“I haven’t gone completely insane. But it might happen soon.”
Might? She’s already admitted to partial insanity, so the full crazy shouldn’t be too far off.
“I need to behave in a way and handle myself in a way that will cause people to take me seriously,” she says. “You can be sexy and be intelligent and be taken seriously, or you can be sexy and you can be out at clubs every night and not be taken seriously.”
Or you can talk about destroying Middle America! U know, that place she growed up in? Cuz there’s those dang anti-gay hillbillies livin’ there. Unlike those progressive Californians who voted against gay marriage.
Fox, who rose to fame with the first ‘Transformers’ flick, says she’s trying to wrap her head around the sudden attention she’s getting.
“I definitely feel ill-prepared. I mean, I don’t know if anyone ever sits back and goes, ‘Now is the moment that I think I should be a famous celebrity.’
“I know I’m struggling with trying to figure out how to live in it, but I definitely feel it’s premature. I mean, I was in one movie that people have seen.”
“I see some people who have to deal with it on an everyday basis — I am not a Jennifer Aniston or a Britney Spears or even a Lindsay Lohan, you know? My pictures don’t sell for that kind of money.”
But they will… when she goes total bats**t taking her freshly shaved head on an umbrella-wielding, drunken-driving rampage through her girlfriend’s front door.