Ellen: Megan Fox Friends With Kids & Tattoo Removal

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Megan Fox: Friends With Kids Movie

Megan Fox is one in a string of familiar faces in the cast of the new movie Friends With Kids. Other familiar faces include Saturday Night Live star Kristen Wiig and Parks & Recreation’s Adam Scott.

Read Ellen’s Jon Hamm Friends With Kids Interview.

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Megan said it was amazing to work on this movie, which has a lot of cast crossover with 2011’s comedy smash Bridesmaids. Friends With Kids opens in theaters March 9 2012.

Ellen: Megan Fox Interview

Megan Fox talked with Ellen about the cast of her new movie, "Friends With Kids." (Image Credit: Featureflash / Shutterstock.com)

Ellen Scares Megan Fox

Before becoming an actress, Megan Fox worked the cash register at a Florida smoothie shop.

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“But once a week…someone had to dress up a a piece of fruit,” she explained, adding that she dressed as a banana.

While they talked, unbeknownst to Megan, a man in a banana costume was sneaking up behind her, because Ellen loves to prank her guests.

Read about Ellen Scaring Steve Harvey.

Ellen: Megan Fox Banana Costume

As Megan talked about the challenges of wearing the banana costume the smoothie shop, the banana man grabbed her, and she screamed in terror.

I guess you assume that a talk show taping is a safe place to be, and that you won’t get accosted during an interview. Can the guests not see the monitors? Also, how does Ellen keep her guests from swearing when she does this to them?

Megan Fox Tattoo Removal

Megan told Ellen she’s getting a tattoo removed from her arm, which Ellen heard is more painful than getting a tattoo done in the first place. She has a tattoo of Marilyn Monroe on her arm, and she said the laser removal process is excruciating.

Read about Tattoo Removal Techniques.

Megan Fox & Ellen Tattoo Advice

Megan shared advice for young people: “Kids, don’t ever get tattoos,” she said. “It’s not worth it.”

Ellen agreed with Megan’s advice, saying she has never had a tattoo. “I don’t understand tattoos at all,” the host said. “People who do them love them, but I can’t imagine just doing it in the first place.”

Young people might be more likely to take risks such as getting tattoos because their brains are not fully developed. Read about Teen Brain Development & Peer Pressure.

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