Why Fans Think Megan Fox Is Expecting A Baby With Machine Gun Kelly

Megan Fox has been candid about the challenges of motherhood, particularly when it comes to juggling being a parent and a working actor. In a recent interview with Glamour U.K., Fox, who shares children Journey, Bodhi, and Noah with ex-husband Brian Austin Green, detailed how her children attend a school "where the other parents are similar in their beliefs" and mostly stay offline. As a result, "They know that their parents are famous, but their knowledge of it is very limited." Fox wants to protect her kids as much as possible, especially in their younger years, and given Noah's love of wearing dresses, which she supports.

Meanwhile, her fiancé, Machine Gun Kelly, has a daughter named Casie, whom he shares with former partner Emma Cannon, per People. Kelly mostly keeps Casie out of the spotlight, but the rapper told Kelly Clarkson during an appearance on her talk show that he trusts his kid's opinion more than his own, noting, "Like, she has her finger on the pulse of what's hot, or if I'm doing a song and it's the right one, she'll confirm it." The celebrity couple, who have been open about their love affair from the very beginning, are working hard to blend their families. But, could Fox and Kelly be not-so-secretly expecting a child of their own?

Machine Gun Kelly made a shocking revelation onstage

Did Machine Gun Kelly just give the game away? According to People, the singer bookended his performance of "Twin Flame" at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards with a sweet dedication to fiancée Megan Fox, who was also in attendance. But it's Kelly's choice of wording that's left fans stunned. "I wrote this song for my wife," he shared, which led many to wonder whether the couple has already tied the knot, similar to their PDA-loving friends, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker, who just held a legal wedding ceremony. Moreover, Kelly noted at the end of the performance, "And this is for our unborn child."

Although Kelly subsequently admitted on Twitter that it was a tough one to perform live, he also revealed, "I recorded ['Twin Flame'] 2 years ago today, the second half came a year later. Beautifully serendipitous getting to sing it for you tonight." Per The Mirror, Kelly and Fox have been dating since May 2020 and announced their engagement in January. They've remained surprisingly tight-lipped on wedding plans, though the rapper recently explained, during an appearance on "The Late Late Show" they're having trouble finding a venue. "The location is hard, trying to find a spot that's matching my artistic [vision]," Kelly said. 

The celebrity couple have been open about considering each other soulmates, or twin flames, practically ever since they met so it wouldn't be too surprising if they'd decided to procreate sooner rather than later.