Due to our raging homosexuality, we find her dull as dishwater.
Maybe that’s a little dismissive, but her brand of sexy doll-face seems pretty obviously geared toward the lady-oriented (but really: straight dudes, because we don’t know one lesbian who goes for this kind of super-plastic look) in the audience and that’s not us. That’s a little unfair to her, because the gal does put the effort in on the style front. And while she would be expected to do no more than wear something tight and revealing every chance she gets, she tries to shoot for “chic” and “interesting” as much as she can. Credit where it’s due, and all.
Maybe this isn’t the most interesting look in the world but she could’ve gotten away with any old tight, short and plunging thing. We appreciate that she chose something with a little drama to it. Even better, it suits her AND it suits the kind of poledance she’s on. There’s a bit in our book about starlets poledancing for sci-fi films and how they can be expected to stick to shiny, futuristic dresses in order to maximize their appeal, so on that front, we’re very pleased. Besides, if Megan Fox isn’t the walking embodiment of “Everyone Wants to Be Me or Do Me,” then we don’t know who is.
We find ourselves desperately wanting “TORTUGAS NINJA” t-shirts.
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