Megan Fox's Womb Carrying The Next Titan Of Tech, Says Megan Fox

The actress has a sixth sense for these things.
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Who will be the tech genius of tomorrow, coming up with innovations we can't even imagine today? Whose company will receive a $37 billion valuation, be the darling of hedge funds, and make its employees rich beyond their wildest dreams? Look no further than Megan Fox's unborn child with David from 90210.

“You don’t hear an audible voice, but I feel like you receive messages from the child if you’re open to it,” she told Jimmy Kimmel of communicating with her unborn child during an appearance on his eponymous late night show Tuesday...The new addition is the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” actress’ third child with husband Brian Austin Green...The littlest Green has some big shoes to fill: the actress is convinced she’s carrying a “super genius.” “I also feel like this baby is telling me it’s kind of like a Wernher von Braun or an Elon Musk, like a super genius,” she said. While she acknowledges how wacky it might sound, she’s at least got her husband’s support. “He trusts me at this point because I’ve made so many good calls,” she explained. 

Megan Fox thinks she’s pregnant with the next Elon Musk [NYP]

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