“Megan Fox is super hot,” the screen siren, 69, tells me during The Greenbrier Casino Club gala opening held this week in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. “She’s the front runner.”
Raquel adds, “But there are so many, and I think they’re all fabulous.”
For Megan, who wed longtime beau Brian Austin Green last month, being considered a sex symbol is an honor.
“It’s surreal, and I don’t think you ever get used to it,” she says. “It’s a blessing. I’m lucky to be where I am today.”
Still, her Jennifer’s Body director Karyn Kusama believes having supreme good looks isn’t as great as it may seem.
“I think beauty is definitely a very, very mixed blessing,” she tells me. “I think it’s very hard to be stunningly beautiful and also want to be taken seriously. I think there’s a lot of internal, personal war about how you want to be looked at and perceived. I think it’s probably an advantage in the entertainment business to be stunningly beautiful, but ultimately it can be a trap.”
Hm, does Megan feel that way?
“I don’t know. I think she’s getting there. I think roles like this one help people understand that she’s got the goods.”
For more excitement straight from The Greenbrier Casino Club opening, pick up the OK! on newsstands this week. The cover line is Jessica Simpson/”Confirmed: Finally, A Baby For Jess.” Founded in 1778, The Greenbrier has something for everyone including the Casino Club, Cold War bunker tour, Greenbrier Spa, whitewater rafting, Tree Top Canopy Tour, horseback riding, falconry, golf, art colony, meditation trail; fine-dining restaurants such as Prime 44 West and The Main Dining Room, casual eateries such as Slammin’ Sammy’s and Draper’s Cafe; tennis, infinity pool, bowling alley, afternoon tea and an array of shops. The Greenbrier: It’s James Bond glitz, Monte Carlo-style gambling and Gone With The Wind-style history and décor, all topped with unmatched Southern hospitality. Bonus: The resort is easily accessible by plane from New York, Cleveland and Atlanta.