Megan Fox reveals ‘el pistolero’ tattoo for Machine Gun Kelly at AMAs

Megan Fox is putting her relationship in ink.

The 34-year-old actress debuted her latest tattoo at the 2020 American Music Awards, and fans believe it’s a tribute to her boyfriend, Machine Gun Kelly.

One eagle-eyed Twitter user wrote, “We finally have a close-up of Megan’s tattoo and it says ‘el pistolero’, which is Spanish for the shooter aka machine gun Kelly!”

Fans were quick to speculate about the scripted collarbone tattoo, determining that the Spanish translation could be a nod to the fact that the two met in Costa Rica.

While Fox has yet to confirm the meaning of the fresh ink, lyrics from her appearance on MGK’s latest album, “Tickets to My Downfall,” might have teased the tribute.

“It was just four months ago that we were right here and I met you. That’s not possible,” Fox said on the track “Banyan Tree (Interlude)” in September. “You just got my initials tattooed on you. I just got your nickname tattooed on me.” Machine Gun Kelly, real name Colson Baker, has yet to reveal if he has Fox’s initials anywhere on his body, which is virtually entirely obstructed by tattoos.

The “Jennifer’s Body” star is no stranger to tattoos — or to tattoo removal, for that matter.  Her collection of body art includes a Shakespeare quote and the Yin Yang symbol as well as estranged husband Brian Austin Green’s name on her lower stomach.

The couple have been dating for almost six months after meeting on the set of Randall Emmett’s “Midnight in the Switchgrass,” and made their first red carpet appearance together at the American Music Awards on Sunday night.

The “twin flames” are known for their public declarations of love, including when Fox called MGK an “achingly beautiful boy” in a steamy Instagram post.

Fox shares three children — Noah, 8, Bodhi, 6, and Journey, 4 — with Green while Machine Gun Kelly has a 12-year-old daughter with ex Emma Cannon.

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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly Just Crushed Their Red Carpet Debut at the 2020 AMAs

Sunday is inarguably the worst night of the week *cries softly* —but hey, the 2020 American Music Awards are happening, so at least there’s that! While award shows this year aren’t exactly the same as usual due to coronavirus safety measures, the AMAs hosted a (socially distant) red carpet that new couple/twin flames Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly made their official debut as a couple on. And yes, they nailed it, with Megan wearing a gorgeous asymmetrical green dress, and MGK wearing…this casual outfit:

Megan is set to present at the AMAs, while Machine Gun Kelly will be performing alongside Blink-182’s Travis Barker.

As a reminder, these two were first seen together back in May amid rumors that Megan and Brian Austin Green had split. Megan’s since talked at length about how they fell for each other while filming Midnight in the Switchgrass, saying “I knew right away that he was what I call a twin flame. Instead of a soul mate, a twin flame is actually where a soul has ascended into a high-enough level that it can be split into two different bodies at the same time. So we’re actually two halves of the same soul, I think. And I said that to him almost immediately, because I felt it right away.…I think it was the second day [of filming]. I asked him to come into my trailer for lunch, and I put him through all of this astrology stuff. I went deep right away. I knew before I even did his chart, I said to him, he has a Pisces moon. I could tell by his energy.”

Cool cool cool.

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Fox NFL Sunday cast sacked from studio over COVID concerns

The “Fox NFL Sunday” cast will not be in studio when the network’s pregame show kicks off ahead of the Week 11 slate over COVID-19 concerns, Fox Sports announced Saturday.

So, no Curt Menefee, Terry Bradshaw or Michael Strahan in studio. Instead viewers will tune in to Chris Myers, Charles Woodson and Reggie Bush. Some members of the regular cast “will appear via remote,” the network said.

“In accordance with CDC guidance, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health safety guidelines — and out of an abundance of caution for our team — Sunday’s FOX NFL KICKOFF and FOX NFL SUNDAY pregame shows from our Los Angeles studio will not include their regular casts,” Fox said in a statement.

It’s unclear what precipitated the move.

Fox made a similar move earlier this month with its college football pregame crew, including analyst and former coach Urban Meyer, who announced a week later that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

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Fox News host blasts Trump lawyer for lack of evidence in fraud claims

As Fox News host Tucker Carlson noted on his program, he's more than willing to give airtime to outlandish claims. "We literally do UFO segments," he said.

