Megan Fox is in the process of having her Marilyn Monroe tattoo removed from her right forearm. When asked about the portrait inking, the actress playing Mikaela Banes in the first two "Transformers" movies told Italian magazine Amica that she is getting rid of negative energy.
"I'm removing it," the 25-year-old actress confirmed that she has undergone laser treatments.
Megan apparently didn't only regret having the tattoo. Megan Fox has revealed she is removing her tattoo of Marilyn Monroe in a bid to avoid attracting 'negative energy'.
It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar.
'I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life.'
Former Transformers star Megan has around nine tattoos - other inkings include; a quote on her shoulder reading 'We will all laugh at gilded butterflies' and a tribal mark on her left wrist.
Megan Fox, 24, has opened up about her ongoing tattoo removal of the Marilyn Monroe portrait on her right forearm.
"I'm removing it," Fox told Italian fashion magazine Amica. "It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar. The above photo shows Fox's tattoo at the Golden Globe awards in January and before treatment, at the 2009 at the Teen Choice Awards.
Several celebrities have removed tattoos - especially those who had their significant other's name inked on them, such as Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen and former married couple Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton. Johnny Depp famously had his Winona Ryder tribute tattoo "Winona Forever" partially removed to read, "Wino Forever."
Fox will appear next in director Jennifer Westfeldt's ("Kissing Jessica Stein") comedy, "Friends with Kids" alongside the director's husband Jon Hamm ("Mad Men"), Kristen Wiig and Adam Scott.
The actress is currently filming "This is Forty," Judd Apatow's spin-off of the 2007 movie "Knocked Up." The film also stars John Lithgow, Chris O'Dowd, Albert Brooks, "Knocked Up" actors Jason Segel and Charlyne Yi and Melissa McCarthy, who starred in the Apatow produced film "Bridesmaids" and Ava Sambora, daughter of actress Heather Locklear and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora.