With her new movie "The Dictator" set to hit theaters on May 11th, Megan Fox added to the promotions by landing the cover of the April 2012 issue of Grazia France magazine.
The 25-year-old actress looked alluring for the David Roemer shot spread while opening up about topics such as whether she's ever considered quitting Hollywood and being labeled a "bad" girl.
Highlights from Miss Fox's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Grazia France!
On whether she's flattered by being elected the most beautiful woman of the year by a men's magazine:
"Not really. You know, lists like this - and there are plenty - generally, we elect the girl who plays in the biggest blockbuster of the year."
On whether she ever wanted to leave Hollywood:
"My husband Brian grew up and is from here, his whole family is. It's a good reason to stay."
On whether the image of rebellious and sexy actress irritates her:
"I find it surprising because I go out very little. I was stuck with a picture of a bad girl when I do really nothing to it the contrary: I love to read, hang out at home. I have the impression of being very boring."