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Megan Fox ends interview over baby talk

2012-05-07 09:03
 
Megan Fox
Los Angeles - Megan Fox cut an interview with Steve Jones short as he prepared to ask her about her rumoured pregnancy.

Steve managed to bring up the subject that Megan and Brian Austin Green might be expecting their first child while asking the Dictator star about her favourite gadget.

He said: "Do you know the ultimate gadget that every man wants? A baby."

During the interview with Entertainment Weekly, she replied: "A baby? Oh, I know where you're going with this?"

Tongue-in-cheek apology

The former X Factor USA host then attempted to ask the actress if she is expecting, but she didn't react well.

She retorted: "You hear the grumbles... No, no."

A publicist then reportedly could be heard asking him to end the question and answer session, prompting the presenter to politely terminate it for the camera.

He said: "Either way, Megan, it was a pleasure talking to you."

The presenter later made a tongue-in-cheek apology for his questioning. 

He joked: "I'd like to formally apologise to Ms Fox for attacking her with the word baby. Thankfully, there was a publicist there to stop me."

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