't something I was focused on or thought about. Because as an actress I had been classified or put in the category of being a sex symbol," she told Vogue. "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." She continued, "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."