Megan Fox Recreated Her 'Jennifer's Body' Prom Dress at the 2024 People's Choice Awards

She's killing us with this look.



With talks of a Jennifer's Body sequel potentially in the works, Megan Fox is manifesting a remake with her goth-glam look at the 2024 People's Choice Awards. On Sunday, the actress attended the award show in an outfit that was an apparent nod to her character Jennifer Check's prom dress.

Taking the stage alongside actor Joe Manganiello, Fox presented Tom Hiddleston with the Sci-fi/Fantasy Show of the Year Award for his work in Loki while wearing a shimmery, strapless white corset dress that featured a side slit and a ruched bodice. While the gown vaguely resembled the white dress with black lace that Megan wore in the 2009 film, her stylings — a black choker necklace, vampy red lip, and mid-aughts-inspired caged heels — were spot-on.



Megan's bubblegum pink hair with dark roots was worn down in loose waves with a middle part, and she finished off her glam with shimmery lids, feathered lashes, and dark eyeliner.

Later that evening, Megan confirmed the Jennifer's Body reference with a slideshow of snapshots of her outfit on Instagram, writing in the caption: "jennifer’s prom dress x final fantasy cosplay (cursed bride edition)."

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Last year, Megan revealed that she identifies with the possessed cheerleader not just style-wise, but also spiritually while speaking with Women's Wear Daily. “I feel like that’s such a good representation of who I am in general,” she told the outlet. “Before she was turned into a demon and she became this Goth icon, [Jennifer] was this poppy, typical cheerleader, Forever 21 girl.” Fox continued, "She was that typical girl who then there was this other side to her where she became the sort of demon sorceress. And I am both of those things, and I always have been.”

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