On Friday night, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly attended the annual Casamigos Halloween Party in Beverly Hills and as usual, they went all out with their couple’s costume. The pair were dressed as iconic characters from Kill Bill: Volume 1, Quentin Tarantino’s 2003 hit film.
Fox dressed as the assassin Gogo Yubari, originally played by actress Chiaki Kuriyama, wearing her easy-to-identify schoolgirl outfit and carrying her weapon of choice—a mace on a chain. This costume prop looked like it might double as a purse. She added a black wig with bangs and fake blood on her face, which means she was Gogo post-death. On her feet were white platform Mary Janes over white knee socks.
MGK was the movie’s “Bride” character, played by Uma Thurman. He wore the character’s most famous look, a yellow jumpsuit with black racing stripes. He was also carrying a Samurai sword and dabbed all over with fake blood. He left his own bleached blonde hair down in a messy approximation of Thurman’s look from the movie.
The yearly Casamigos Tequila event is always star-studded, and this year was no exception. In attendance were Cindy Crawford, Randy Gerber, Kaia Gerber, Austin Butler, Justin Bieber, Paris Hilton, Alessandra Ambrosio, Sarah Hyland, Victoria Justice, Edward Norton, and Jenna Dewan.
Kelly and Fox have been engaged since January 2022, but in February 2023, they appeared to hit a rough spot. Fox suddenly deleted most photos of her fiancé off of Instagram, and posted lyrics from Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” an album famously about infidelity. Since then, they appear to have reconciled, though a source speaking with Entertainment Tonight in July said that they were doing a lot of work on their relationship.
“[They’re] continuing to work through things and still going to couples therapy,” the insider said. “Megan is very adamant about keeping that consistent. It’s an absolute necessity for her in order to have them heal and move forward. They are both doing their best to make their relationship work and making an effort.”
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, will be released by Dial Press in February 2022.