Are things getting serious between Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly?
The actress has been spending increasingly more time with the singer following a separation from her longtime husband, Brian Austin Green.
Fox and MGK first met on a set of movie they’re co-starring in. After production was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, Megan returned home to her California home she shared with husband Brian Austin Green — but that’s when they decided to split for good.
According to Green on his podcast, he was “shocked” and “upset” when Fox told him she felt more like herself when she was out of the country working alone.
At the same time, he revealed that he understood it’s how “she honestly felt.”
He continued, “We talked about it a little more and said let’s separate for a bit… and so we did.”
Even with the movie production on hold, Fox and MGK have been spending plenty of time getting to know each other.
“They’ve been hanging out a lot since their movie was shut down,” one source told E! News. “The down time has been good for them… They are intrigued by each other and having a lot of fun.”
Photos surfaced of the pair kissing and holding hands after a bar date in Los Angeles on Monday.
They’ve also been spending a lot of alone time at each other’s homes.
“They hang out at Megan’s several times a week. She only sees him when they boys are with Brian,” said an inside source. “The relationship seems too new and not serious enough for Megan to introduce him to her kids. Megan seems very happy though.”
Of course, Green isn’t just sitting around at home alone, either.
While it’s being reported that he still values his relationship with Fox, he’s starting to get out there.
Just a few days ago, he was spotted picking up food with Courtney Stodden at the Mejico Grill & Tequila Lounge in Agoura Hills, California.
“When he doesn’t see the kids, he is slowly dating,” said a source. “He recently started hanging out with Courtney [Stodden]. They seem more like friends though.”
He is reportedly doing well, though. Sources say that he and Fox are getting along fine, as they figure out co-parenting. The former couple shares three kids: Noah Shannon, 7; Bodhi Ransom, 6; and Journey River, 3.