Megan Fox Is Making Archeology Great Again

December 1, 2018 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

My two biggest fears in life happen to be pooping in a public place before checking if there’s enough toilet paper and a Megan Fox come back. Both very shitty scenarios. I live life with low expectations. It’s the reason why I don’t wear white underwear on taco and tequila night. It’s also the reason why I’m not surprised someone hired Megan to host a show about archaeology. I’m taking bets in the comment section that this “show” will be a commercial infused full 40 minutes of intermittent jump cuts to Fox’s tits. And if she hosts in anything else other than a neon bikini, I can guarantee the Travel Channel won’t get the ratings they were hoping for.

Entertainment Weekly interviewed the star about her new series Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox, which debuts on the Travel Channel on December 4.

Megan knows this isn’t what the public is expecting of her, but she says “this is something I’m genuinely passionate about…depending on which topic and which thing we’re discussing, I can be quite knowledgeable on archaeology and antiquities.”

“I’ve traveled before, just shooting—we shot the second Transformers at the Great Pyramids in Giza, and we also were at the Temple Karnak in Luxor—so I’ve traveled and seen some of this stuff, which planted seeds along the way of things that felt like places I need to go back to or sparked interest.”

Megan claims that her passion for archeology comes from filming Transformers in Egypt. Which means she happened to look up while repaying the director for her lead role. Seeing pyramids in the distance doesn’t instantly qualify a person to become a raider of the lost ark. Otherwise Megan could do an entire 11 seasons of an HGTV type show where she explains the many different types of ceilings in Hollywood homes. She has experience staring at so many of them from a horizontal vantage point for the mandatory physical exam portion of casting.

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