Megan Fox Loses Role in “Transformers 3” Movie Because She ‘Just Doesn’t Have That Megan Fox Look’

June 16, 2011

LOS ANGELES— A disgruntled Megan Fox told reporters Thursday that she was “totally disappointed” to find out that she had been turned down for the lead female role of Carly Miller in Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon because she “just didn’t have that Megan Fox look anymore.” “I know that I had a little work done on my brows, nose, lips, eyes, cheeks, and boobs but those were all required maintenance for a 25-year-old,” a sort of frowning Fox said. “The rest of the all-star cast from Transformers 2 was rehired  — Shia LaBeouf, Tyrese Gibson, Josh Duhamel, and John Turturro — they need a hot leading lady to laugh at all their jokes about robot ballsacks.”    

Director Michael Bay weighed in on the matter via skype, “Megan’s a great girl, but I just really needed someone with that Megan Fox look. You know, the sexy siren with the pillowy lips and youthful face. I’m not looking to cast a 40-year-old with a great surgeon as our heroine. If I wanted that, I would have called Cameron Diaz.” At press time Megan Fox was reportedly auditioning for a role in House of Wax II.

 

Before After Megan Fox Plastic Surgery

Written by Kelli

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2 responses to “Megan Fox Loses Role in “Transformers 3” Movie Because She ‘Just Doesn’t Have That Megan Fox Look’

  1. leslie

    I think she still looks the same it’s just her hair and boobs that look different all fixable just cover the boobs and fix the hair the old way. I hope she’s in Transformers the next round…the movies not the same without her.

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