Machine Gun Kelly, Megan Fox debut matching tattoos on their ring fingers

Who needs a wedding band?

Machine Gun Kelly celebrated fiancée Megan Fox’s 36th birthday on Monday by revealing the matching tattoos they have on their respective ring fingers.

“Wishing the happiest birthday to my ethereal light being. i love you maki,” he captioned a series of pics that included the voodoo doll tattoos, Fox on a rollercoaster, characters from Pixar’s “Up” and a recent pic of the couple in matching blue outfits.

The latter was snapped the day before Fox’s actual birthday. The “Jennifer’s Body” star previously posted pics of the bedazzled blue jumpsuit, revealing that the couple “cut a hole in the crotch” so they could have sex.

MGK also posted a photo of these pink voodoo dolls, which the tattoos appear to represent.
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It’s unclear when exactly the couple had time to get tattooed, but MGK, 32, did subtly show off the ink at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards 2022 red carpet, where he matched with Fox in black sequins and spikes. The brunette bombshell’s hands were obscured by her bedazzled David Koma gloves.

This isn’t the engaged duo’s first set of matching tattoos, however.

Ahead of her birthday, Fox revealed that she and Kelly “cut a hole in the crotch” of this jumpsuit so they could have sex.
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In a voice recording on “Banyan Tree (Interlude)” – a track from MGK’s “Tickets to My Downfall” album – the actress says, “You just got my initials tattooed on you. I just got your nickname tattooed on me.”

Fox has the words “el pistolero” — Spanish for “the gunman,” in reference to Machine Gun Kelly — tattooed below her collarbone. MGK has yet to show off her initials.

It’s unknown when exactly the couple got inked, but MGK showed off his finger tattoo — and his $30K manicure — on the 2022 Billboard Music Awards red carpet.
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In addition to committing to tattoos, the two sparked marriage and pregnancy rumors at Sunday’s awards show.

MGK referred to Fox as his “wife” during his performance and dedicated his song about her — entitled “Twin Flames” — to their “unborn child.”