Bosses tell Megan Fox to fatten up for Transformers sequel

thecheers.org    2008-07-16 18:28:22    

Melbourne, July 16 : Skinny American actress Megan Fox has been ordered to put on weight to secure her role in the next Transformer movie.
Skinny American actress Megan Fox has been ordered to put on weight to secure her role in the next Transformer movie.

The role required for her to put on weight and to fill out her frame, adding a few more curves to her already sexy body.

Fox was spotted at the FOX Television Critics Association party in Santa Monica looking a little curvier beneath her Star Wars T-shirt and jeans, as reported by Foxnews.com on July 16.

The second instalment of the Transformers movie require Fox to gain 10 pounds in three weeks for her role, after she had dramatically and dangerously lost weight for her last film, 'Jennifer's Body'.

"I should have toned up for 'Transformers' but I'm really lazy. I had to put on weight," Daily Telegraph quoted her as saying.

"I'd lost a lot of weight and got really scrawny, but I was told I had to put on size for 'Transformers' because Michael [Bay, the director] doesn't like skinny girls," she added. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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