Megan Fox isn't afraid about opening up and talking about stuff in her life that might otherwise be considered very private.
In an interview with the New York Daily News in which she talks about her former Transformers co-star Shia LaBeouf and his recent bad behavior, she tells the news outlet, “I’m not worried about Shia. I love my Shia. He’s perfectly fine.”
Megan continues, “I haven’t talked to him in a couple of years, but I don’t worry about him. He’s a brilliant kid, talented and funny… There’s no reason to worry.”
She then goes on to critique the media and their attack on celebs without knowing the truth.
“I don’t understand why people don’t have common sense and can’t identify sarcasm or, you know, some kind of self-deprecating humor,” she complains. “But people don’t expect that coming from me, for some reason.”
She adds, “There have been so many salacious, ridiculous stories about me in the past. They were all asinine.”
She tells the newspaper that she's not really into the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, “It’s never something that I really enjoyed, so I’ve always tried to stay away from it as much as possible. When you’re promoting a movie, you have to be out on the red carpet. That’s just part of it. But that kind of [glamour and exposure] was never a choice.”
Smart reasoning, but certainly never a reality -- plus being married to Brian Austin Green doesn't help. LOL.