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Megan Fox Beats DJ Khaled in Fortnite Battle Hosted by Kinda Funny's Greg Miller

Megan Fox DJ Khaled Fortnite Battle
Megan Fox crushed DJ Khaled in a Fortnite match hosted by Kinda Funny's Greg Miller! (Credit: Evil Geniuses via Twitter)

"Transformers" star Megan Fox beat mega-producer DJ Khaled in a Fortnite battle hosted by Kinda Funny's Greg Miller. There were even some famous friends there to cheer the two on.

DJ Khaled and actress Megan Fox recently competed in a three-round Fortnite competition in front of more than 1 million viewers. The event was to kick off LG Electronics USA's Only On OLED. Even before the battle, Fox was confident of victory:

"This time I'm playing against DJ Khaled - and I'm going to crush him".

The contest began on May 12 at 5 p.m. PT. Other familiar faces were also live, including Kinda Funny's Greg Miller, who hosted the stream.

Who Guest Starred in the Fortnite Battle Between Megan Fox and DJ Khaled?

During the Twitch StreamDJ Khaled was coached by Evil Geniuses' Justin "FearItSelf" Kats, while Megan Fox was assisted by legendary Evil Geniuses Counter-Strike coach Wilton "Zews" Prado.

Fox was also accompanied by her friend Machine Gun Kelly during the 90-minute video game match, while Khaled apparently kept begging Travis Scott to support him in the match. The latter, however, was not seen in the stream.

Megan Fox emerges as the winner of DJ Khaled Fortnite Battle

Fox lost to Khaled in the first round of the match-up. She later defeated him in the second and third rounds, which made her the winner of the challenge. Kelly, meanwhile, danced behind Fox's couch and celebrated the victory.

The matchup can be viewed on LG's exclusive FOMO Channel app, as well as the above YouTube video.


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Original article by EarlyGame's Alisa Eiber.