VIDEO: Radar On The Red Carpet: Transformers' Star Studded Premiere!

Jun. 23 2009, Published 3:11 p.m. ET

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It was Monday night mayhem in Los Angeles for the star-studded premiere of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Reporters were shouting questions, fans were cheering and Megan Fox and Shia Leboeuf were transformed by all the attention.

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A very glamorous Megan Fox flashed her tattoo-- and said she may add to it: "I may do something around the Marilyn Tattoo." Reality star Aubrey O'Day had a suggestion for Megan: "Put-- I love Aubrey on your a** cheek."

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Joe Don Rooney from Rascal Flatts announced Megan looks like his wife ---playmate, and Celebrity Apprentice alum,  Tiffany Fallon.

And Girls Next Door's Bridget Marquardt said Megan should pose for Playboy: "I'm sure that all the readers of PB including Hef--- would love to see her in it, I'm not sure she wants to do it, but I think she should, she has the body and everything."

Tiny gymnast Shawn Johnson proclaimed:  "I'm a big Shia and Megan fan."

Since transforming was the theme of the evening...the stars envisioned their own transformations.

Basketball star Ron Artest had to think... Transformer star Matthew Marsden said he wants to transform himself in to Steve McQueen--then realized he's dead...oops.

Playmate Monica Hansen wants to transform herself in to the sun--(of course she does).

And basketball star Ron Artest finally decided to transform into a Bugatti.

Kendra Wilkinson was emphatic as she announced: "I'm transforming now in to a big pregnant woman-- that's what I'm doing."

And reporter Tina Malave elected to transform herself into Miss Megan Fox, the new queen of Hollywood!


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