Megan Fox Claps Back at Love Is Blind Chelsea’s Comparison

In the whirlwind of internet chatter surrounding Love Is Blind’s latest season, one unexpected topic has caught the attention of both fans and celebrities alike: Chelsea Blackwell’s claim that she bears a striking resemblance to none other than Megan Fox.

In an exclusive interview with E! News, Fox herself addressed the frenzy, admitting, “I’ve never had more people text me about something.” Despite her limited TV consumption, Fox couldn’t escape the buzz surrounding Blackwell’s revelation.

“Even other celebrities at like Oscar parties were like, ‘Do you watch Love is Blind?'” Fox shared. “And I was like, ‘No, but I know what you’re talking about.'”

While Fox didn’t catch the show firsthand, she weighed in on the controversy, expressing her disapproval of the bullying Blackwell faced. “I didn’t watch it, but I think in general, no one deserves to get bullied,” Fox stated emphatically. “I don’t think she deserved that. I think people went way too hard.”

Blackwell’s revelation came during a candid moment on the show, where she mentioned being frequently compared to “MGK’s girlfriend,” referring to Fox. Despite Blackwell’s modest dismissal of the resemblance, the internet latched onto the comparison, showcasing both the power and pitfalls of online discourse.

Responding to the uproar with grace, Blackwell humorously called for those who’ve likened her to Fox to step forward, even playfully mentioning other celebrities she’s been compared to, including Adele and Katy Perry.

Acknowledging the resemblance firsthand, Fox commented, “A hundred thousand percent, people have told her, ‘You kind of look like Megan Fox.'” She expressed hope that Blackwell maintains her confidence amid the scrutiny, empathizing with the challenges of being in the public eye.

Reflecting on her own experiences with bullying, Fox shared a message of support for Blackwell, wishing her “best wishes and blessings” and hoping she hasn’t endured the same struggles.

In the world of social media, where comparisons and commentary abound, Fox’s response offers a reminder of the importance of empathy and understanding, especially in the face of unwarranted criticism.