But even Carlson said he was fed up with the total lack of evidence produced by Sidney Powell, one of President Donald Trump's attorneys, in her unfounded allegation that electronic voting systems had switched millions of ballots to favour President-elect Joe Biden.

Trump’s lawyer Sidney Powell, left, and Fox News host Tucker Carlson.Credit:AP

"We invited Sidney Powell on the show. We would have given her the whole hour," Carlson said on Thursday night. "But she never sent us any evidence, despite a lot of requests, polite requests. Not a page. When we kept pressing, she got angry and told us to stop contacting her."

Carlson also noted that "she never demonstrated that a single actual vote was moved illegitimately by software from one candidate to another. Not one."

Carlson's rebuke of Powell marked a notable departure for a show – and a network – that has given hours of credulous coverage to false claims by Trump and his associates that fraud cost him the election. It came after Fox News aired a rambling news conference on Thursday featuring Powell and Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, making numerous false and far-fetched allegations about the election.

The segment also put Carlson at odds with other Fox News hosts like Jesse Watters, who on his Thursday show described Powell and Giuliani's news conference as "a big shot of adrenaline".

Powell, who didn't respond to a message from The Washington Post, pushed back on Carlson in a statement to the Washington Examiner, saying that she would "encourage him and all journalists to review all the materials we have provided so far and conduct their own investigations".

On his Thursday show, Carlson didn't discount the larger claims of Trump's attorneys that massive fraud disrupted the election – an allegation that has been repeatedly dismissed in court and for which the White House has presented no public evidence.

While conceding that Giuliani "did not conclusively prove" any fraud at Thursday's new conference, Carlson argued that "he did raise legitimate questions and in some cases, he pointed to what appeared to be real wrongdoing". And he praised Giuliani and Powell for calling into question the security of electronic voting.

But Carlson said that Powell had gone too far without proof in claiming that Trump "had won by a landslide," and that a conspiracy masterminded by electronic voting firms had changed the results. Her statements on those subjects have been repeatedly disproved, The Washington Post's Fact Checker reported on Thursday.

"What Powell was describing would amount to the single greatest crime in American history," Carlson said.

Carlson emphasised that he "did not dismiss any" of Powell's claims, and said he "took Sidney Powell seriously with no intention of fighting with her". But he said he was disturbed that she didn't produce any evidence for his show.

"We simply wanted to see the details. How could you not want to see them?" he said.

Carlson ended the segment by defending his decision to call Powell out.

"Why are we telling you this?" he said. "We're telling you this because it's true, and in the end, that's all that matters."

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Michael J. Fox thinks his Republican 'Family Ties' character wouldn't support Trump

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Michael J. Fox is stepping into Alex P. Keaton's shoes for a second.

The actor, 59, revealed on "The View" that he believes his Republican "Family Ties" character wouldn't be a fan of President Trump if the show was on today.

Co-host Sara Haines asked Fox if Alex would support the Republican Party leader and he responded, “I don’t think he’d think much of Trump. I think he would have liked [George] Bush. I think he would have liked [Mitt] Romney.”

The Emmy-winner added, “I think he would have liked a lot of these [Republican] guys, but I don’t think he would have dug Trump.”


Fox publicly supported Pete Buttigieg during the Democratic primaries.

"Family Ties" ran for seven seasons from 1982 to 1989 on NBC and then-President Ronald Reagan once called it his favorite TV show.

The "Back to the Future" star was promoting his fourth memoir, "No Time Like the Future," in which he addresses his struggles with Parkinson's.

Pictured: (Front, l-r) Justine Bateman as Mallory Keaton, Michael J. Fox as Alex P. Keaton, (Back, l-r) Michael Gross as Steven Keaton, Meredith Baxter as Elyse Keaton, Tina Yothers as Jennifer Keaton in ‘Family Ties.’ (Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)

In addition to motor skill difficulties, the neurodegenerative disorder can cause severe cognitive issues.

In his book, Fox writes that "not being able to speak reliably is a game-breaker for an actor," according to the New York Times.


