So it seems like people are getting sick of Megan Fox.
Not sure why. She didn’t ask to be photographed ad naseum and asked every question under the sun about her sexuality.
But a bunch of men’s web site are going to remove Megan Fox from their database for the day of August 4.
None of this makes any sense to me. Asylum.com, Ask Men, Just a Guy Thing, TheBachelorGuy.com and Double Viking will not have any photos of the Transformers star, as they celebrate Megan Fox media blackout day.
But in a story about the day is this quote:
Eric Rogell of TheBachelorGuy.com wants to shine the spotlight on a different young starlet, at least for a brief moment – but still admitted Megan has done wonders for his company.
“Listen, we love Megan. She’s responsible for driving more eyeballs to our sites — just by getting photographed walking down the street in a white T-shirt — than any other celeb alive,” he told the paper. “It’s time to give another young actress a shot at the attention. We’re taking a one-day break from covering Megan’s latest nail polish color and instead promoting another ‘Next Big Thing.'”
I’m sorry. What?
The woman is responsible for more people visiting your site than any one else, which means more ad revenue and the fact that the people who work there get paid, and you want to blacklist her for a day? None of this makes any sense.
I think we should do the opposite. So I’m declaring August 4 Megan Fox Day. Check back here next Tuesday for the celebrations of all things Fox-y.