Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly’s Movie Production Paused Again After Two People On Set Test Positive For COVID-19
According to new reports, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly’s movie production has been put on pause due to the fact that two people on set have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. That being said, at this point, cast and crew are supposedly going to CA from Puerto Rico, to resume shooting.
As you might know, Meghan Fox and her new boyfriend, Machine Gun Kelly had been filming their movie, Midnight in the Switchgrass, in Puerto Rico but it looks like they might be going back home much sooner than they originally thought after two people tested positive for coronavirus amid the global pandemic.
A rep for the production company confirmed that everything has been put on pause as a result, via TMZ.
At this point in time, however, the identities of those two infected are yet to be revealed.
This is the second time that production for Midnight in the Switchgrass stops after it also halted in March when things first started getting bad.
They were able to resume filming in July however, while respecting all the safety precautions put in place and yet, two people were still infected.
The two were immediately quarantined since the results came out and TMZ reported that they are both asymptomatic, which is great news.
The same news outlet also says that Randall Emmett, the movie’s director and Vanderpump Rules star, Lala Kent’s fiancé, wants to move the production to Santa Barbara, California.
For the time being, however, it appears that Meghan Markle and Machine Gun Kelly are getting more free time to spend together.
But they are not complaining since they have been inseparable since they first started dating.
In fact, MGK even told a fan who asked him on a date that: ‘I’m locked in already right now. No dates for me. Probably ever,’ suggesting that he sees a future with Meghan.