KONA, HI – WWN has confirmed that Megan Fox married Brian Austin Green on June 24th. WWN also confirmed that she is still a man.
Megan Fox was born Mitchell Reed Fox in Rockwood, Tennessee, and was encouraged by his parents to dress in women’s clothing and to pursue his dream of becoming a supermodel and actress. Mitchell legally changed his name to Megan in 2003, but his parents still use his birth name. Darlene Fox told WWN, “We’re so proud of Mitchell. He always wanted to become the world’s most beautiful woman and to walk down the aisle in a wedding gown and now… he’s done it!”
Darlene went on to say that she doesn’t’ feel like she’s lost a son, but instead feels she’s gained a daughter and another son. Megan’s longtime love Green feels like the luckiest guy in the world because he’s gained a wife and a brother on the same day.
Fox and Green started dating in 2004, but split in February 2009 after a two-year engagement – right after Megan announced to the world at the Golden Globes that she was a man. But within a few months they had reconciled and Green, 36, popped the question again to Fox, 24, on June 1, 2009. Green said that even though Megan is a man, she is still more beautiful than anyone on the planet and “you have to make compromises in marriage.” Megan, who still refuses to undergo sexual reassignment surgery, is ecstatic that Green has accepted her and embraced her maleness. “I’m more in love with him now than I was in the beginning.”
Fox wore a plain strapless Giorgio Armani wedding dress – simple, yet elegant. One guest overheard Fox saying she thought she looked like Alan Alda in her wedding gown. Alda did not attend the wedding, but he did say that Megan looked much better in a wedding gown than did Corporal Klinger from M*A*S*H. “It’s not easy for a man to look good in a strapless gown, but Megan really pulls it off.”
Rumors that Fox had a 16-foot train put on her gown because she was born with a two foot lizard tail are not true. The investigative team at Weekly World News proved the Foxtail story to be completely bogus.
The wedding reception at the Four Seasons was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the intimate group in attendance. Megan gave a humorous and touching Best Man speech, then tossed her garter. The couple’s first dance was to a new version of the Michael Bolton classic entitled, “When A Man Loves A Woman Who Is A Man.”
Green and Fox met on the set of the sitcom, Hope and Faith, which became their honeymoon mantra.