Colson Baker, 30, professionally known as Machine Gun Kelly, and Megan Fox, 34, are among the people dealing with the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic more easily than most people. The two recently confirmed their relationship.
In the evening of June 15, 2020, Kelly and Fox were spotted at Mr. Furley’s Bar in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, United States, Daily Mail reported. They were holding hands as they walked out of the bar.
Kelly then opened the door of his convertible burnt sienna Cadillac Eldorado to let Fox step in. They shared a passionate kiss in the car before driving away.
The lovebirds’ outfits nicely matched bright and dark colors. Kelly paired a bright red graphic T-shirt with a white baseball cap, a pair of ripped acid wash jeans and a pair of white Converse sneakers.
Fox was wearing a black T-shirt with the sleeves slightly rolled up paired with black pants and a pair of white tennis shoes. She was also carrying a black backpack.
Kelly’s left hand was carrying Fox’s right hand. Her left hand was carrying a black leather biker jacket.
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there is an order in Los Angeles that requires people to wear face masks when in public places within the city. Kelly and Fox ignored the order and they did not observe social distancing either.
It was on the set of “Midnight in the Switchgrass” in Puerto Rico where Kelly and Fox met. The COVID-19 pandemic temporarily stopped the production of the film directed by Randall Emmett.
Written by Alan Horsnail, “Midnight in the Switchgrass” is based on the true story of the most dangerous serial killer of Texas, USA. Fox plays Rebecca Lombardi, the partner of FBI agent Karl Helter (Bruce Willis).
There are no available details about Kelly’s role in the movie. Also in the cast are Emile Hirsch, Lukas Haas, Sistine Stallone and Michael Beach.
On May 20, 2020, Kelly released the music video of his song “Bloody Valentine,” the first single from his upcoming fifth album titled “Tickets to My Downfall.” Directed by Michael Garcia, the video featured Fox.