Megan Fox admitted she drank too much at the 2009 Golden Globes.
At the Golden Globes, Megan Fox sat with The Jonas Brothers and Blake Lively, as she made a regrettable decision. In the video, she explained the situation, saying “At the Golden Globes, they always put those giant bottles of Moët champagne on the table.” She then admitted the reason she no longer drinks, saying “I went through multiple glasses of that.”
She then very concisely explained the negative effects of drinking that much, saying, “Now I don’t drink, and this is why: I was belligerent and said a bunch of s— I shouldn’t have said on the red carpet after that.” She continued explaining, “I think I got in a lot of trouble for whatever I said on the red carpet at this event. I don’t know why, but I know that I did. You can look that up.”
Her remarks on that red carpet were indeed “belligerent”. (Warning: offensive language and anti-trans slurs are used in her account of that night.)
As Fox revealed, her comments ranged from saying, “I’m pretty sure I’m a doppelgänger for Alan Alda,” and calling herself “a man”, to admitting that she was “painfully insecure” to the point of nausea. She admitted, “Like, I’m on the verge of vomiting right now. I’m so horrified that I’m here, and I’m embarrassed and scared.”
She also said, “I really want [Salma Hayek’s] boobs” and when asked about why her then-husband Brian Austin Green was not in attendance with her, she revealed, “He doesn’t want to be here. He doesn’t want to be my date. He’s a man. He has an ego.”
Just because she no longer drinks doesn’t mean Megan Fox is entirely straight edge.
Now rather than having very public moments, Megan Fox is tripping on ayahuasca. While talking with Jimmy Kimmel recently, Fox explained her experience with the hallucinogen, which she tried while in Costa Rica on vacation with her new boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly.
She began, “Everybody’s journey is different, but on the second night, I went to Hell for eternity.” She continued by explaining the lasting effects on her outlook the experience had, saying, “Just knowing its eternity is torture in itself because there’s no beginning, middle, or end. So you have a real ego death.”
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