Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly Matched In Barbie Pink At The iHeartRadio Music Awards

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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly made a splash at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday when they were photographed touching tongues on the red carpet.

On Thursday night (May 27), they had their second awards show date of the week at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles. Kelly did not have a black tongue this time, but he and Fox were still affectionate in front of the cameras, with Kelly seemingly kissing the back of Fox's head in one shot.

Sartorially, the two complemented each other, Fox in a Barbie pink jumpsuit while Kelly wore a white suit embellished with a matching pink butterfly.

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Kelly won 'the award for Alternative Rock Album on the night. Earlier this week, he made headlines for revealing when Fox said 'I love you' to him for the first time. That one-year anniversary was on Tuesday, May 25. 'She said "i love you" one year ago today,' Kelly wrote on Twitter.

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Fox has been vocal about how connected she feels to Kelly. In November, she called their relationship a 'once in a lifetime thing' in a Kelly cover story published on Nylon.

'Loving him is like being in love with a tsunami or a forest fire,' she said with a laugh. 'The intensity of merging with him is just overwhelming, and the threat it poses is so powerful but so beautiful that you have no choice to surrender with reverence and with gratitude.'

Kelly, meanwhile, spoke about how falling in love with Fox changed him and led him to take better care of himself.

'Love is not what’s being encouraged now,' he started. 'In fact, it’s exactly the opposite: Everything now is isolation, dehumanisation, separation. And f**k, dude, you have in your head that you’re this rock star, with multiple women and all that… So finding someone that can take you out of the fast lane and make sure that you’re safe, because at any minute you can crash—I love that it can evolve into that.'

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