– Megan Fox revealed experiencing a pregnancy loss that deeply impacted her relationship with Colson Baker
– Her collection of poetry, “Pretty Boys Are Poisonous,” reflects her grief and vulnerability as she mourns the loss of her unborn child
– Machine Gun Kelly also alluded to the pregnancy loss in his song “Last November,” showing the impact on both of their lives
Actress Megan Fox recently opened up about her deeply personal collection of poetry titled “Pretty Boys Are Poisonous,” which was published on Nov. 7. In an interview with Good Morning America, Fox shared, “I had never been through anything like that in my life. I have three kids, so it was very difficult for both of us and it sent us on a very wild journey together and separately . . . trying to navigate, ‘What does this mean?’ and ‘Why did this happen?’”
In one of her poems, Fox reflects on her pregnancy loss by writing, “maybe if you hadn’t . . . maybe if i had . . .” and “I want to hold your hand / hear your laugh. But now I have to say goodbye.” The heartfelt verses in Fox’s poems are heartbreaking and deeply personal, showcasing her vulnerability in a way that her fans have not seen before.
Fans believe that Machine Gun Kelly, pop star and Fox’s partner, alluded to her pregnancy loss in his song, “Last November.” In the song, Kelly includes lyrics that reflect the sadness and grief of losing a child. At the 2022 Billboard Music Awards, Kelly dedicated a performance of “Twin Flame” to “our unborn child,” further confirming the impact of Fox’s pregnancy loss on both of them.
The poems in “Pretty Boys Are Poisonous” have resonated deeply with readers who have had similar experiences. One reader described the poems as “hypnotizing,” saying that they “hit deep in your soul.” Throughout it all, Fox wants her readers to know that her book is not an exposé or a memoir, but a powerful and emotional expression of her experiences.