Megan Fox confirms she indeed dated Shia LaBeouf while filming 'Transformers'
The actress featured on Andy Cohen's talk show and revealed details about her past with Shia and the craziest thing she's done during a fight with her husband.
Megan Fox ha spilled the beans on a long-standing rumor about her dating life. The actress confirmed that she did indeed date Shia LaBeouf during the filming of the 'Transformer' series in 2007 and again in 2009.
During an appearance on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen', the actress, 32, candidly spoke about her dating history. While playing “Plead the Fifth” game on the Bravo talk show, Fox finally admitted to her romantic past with former co-star Shia LaBeouf but added that the relationship didn't go any further after the film.
“I mean I would confirm that it was romantic,” she said. “I love him, I have never been really quiet about that, I love him.”
This is the first time Megan has openly discussed the relationship and confirmed it, reports People. However, fans were aware of the duo's brief affair when Shia hinted at it during an interview way back in 2011. He said, “Look, you’re on the set for six months, with someone who’s rooting to be attracted to you, and you’re rooting to be attracted to them, I never understood the separation of work and life in that situation. But the time I spent with Megan was our own thing. I think you can see the chemistry onscreen.”
Fox also shared some interesting information about her and husband Brian Austin Green during the game. Looks like Megan has quite the temper and she revealed the craziest thing she's done during a fight with her husband. “I did one time get really angry at him and wrote in Sharpie a bunch of Nietzsche poems on his wall.”
After starring in two films in the 'Transformers' franchise, Fox was fired after making negative comments about director Michael Bay. During an interview, she compared Bay to Hitler and said he was a "nightmare to work for." Her exit followed right after she made these comments. Regretting her actions, Fox spoke about her harsh comments in an interview and called it the lowest point of her career. She added, “But without — ‘that thing,’ I wouldn’t have learned as quickly as I did. All I had to do was apologize — and I refused. I was so self-righteous at 23, I couldn’t see [that] it was for the greater good. I really thought I was Joan of Arc.”
She continued, “It hurt me and a lot of other people. However, that darkness that descended caused enormous and brisk spiritual growth. Once I realized I [had] brought it on myself, it was an invaluable learning experience, looking back on it.”
Here's a clip of Megan featuring on Andy Cohen's show: