Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly walked out with Avril Lavigne and Mod Sun in West Hollywood. The four stars followed COVID-19 guidelines by wearing black face masks. They had supper at BOA Steakhouse on Sunset Boulevard before heading to Rainbow Bar.
The couple wore identical black ensembles. Fox put on a midriff-baring top, a yoke of jeans, and a long blazer, while Kelly wore a plain black shirt, pants, and an outsized jacket. He also had his purple-bleached hair styled into three braids.
Fox and Kelly were finally joined by the “Sk8er Boi” singer, 36, and the “Karma” rapper, 33. Avril Lavigne had a black nunnery Dawn sweatshirt on and black chamois pants. Mod wore stylish banded long sleeves and ebony pants.
All four followed COVID-19 protocols by wearing face masks when they reached in separate cars. However, Mod’s mask stayed out since it had the name of his recent album, “Internet Killed The Rockstar,” written on it.
When they reached outside BOA Steakhouse, they pleasantly chatted and took images with some fans. After their meal, the foursome directed to the Rainbow Bar and Grill lower the boulevard.
Sharing a pic of their dessert to her Instagram Story that evening, Lavigne wrote in all caps, “Let the celebrations started @ModSun. Thank you, @BOA.”
It’s worth remark that Avril Lavigne and Mod first sparked dating rumors when they were photographed grabbing dinner at BOA Steakhouse in February. The sighting approached less than a month after they released their collaboration track, “Flames.”
Mod Sun, whose stage name stands for “Movement On Dreams Stand Under None,” has earlier raved about his moment in the studio with Avril Lavigne.
“Avril Lavigne has one of my darling voices in music,” he said in a statement. “It’s so strong and certain, yet filled with emotion. This song maintains a lot more weight than meets the eye.
“Mod and I had an immediate connection from the first day in the studio. He’s an amazing artist and producer,” added Lavigne. “This is the first of many.”
As for Fox and Kelly, they first meet on the shoot of their forthcoming film, “Midnight in the Switchgrass.” After firing romance rumors in May 2020, they officially confirmed their relationship on Instagram in July. There are rumors that Megan Fox is leaving rapper Machine Gun Kelly for her ex-partner Brian Austin Green.
Speaking to NYLON last November, the Jennifer’s Body actress called her relationship with the musician “a lifetime thing.”
And sharing that they have a bond of “mythic proportions,” Fox added that “loving Kelly is like being in love with a flood or a forest fire.”
Opening up about their relationship last year, Kelly said that he fell in love for Fox’s first moment. “That was my first encounter with being open to love and stuff like that. I wasn’t set up to believe that that’s something that might ever exist,” he said during a September show on The Howard Stern.
Fox was previously wedded to actor Brian Austin Green. They had quietly broken up several months before her relationship with Kelly went public. Megan formally filed for divorce last November.