Okay, Who Replaced Megan Fox with a Stepford Robot, and When Can we have the Real One Back?

You know the best part about Megan Fox? She’s 23 years old and she hasn’t learned the concept of filters or even what “burning bridges” mean just yet. It’s not her fault, really; the girl is, after all, only 23, and you gotta figure she’s never been told to “shut it” in her life because of her looks. Which probably resulted in her calling Michael Bay Hitler, then getting slapped around by the crew for her comments, before jumping back onboard to work with Bay on “Transformers 3”. The latest Fox-capade has the actress doing the demure thing on Spike TV’s recent awards show thingie that no one saw because, let’s face it, no one needs another damn awards show that doesn’t mean squat.

Fox showed off the new and not-improved Megan Fox at Spike TV’s 4th annual Scream Awards. Yes, this thing has been going for four years now, and you still don’t know about it, do you? Shame on you! Anyways, Fox won the Best Sci-Fi Actress Award or some such, and said this in her speech:

“I don’t usually do this, but I wanted to say something. There have been a lot of false reports about how I feel about this movie. I just want to be very clear that I’ve always felt I’m a very ordinary part of an extraordinary film… The movie took me out of obscurity and gave me a career, and I’m completely grateful to everyone involved with this franchise.”

Oh, evil Hollywood agents and managers, what have you done with our Megan Fox and when can we have her back? This is no way to save a career, boys. If all we wanted as another plastic Hollywood starlet with no acting ability, we could have chosen the three gazillion other actresses in Hollywood right now. What made Megan Fox Megan Fox was that acid tongue of hers, the one that proclaimed her vagina isn’t more special than the girl next door?

Sigh. Come back to us, Megan Fox! Come back to us…

Wait, Michael, so you want me to run INTO the fire? Um, isn't that dangerous?

Wait, Michael, so you want me to run INTO the fire? Um, isn't that dangerous?