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Megan Fox Applauds Boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly After His Appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Megan Fox Applauds Boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly After His Appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live’

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Megan Fox shared three cutesy photos of her and Machine Gun Kelly in New York City during “SNL week” following MGK’s debut on SNL.  In the post’s caption, Megan named his performance the “best performance that show has ever seen.” Many of Fox’s followers gave high praise to MGK and repeatedly labeled Fox and Kelly as “couple goals.”

MGK’s musical performance

Saturday night was a night of firsts for Saturday Night Live. Both Machine Gun Kelly and host John Krasinki shared their first time on SNL and nailed it. Machine Gun Kelly put his heart and soul into his performance which resulted in nearly falling off the stage after embracing SNL cast-member, Pete Davidson. MGK kicked off his performance with the hit “My Ex’s Best Friend.” The crowd roared as MGK threw his pink electric guitar into the audience.

During his second set, Kelly parted from his rockstar persona and delivered a tear-jerking performance while singing yet another one of his hit songs, “Lonely.” “Lonely” is said to be about his late father. It was evident MGK was holding back his emotions as he sang which multiple fans had acknowledged after his performance.

We all know SNL is full of jokes and laughs, but Machine Gun Kelly and Pete Davidson shared an unscripted fall after they tripped off stage during the closing credits. 

Check it out:

Fans reactions

Megan isn’t the only one who was blown away by her man’s performance. Fans credited MGK for his incredible performance and acknowledged that his father would be proud of his success. Some even claimed Pete Davidson’s and Machine Gun Kelly’s fall as one of their “favorite moments of 2021” yet. 

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Be sure to check out Machine Gun Kelly’s latest album, “Tickets to My Downfall,” on streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music.

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