See Megan Fox’s best Machine Gun Kelly impression in “Bloody Valentine”
'Tickets To My Downfall' will be coming this summer.May 20, 2020
It’s time to find out whose foot it really is on Machine Gun Kelly‘s face for the cover art of “Bloody Valentine.” The genre-blending rapper dropped the first single from his upcoming pop-punk album Tickets To My Downfall back in April. Now, MGK is unleashing the music video for the chart-topping track to the world.
Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker previously gave the track its live debut on The Late Late Show With James Corden. They also dropped a behind the scenes video for the making of the track last week.
On May 19, Machine Gun Kelly let the world know the good news. We would be receiving the official “Bloody Valentine” video on May 20.
i guess we’ll find out who’s foot this is tomorrow…any guesses? there’s a 50% chance it’s Travis’s. ???
A little bit afterward, Kels announced when it would be hitting the world.
Machine Gun Kelly also tweeted that he “can’t wait to wake up today.” As if we weren’t hyped enough already.
can’t wait to wake up today.
— blonde don (@machinegunkelly) May 20, 2020
Fox plays MGK’s lover and with the song being titled “Bloody Valentine” it might not be the healthiest of relationships. The video takes us through a day in the life of the pair. Machine Gun Kelly spends most of it in bondage. As if things couldn’t get any worse, it all comes to a shocking conclusion. Watch it below.
Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are also working on a crime thriller film together. The movie, titled Midnight In The Switchgrass focuses on the infamous Truck Stop Killer and also stars Bruce Willis.
MGK teased a tattoo he’ll be sporting in the film in a post on Instagram a couple of months ago.
There is currently no release date or other details as the film’s production was halted three days after filming started due to coronavirus.
Originally, MGK’s record was thought to be released in early 2020 after plenty of teasers in December and early on in 2020. Those included but were not limited to clips of ongoing collaborations such as that with Bert McCracken of the Used or YUNGBLUD and Mod Sun. Interviews were done where Barker and MGK talked about the record and how the name came about and discuss ongoing studio sessions.
MGK extended the wait, but at least gave an update when he dropped another teaser that Tickets To My Downfall would be coming this summer.
But, Machine Gun Kelly has been doing ore than just Tickets To My Downfall. MGK has been keeping everyone including himself entertained during quarantine. MGK and Barker embraced their pop-punk energy with a cover of Paramore’s “Misery Business.”
Tell us what you think of Machine Gun Kelly’s video for “Bloody Valentine” in the comments below! Honestly, we’re a little bummed it wasn’t Barker’s foot.