Mean Betty on “Maternal” Megan Fox
The poor dear on her yearnings for motherhood and the horrible pressures of fame.
Poor, poor Megan Fox. Mean Betty’s heart just bleeds for her. The delightful creature has bequeathed another interview chock full of words of wisdom on the world – she and her cleavage are on the cover of this month’s W. Mean Betty isn’t sure what’s more fascinating – Megan’s claim that she’s “really, really maternal” or her insistence, as usual, that, basically it’s hard to be her.
Megan as a mommy – now there’s food for thought. As she so poignantly tells W: “No one believes me when I talk about this, but I’m really maternal… I worry that because I’ve always wanted [kids] so much, as the world goes sometimes, I won’t be able to have them, even though I would be able to provide them with such an amazing environment.”
Amazing is definitely the word.
But, dear, wouldn’t you be worried about bringing children into this cruel, cruel world where beautiful young movie stars have to endure the horrors of being famous? “It’s an immense amount of pressure, celebrity itself,” says Megan about the trials and tribulations of celebrity, “I didn’t sign up for that.”
Of course not you poor thing! By becoming a movie star, accepting sexpot roles in which your main requirement is to look good in practically invisible cut-off shorts, taking a bubble bath in a Super Bowl commercial, and doing ever-so-modest ad campaigns in your underwear, why you’re obviously trying to remain invisible to the world! Why must it plague you so?