Megan Fox Debuts Fiery Red Bob for Book Reading in New York City

What a fiery redhead Megan Fox is!

In support of her poetry book Pretty Boys Are Poisonous, the 37-year-old Transformers actress made a bold red hairstyle premiere on Tuesday at Racket in New York City.

Fox accessorized her fire hairstyle with a pencil skirt made of brown leather that was high-waisted, black patent leather heeled boots, and a brown semi-sheer vest tucked into it. Her long red nails and shiny, nude lips finished the look.

The actress made an appearance on Tuesday to promote the publication of her new poetry book.
In the book, Fox shares sensitive information about her past violent relationships and the miscarriage she experienced with her fiancé, Machine Gun Kelly (real name Colson Baker).

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In one poem, Fox discusses an ultrasound of a 10-week-old girl and says, “Maybe if I had… maybe if you hadn’t.”

She writes in other places, “I want to hold your hand / hear your laugh,” and subsequently, “but now / I have to say / goodbye.” A different passage talks of picturing yourself holding the child “as they rip you from my insides.”

Fox declares, “I will pay any price.” “Tell me please / what is the ransom / for her soul?”

This week, Fox stated she had “never been through anything like that in my life” while appearing on Good Morning America.

“Since I had three children, it was really challenging for us both and took us on an exciting journey both together and apart.Trying to make sense of the painful experience, she asked herself, “What does this mean?,” and “Why did this happen?”

With her ex-husband Brian Austin Green, Fox has three sons: Journey River, 7, Bodhi Ransom, 9, and Noah Shannon, 11.

Kelly, who became engaged to Fox in 2021, is parents to 14-year-old Casie Colson Baker and her former partner Emma Cannon.

Before the publication of her book, Fox talked to PEOPLE about how writing about her past allowed her to find freedom.

“Acting doesn’t really allow me to express myself fully in the way writing does because I’m reading someone else’s words under someone else’s direction,” the actor from Jennifer’s Body stated. “Poetry provides me with a creative outlet for catharsis.”

“Some of it is literal, while other parts are allegorical,” the actress continued, but “all of it is something women can relate to.”

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