"We're joining in the media blackout and giving our readers a one-day reprieve from the woman we've been drowning in all summer," the Daily Express quoted James Bassil, AskMen.com editor, as saying. The Transformers star has made a lot of news in the past year and has been regularly voted as the sexiest women in the world.
Now, websites serving men fantasies are planning to replace Fox with some other hottie as the pin-up girl. Eric Rogell at TheBachelorGuy.com said: "It's time to give another young actress a shot at the attention. We're taking a one-day break from covering Megan's latest nail polish colour and instead promoting another Next Big Thing."
The Megan Fox 'media blackout' will take place on 4 August.
London (ANI): The editors of America's biggest male websites seem to believe that they have given fans an overdose of Megan Fox this summer, so they've decided to boycott news related to her for a day. Section of the media has vowed to disengage her from the limelight and not cover any news related to her nor publish her pictures on one particular day.