Did he kiss their relationship goodbye?
Machine Gun Kelly attended the world premiere of Peacock’s “Bupkis” in New York City without his fiancee Megan Fox amid rumors that the couple’s relationship was turbulent.
MGK, 33, looked sullen and serious as she posed alone on the red carpet for Thursday night’s Apollo Theater event.
The “Bloody Valentine” singer showed off her tattoos in a see-through red tank top, violet-print pants, blue sneakers, and sunglasses.
She also pulled her hair back tightly into a high ponytail; it was a more elegant look than her usual messy blonde curls.
The punk rocker came to the premiere to support his close friend, 29-year-old Pete Davidson, who produced and starred in Peacock, a fictionalized version of the life of a “Saturday Night Live” graduate.
Colson Baker-born MGK also guest-starred on the streamable show, which also starred Edie Falco (59), Joe Pesci (80), and Davidson’s current girlfriend, Chase Sui Wonders (26).
While Davidson, who didn’t walk the carpet with the Wonders, looked ecstatic, Kelly looked lonely when Fox, 36, skipped celebrating her boyfriend’s cameo.
Fox’s absence continued to fuel rumors that the duo was headed for disaster. Just this week, breakup speculation skyrocketed when Kelly celebrated her 33rd birthday, apparently without the “Transformers” alum.
The “Maybe” singer shared photos from her birthday celebrations with her 13-year-old daughter, Casie, but Fox was nowhere to be seen.
The “Jennifer’s Body” actress and Kelly first sparked breakup rumors in February when she unfollowed her on Instagram and deleted several photos of them together on social media.
Fans were convinced that Kelly was cheating on guitarist Sophie Lloyd, but denied the rumors, and Fox later clarified that “there was no third-party interference in this relationship.”
That month, Page Six exclusively reported that Kelly and Fox went to couples therapy “everyday via Zoom” to save their relationship.
“Megan thinks they should give therapy a chance before making any permanent decisions,” a source told us at the time.
And last month, a source claimed they were “taking a break” and putting their wedding plans on hold.
“They’re so hot and cold,” a source told Us Weekly. “They stopped their wedding planning to work on their problems.”
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Soon, however, they were seen enjoying a vacation together in Hawaii and apparently quelled rumors that their relationship had deteriorated.
At the time, a source told the Daily Mail that he and Kelly were “officially back after going through a tough time in their relationship.”
The musician started dating Fox in 2020 and proposed to her less than two years later.
Fox was previously married to Brian Austin Green, with whom she shared three children.