Just when you think the “twin flames” have shocked you before! Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly’s weekend in Las Vegas for the Billboard Music Awards is making headlines for a number of causes — together with the actress sharing the soiled particulars.

The 36-year-old New Girl alum shared an NSFW textual content alternate — seemingly along with her stylist — from Las Vegas in the early hours of Monday, May 16.

“Was this blue outfit expensive because we just cut a hole in the crotch so we could have sex,” Fox wrote, including a shrugging lady emoji?

The reply she acquired learned, “I hate you. I’ll fix it.”

Earlier in the night, Fox and Kelly, 32, walked the crimson carpet on the BBMAs.

“I feel great! I don’t have to do anything — I did all my work. He still has to perform,” Fox, who rocked a David Koma robe with an excessive slit and gloves, informed E! on the carpet.

“I’m honored they’re letting us do a fan-favorite instead of a single,” the musician, who wore a spiky Dolce & Gabbana go well with, stated forward of his “Twin Flame” efficiency. “So it feels like an honor to show my artistry instead of what’s hot on the radio. Appreciate that.”

When Kelly, whose actual title is Colson Baker, hit the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Sin City on May 15, he sparked the hypothesis that he and Fox had quietly wed.

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“I wrote this song for my wife,” he informed the viewers. Kelly later announced to the group, “And this is for our unborn child.”

Fox and Kelly, who’ve been courting for greater than two years, got engaged in January. Despite him referring to the Transformers star as his partner on stage, he is known as her “fiancée” in the course of the crimson carpet interview.

“It’s my fiancée’s birthday at midnight so we’re celebrating her wonderful life on Planet Earth,” he informed E!.

Fox added, “I’m boring. I don’t drink but I’m sure he’ll go off for me.”

During one other crimson carpet interview, Kelly revealed he penned “Twin Flame” two years in the past to the day.

“He wrote it for me and I, like, ran home and my mom happened to be staying with me at the time. And I was like, ‘Mom, listen, Colson just wrote me this song.’ And I played it for her,” Fox recalled to Access Hollywood on Sunday. “I played it for her and she was like, ‘Well, that’s my future son-in-law. I know that right away.’”