Megan Fox Had 1 Condition Before Agreeing To 'Call Her Daddy' Interview

Before agreeing to be interviewed on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast, Megan Fox made sure she was showing her good side.

During an interview on “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” “Call Her Daddy” host Alex Cooper said that Fox agreed to the podcast interview only if she could sit in Cooper’s usual seat.

“The only time I switched [seats] was when Megan Fox was like, ‘I will come on. Just one request. I have to sit in your seat.’ And I was like, ‘Absolutely, sweetie. Come, come, let’s go,’” Cooper told Meyers during Monday’s episode.

During Fox’s March appearance on “Call Her Daddy,” Fox revealed all the plastic surgery she’s gotten, including a breast augmentation, a nose job, Botox and filler. She said she’s never had a facelift or buccal fat removal, though.

“I’ve literally been accused of having six, seven or eight rhinoplasty surgeries,” she said. “Which is impossible, your nose would get necrosis and fall off. I haven’t had a rhinoplasty since I was, I’m gonna say, 23. It’s been well over a decade.”

She also revealed that while she was married to actor Brian Austin Green, she was “falling in love with other people all the time.”

“I would go to work and fall in love because I was a kid, and I never had the full freedom to be single and experience that life,” she said. “And I thought for a minute when I got divorced that that’s what I was going to do, and I was single for three weeks.”

While Fox was successful getting Cooper to change seats, not all celebrities have been as lucky. Jimmy Kimmel said on an episode of “Watch What Happens Live” that Barbra Streisand wanted to switch seats with Kimmel on his late-night show and said he couldn’t mention the change on the show. Kimmel declined, and Streisand hasn’t been on the show. Jimmy Fallon and “The Tonight Show” seemingly obliged Streisand’s request when she was a guest on a 2014 episode. On the episode, Fallon welcomes her to the stage and tells her to sit behind the desk because it was her first time on the show in over 50 years.

Andy Cohen said on the “Today” show that he always switches seats with Mariah Carey at her request when she is a guest on “Watch What Happens Live.”