Woman quits job and earns £25,000 a month as a Megan Fox lookalike
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After being told for ages by her friends and family that she resembled Megan Fox, a woman has leant into the likeness hard and it's massively paid off.
Taylor Ryan was working as a van driver and worked as a barista for a café chain when she was 20 years old.
Fed up with the humdrum of managing two jobs, she jumped on OnlyFans to see if she could make a quick buck.
But she decided to switch up her look slightly to see if she could get some extra cash by looking like the Transformers actor.
"It's kind of laughable when I say I look like Megan Fox - I mean it's Megan Fox," she said.
"But people on TikTok started saying it and commented on my posts.
"Once the comments started coming in, I started wearing my hair extensions more and wearing a cat eye."
The now 25-year-old also started to wear more provocative clothing and saw a big uptick in requests to be Fox.
She added: "My customers pay PPV - pay per view - and for one time requests.
"Once someone requested for me to wear the same outfit Megan Fox wears - a bra top and short denim shorts - to bend over the bonnet and open it.
"They paid $300.
"A lot of them are just for me to sit in a car topless and play with my boobs."
But don't think for a second that dressing like Megan Fox is an easy gig, because Taylor puts a hell of a lot of work into her OnlyFans work.
She says her days of content creation can sometimes go for up to nine hours, but at least she has fun with it.
"The late nights, they suck. It's the feeling you already have to be on it or have to stay some what engaged to the page," she said.
"Sometimes I stay up until 4am."
Taylor added: "My favourite part of the job is getting ready and seeing the look come together.
"I put my music on and have a coffee on the go, the glamming up part makes me really happy."
She managed to earn £25,000 (AUD$45,250, USD$29,8100) in December alone and now boasts a yearly salary of six figures.
The 25-year-old has been very open with her friends and family about her new profession and they fully support her.