Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are still determining their future together, Us Weekly reported today, but currently, their romance is off and their wedding planning is unsurprisingly on pause. The outlet’s report comes six days after sources made it clear to Us and Folks that a reconciliation wasn’t looking all that likely for the 2 straight away.
Us’ source said in the brand new report today, “Megan and MGK are currently on a break but are still involved. They’re highly regarded and cold.” The couple, who got engaged last 12 months, “have stalled wedding planning to work on their issues. Their relationship is pretty volatile in the mean time. They’re currently off, but still texting one another.”
A source told Us last week that it might take lots for Fox and Kelly to work things out. “[Megan] isn’t sure where things stand with Colson [Kelly’s real name], and it’s complicated in the mean time,” the insider said. “They’re still working on their relationship since the love they’d was the actual deal. That’s not something that just goes away overnight. Nevertheless, they would wish to have a major breakthrough to make things work. It’s all up within the air straight away.”
People’s source said that the couple’s friends were doubtful they’d make it. “They’re not completely done,” the source said. “They’re still attempting to sort through things, but most of their friends think it is probably going over. They’re just not able to totally call it yet.”
Neither Fox nor Kelly have commented on their relationship status. Fox first sparked breakup rumors over Super Bowl weekend after she deleted just about all her Instagram posts with Kelly in them, unfollowed him, and posted an Instagram with a Beyoncé lyric hinting at infidelity: “You’ll be able to taste the dishonesty/ it’s throughout your breath.”
She later denied cheating was a think about their issues. Fox shared a press release to her Instagram on February 19 that has since been taken it down.
She wrote then, “There was no third party interference on this relationship of any kind. That features but shouldn’t be limited to…actual humans, DMs, AI bots or succubus demons. While I do hate to rob you of running random baseless news stories that may have been rather more accurately written by ChatGPT, that you must let this story die and leave all of those innocent people alone now.”
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Alyssa Bailey is the senior news and strategy editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees coverage of celebrities and royals (particularly Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton). She previously held positions at InStyle and Cosmopolitan. When she’s not working, she loves running around Central Park, making people take #ootd pics of her, and exploring Latest York City.