Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 22: (L-R) In this image released on November 22, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly attend the 2020 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 22, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Emma McIntyre /AMA2020/Getty Images for dcp


  • Machine Gun Kelly performed at Sports Illustrated's The Party, which Megan Fox did not attend
  • Kelly did not mention Fox or sing "Twin Flame" during his set
  • His performance came a day before Fox sparked split rumors in a cryptic post on Instagram

The show must go on. Machine Gun Kelly performed on stage Saturday night amid rumors that he and his fiancée Megan Fox have called it quits.

Kelly, 32, rocked at Sports Illustrated's The Party at the Talking Stick Resort & Casino in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the eve of Super Bowl 2023.

He sang and danced to his hits, including "I Think I'm Okay," "My Ex's Best Friend," "Forget Me Too," "El Diablo," "Maybe" and "God Save."

Kelly neither mentioned Fox nor sang "Twin Flame," the song that he often performs to close his sets and is titled after the couple's famous nickname for each other, Page Six reported.

The "Transformers" star was noticeably missing from the event. Unnamed sources told Page Six and People that Fox was absent during Kelly's performance and did not walk the red carpet with him.

Last week, Fox joined Kelly at the 2023 Grammy Awards, where he was nominated for the best rock album for "Mainstream Sellout." They graced the red carpet together in matching metallic ensembles. Kelly wore a silver Dolce & Gabbana suit and a gray mesh top. The "Jennifer's Body" actress opted for a white Zuhair Murad gown with a mesh corset.

Fox and Kelly were last photographed together Friday night at a Waste Management Phoenix Open performance at Coors Light Birds Nest in Scottsdale, Arizona. The "Bloody Valentine" singer said he was electrocuted during his performance at the Super Bowl party.

Page Six obtained a screenshot of Kelly's post from his Instagram Stories that showed his blonde hair standing straight up while performing onstage. He wore a white crop top and silver metallic pants for the show.

"YOOO [exploding head emoji] I GOT ELECTRICUTED (sic) AND MY HAIR STOOD UP," he wrote across a video of him dancing onstage, adding high voltage sign and laughing emojis.

Kelly didn't share further details about the incident. However, according to TMZ, no medical professionals were needed.

After the nearly two-hour show, Kelly and Fox reportedly met up and attended Drake's Super Bowl party, according to TMZ.

But on Sunday, Fox sparked split rumors after sharing a cryptic post on Instagram. She quoted lyrics from the song "Pray You Catch Me" from Beyoncé's 2016 album "Lemonade," writing, "You can taste the dishonesty/ it's all over your breath."

The post included photos of herself and a video of an envelope being burned in a fire pit, according to People.

Fox unfollowed Kelly and wiped all of her photos and videos with him from her Instagram. She then deleted her account afterward.

Kelly's and Fox's representatives did not immediately respond when asked for comments, according to People.

Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly's Engagement Met With Memes And Mixed Reactions
Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly's Engagement Met With Memes And Mixed Reactions