Megan Fox isn’t letting no baby stop her from working. The ‘Transformers’ actress recently gave birth and jumped straight into doing work. Can someone say wonder-mama or what! She recently sat down with Esquire magazine for an interview and well… she talks about her thoughts on fame, religion and even a little on what goes on inside her head.
For the cover of the magazine, the hot-mama showed off her post-baby body and we just couldn’t believe our eyes. It’s been just about a month since the birth of her baby boy, but man look at her body. It’s picture perfect.
Here’s a snippet of what her interview with Esquire was all about, grab the magazine for more!
On removing her Marilyn Monroe tattoo:
“I started reading about her and realized that her life was incredibly difficult. It’s like when you visualize something for your future. I didn’t want to visualize something so negative. She wasn’t powerful at the time. She was sort of like Lindsay [Lohan]. She was an actress who wasn’t reliable, who almost wasn’t insurable…. She had all the potential in the world, and it was squandered. I’m not interested in following in those footsteps.”
“I don’t think people understand. They all think we should shut the (bleep) up and stop complaining because you live in a big house or you drive a Bentley. So your life must be so great. What people don’t realize is that fame, whatever your worst experience in high school, when you were being bullied by those ten kids in high school, fame is that, but on a global scale, where you’re being bullied by millions of people constantly.”
On religious guidance:
“I can’t stand pills. I don’t like drinking. I don’t like feeling out of control. I have to feel like I’m in control of my body. And I know what you’re thinking, Then why would I want to go to church and speak in tongues? You have to understand, there I feel safe. I was raised to believe that you’re safe in God’s hands. But I don’t feel safe with myself.”
On her imagination:
“I like believing. I believe in all of these Irish myths, like leprechauns. Not the pot of gold, not the Lucky Charms leprechauns. But maybe was there something in the traditional sense? I believe that this stuff came from somewhere other than people’s imaginations. We should all believe in leprechauns. I’m a believer. You and I are humans, this is not all of it. This cannot be, because we are so disappointing. Would you not be so much more interested in finding out that bigfoot existed than in watching a really good movie? I believe in aliens. I am childlike in my spirit, and I want to believe in fairy tales.” (source)