Despite her health problems, Megan Fox was determined to make it to Clive Davis’ pre-GRAMMYs gala.
The 36-year-old actress fractured her wrist and got a concussion before going to the star-studded event on Sunday in Beverly Hills, California, as she shared on Instagram. She was wearing a stunning Alexis Mabille red strapless gown when she was captured on camera at the event alongside Machine Gun Kelly. Though attractive overall, she stood out most because of the bright pink brace on her right hand.
I got off the aircraft with a fractured wrist and a concussion and went straight to a Grammys party,” Fox wrote on Instagram.
Fox’s ailments and timing remain a mystery, but she and MGK still managed to have a great time and had something to cheer about. With Mainstream Sellout, he was nominated for his first GRAMMY, but he has some tough competition in the category of Best Rock Album. Among the other nominations are the Black Keys (for their album Dropout Boogie) and Elvis Costello and the Imposters for their album The Boy Named If.
Meanwhile, Fox and Kelly had fun at Davis’ annual pre-GRAMMYs celebration celebrating Atlantic Records executive Julie Greenwald and Atlantic Records chairman and CEO Craig Kallman.
ET’s Denny Directo talked to Davis earlier this month about the significance of the party before music’s biggest night.
The event, which he told ET was the “biggest party in the world,” was a celebration of music with such a unique flavor that it had earned the moniker.
“I genuinely am thrilled,” the legendary musician concluded. “The excitement and anticipation that the community feels for this evening are very heartwarming. Together, I believe we’ll have a night that’s worthy of its reputation.”
Since Davis has been throwing the celebration every year since 1976, he has “many highlights” from each year’s event to recall.
“I was leaving Arista, which was one of the joys…
Both Whitney Houston and Carlos Santana were the only acts I booked “He thought back on it. “We’re tied together forever,” [Whitney] declared after only two or three songs. And there are two songs I’d want to sing to you in particular. During this time she sang “I Believe in You and Me.” And, of course, made me and everyone else present cry. In addition, “I Will Always Love You” is sung. Wow, such a fantastic recollection!”