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Celebs’ wildest fetishes as Megan Fox and Machine Guy Kelly drink each other’s BLOOD – from knife play to sex in cars

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IT can be hard to keep the spark alive in a relationship - and these celebs have revealed some truly... creative ways to keep things fresh.

From drinking each other’s blood to armpit licking, Hollywood's biggest stars have been quite frank about their wildest quirks and fetishes over the years.

The most recent couple to admit their love of the more peculiar things in life is Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly - who drank each other’s blood as they got engaged this week.

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