"Absent a chemical intervention, Parkinson’s will render me frozen, immobile, stone-faced, and mute — entirely at the mercy of my environment," the star writes. "For someone for whom motion equals emotion, vibrance and relevance, it’s a lesson in humility."

Fox's admission left fans questioning if he has decided to step back from acting for good. A spokesperson confirmed in a statement to Fox News on Saturday that Fox "is not actively looking for work."

Actor Michael J. Fox played Alex P. Keaton on the comedy series ‘Family Ties’ for seven seasons in the ’80s. 
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However, the spokesperson added: "But if something great comes along and it works for him, he would consider it."

In an interview with People magazine, Fox confessed his "short-term memory is shot" and it's been hard to cope with since during his career, "I always had a real proficiency for lines and memorization."


The Golden Globe-winner admitted, "I had some extreme situations where the last couple of jobs I did were actually really word-heavy parts. I struggled during both of them."

Fox News’ Nate Day contributed to this report.

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Where has Kim Fox been as she returns to EastEnders?

EastEnders welcomes a familiar face back to the fold tonight as Kim Fox (Tameka Empson) returns to Albert Square.

The character’s certainly got a lot of catching up to do – and is set for a few surprises on her return, showing up just as as Denise (Diane Parish) is plucking up the courage to tell Raymond that she is his real mum.

She’s certainly set to shake things up even further, and is set to be involved in some big storylines now that she’s back.

But just where has Kim been as she arrives back in Albert Square?

Where has Kim Fox been as she returns to EastEnders?

Kim left Walford in July 2019 and went to Scotland, after Denise fired her from Fox & Hair – prompting her to move away in search of a new business venture.

The character also decided it was time for a fresh start after struggling to accept that Chantelle (Jessica Plummer) and Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) had moved into the house she owned with Vincent (Richard Blackwood).

News of Kim’s return was first flagged earlier this year by Sharon Marshall on This Morning, saying: ‘The great news is that Tameka is going to be back filming soon.

‘I don’t think she’s been on the set since last year, and I’ve really missed the sisterly relationship between Denise and Kim.’

And there’s no shortage of drama coming Kim’s way, especially with serial killer Lucas Johnson (Don Gilet) returning to Albert Square – and deciding for some reason that he wants to play a part in Raymond’s life.

With Chelsea Fox also set for a return (with Zaraah Abrahams taking over the role), you can expect plenty of excitement in the wake of Kim’s return.

EastEnders continues on BBC One on Monday night at 8pm.

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Simpsons First Look: A True Crime Story Brings the 'Real' Lisa Simpson to Town

Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons (Fox, 8/7c) includes one of the series’ most meta moments yet, bringing Yeardley Smith (aka the voice of Lisa Simpson) to Springfield… as herself!

Before your head explodes, allow us to explain: The episode, titled “Podcast News,” finds Grampa Simpson accused of a scandalous crime, which attracts the attention of Smith, who happens to produce and co-host a true crime podcast called “Small Town Dicks” in real life. (Deep breath. We’re done.)

“Podcast News” also marks the writing return of David X. Cohen, who penned several iconic Simpsons episodes in the mid- to late-1990s.

Other guest voices in Sunday’s episode include Morgan Fairchild (Falcon Crest), Stellan Skarsgard (Chernobyl) and Christine Nangle (Inside Amy Schumer).

In addition to playing Lisa Simpson for 32 seasons (trand counting), Smith has lent her talents to shows like Herman’s Head (1991–1994) and Dharma & Greg (1997–2002). More recently, she was seen in episodes of Mom (2017), The Mindy Project (2014–2015), Revenge (2014) and The Big Bang Theory (2010).

Feast your eyes on our exclusive first look at Smith meeting Kent Brockman above, then drop a comment with your thoughts on this first-ever event below.

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Fox Reveals First 'Masked Dancer' Costumes: Meet Cotton Candy, Sloth, Exotic Bird and More (Video)

“The Masked Singer’s” spinoff dancing competition premieres in December

Fox dropped a new promo Wednesday revealing the first batch of costumed contestants competing on “The Masked Dancer,” the spinoff series to “The Masked Singer,” which will be premiering this December.

