- (Reuters/Mark Blinch)
Megan Fox has dismissed recent reports of her pregnancy before abruptly ending a television interview earlier this month.
While promoting her campaign for Sharper Image, the "Transformers" star answered questions about a possible baby on "Entertainment Tonight."
Although Fox's publicist specifically asked interviewers not to mention anything about a pregnancy, the 26-year-old actress was forced to comment on the rumor.
Television presenter and former "X-Factor" judge Steve Jones asked Fox, "So you know the ultimate gadget that every man wants?"
Jones then added, "A baby."
"A baby?" Fox responded, "Oh, I know where you're going with this."
Jones then ignored Fox's public relations' team's request and directly asked the starlet if she was expecting her first child.
"You hear the grumbles," Fox said, before adding, "No, no."
The voice of Fox's publicist is heard in the background of the video demanding the interview to end.
Jones later issued an apology on "Entertainment Tonight" over his question.
"I'd like to formally apologize to Ms. Fox for attacking her with the word 'baby,'" said the television presenter. "Thankfully, there was a publicist there to stop me."
Rumors that Fox is expecting her first child with husband Brian Austin Green continue to swirl as two inside sources have confirmed the news. The couple's representatives have not commented.
Fox wed Green in June 2010 after an on-and-off again relationship that began in 2004. Green has a 10-year-old son Kassius from a previous relationship.
In March, the actress admitted that having a baby was not something she will specifically plan while promoting her new movie, "Friends with Kids."
"I'd love to have kids," said Fox. "I mean, it's going to happen when it's going to happen, but it's not something that I've planned against or for."
The "Transformers " star added, "I'm just leaving it out there for the universe."