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Megan Fox: I'm not wild

Published 28/02/2012 | 19:30

Megan Fox
Megan Fox

Megan Fox has dispelled the myth that she is a bad girl saying she is "not wild."

The 25-year-old actress claims the public perception of her is completely different to who she is having drawn comparisons with a young Angelina Jolie.

In the April issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, the brunette beauty addresses why she has the image of a tough starlet.

"It's because I have tattoos and I say curse words, and apparently, that's crazy," she told the publication.

"I think maybe I give off this energy of seeming like I don't give a f**k, and that's misinterpreted. But I'm not wild."

Megan also spoke about her relationship with Beverly Hills 90210 actor Brian Austin Green, 38, who she married in June 2010.

"I didn't know who he was since I was too young for [his show]," she said. "But the first time I saw him, I got butterflies. And the first time he casually touched me? There was so much electricity."

"We've had obstacles, and we've overcome them. I truly feel like he's my soul mate. I don't want to sound corny or cliché, but I do believe we are destined to live this part of our lives together."

Megan appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night where she spoke about her regrets with littering her body with "eight or nine" tattoos.

She is currently in the painful process of getting her Marilyn Monroe design removed from the inside of her right forearm.

"It hurts really bad," Megan said adding that although it seemed a great idea in her teenage years to get them done, she doesn't feel the same way about them now.

"I was stubborn and I thought that I would love it forever, or that it would be like a book of my life, all the things that I loved when I was younger," she revealed. "And it's not that at all."

"Getting them is not that bad, but the laser, when it's hitting the ink, your skin sort of explodes and looks like little kernels of popcorn popping. They can't numb it enough to make the pain go away."

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