In the clip, which you can view above, you’ll meet Cotton Candy, Sloth, Exotic Bird, Tulip, Cricket and Zebra. You’ll also get your first look at “Masked Dancer” host Craig Robinson presiding over the dancing competition, which is inspired by a “Masked Singer” parody segment from “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” as well as panelists Ken Jeong, Paula Abdul, Brian Austin Green and Ashley Tisdale. Jeong and Green are both already part of the “Masked” family, with Jeong serving as judge on “The Masked Singer” and Green a recently booted contestant from the singing show’s currently airing Season 4.

Per Fox, “‘The Masked Dancer’ will feature celebrity contestants shaking their tail feathers, while covered from head-to-toe in elaborate costumes and face masks, leaving audiences to guess their identities. Costumed celebrities will be joined on stage by masked partners and back-up dancers, as they perform a series of dances together; spanning from hip-hop to salsa, jazz to tap dancing and more. When it comes to dance styles, the sky is the limit. Each week, a series of clues will be sprinkled throughout packages, costumes and routines, leading the panelists one step closer to figuring out which famous faces are freestyling behind the masks.”

More to come…

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‘The Masked Dancer’ Reveals Ice Cube Costume (EXCLUSIVE)

Another costume for Fox’s upcoming reality competition series, “The Masked Dancer” has been revealed, and Variety has obtained an exclusive first look, which you can see in the promo above.

The new costume is the Ice Cube, joining the previously-revealed Tulip, Cricket, Cotton Candy, Exotic Bird, Sloth and Zebra.

“The Ice Cube costume signifies a number of things: a love of science and possible believer of climate change. Could it be a politician or a reporter? It also represents the fact that the dancer behind the mask spent many a lonely evening eating frozen TV dinners, thanks to his/her busy parents’ hectic careers. The Ice Cube is a definite product of his/her generation. But just what generation is it? Tune in to find out,” said executive producer Craig Plestis.

Ice Cube can only be seen in a brief clip in the promo, although he/she is featured prominently in the key art, which you can see below. With “Take it off” being chanted in the promo, the dancer is seen at the time of elimination, with his or her hands on the mask (aka the cube), ready to reveal who is underneath. Of course the clip cuts well before that answer is given, though, as the point of the show, based on a South Korean format, is to watch celebrities dance completely anonymously, as the panel and audience try to guess who is performing for them. The panel consists of Ken Jeong, Paula Abdul, Brian Austin Green and Ashley Tisdale, with Craig Robinson serving as the host on the show.

The promo also offered a glimpse at a group performance by a number of the other costumed-contestants, including Sloth and Zebra.

“The Masked Dancer” is produced by Fox Alternative Entertainment and Warner Bros. Unscripted & Alternative Television. Mun Hwa Broadcasting Corp. created the original, international format. Executive producers for the series, which is set to premiere in December on Fox, are James Breen, who also serves as showrunner; Plestis; Dan Martin and Ellen DeGeneres.

“The Masker Dancer” will premiere Dec. 27 after the NFL double-header and then move into its time period premiere on Jan. 6.

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Fox News’ Sandra Smith Caught on Hot Mic Calling Out Colleague (Video)

“What? What is happening? Like, Trace, we’ve called it,” Smith can be heard saying to Trace Gallagher in a leaked video clip

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Fox News’ Sandra Smith was caught on a hot mic expressing disbelief that a guest on “America’s Newsroom” was casting doubt on the network’s projection of a Joe Biden victory – and that the show’s host, Trace Gallagher, wasn’t pushing back.

In a clip that appears to come from a leaked raw feed of a Saturday airing of “America’s Newsroom,” according to Mediaite, Smith can be seen furrowing her eyebrows and making a face when the guest, conservative attorney Cleta Mitchell, says, “Just because CNN says or even Fox News says that someone is president, doesn’t make them president.”

“What? What is happening? Like, Trace, we’ve called it,” Smith can be heard saying, off-air, in the clip to Gallagher, who was interviewing Mitchell.

“So I think everybody wants to know that this was done properly and legally and that we can trust the results. And I think we have to look into every one of these concerns,” Mitchell continues in the clip.

On-air, Gallagher does not appear to push back on Mitchell’s claims and says, “I think Cleta makes a very good point there.”

A spokesperson for Fox News did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.

Watch the clip here.

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