Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly Slow Dance to Jelly Roll During PDA-Filled Night at Stagecoach Festival

The couple also hung out with the "Save Me" singer and his wife, Bunnie Xo, during Nickelback's set at the festival

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty</p> Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly

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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly were on a roll at Stagecoach Festival — a Jelly Roll, that is!

On April 26, the Jennifer’s Body star and the “Emo Girl” singer (born Colson Baker) were spotted dancing during the country star’s set at the annual music festival in Indio, California.

Festival attendee Shaquel Latonia shared a clip she captured of the couple being affectionate and slow dancing as the musician sang his track “Save Me.”

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In the video, which Latonia posted on Instagram, Jelly Roll crooned the lyrics, “And all of my sorrows, I'd just wash them down,” as MGK, 34, and Fox, 37, held each other by the waist and swayed in sync.

The “Bloody Valentine” musician could also be seen rubbing the Transformers star on the shoulder and later in the clip, serenading Fox as they continued to sway together.

<p>BACKGRID</p> MGK and Megan Fox attend the 2024 Stagecoach Festival on April 27, 2024


MGK and Megan Fox attend the 2024 Stagecoach Festival on April 27, 2024

The same day, Fox and Kelly were also seen spending some time with the 39-year-old “Save Me” singer offstage.

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In a video that Jelly Roll’s wife Bunnie Xo posted on TikTok, the two couples danced in the same area during Nickelback’s set.

“Epic night w/ epic frannnssss,” Bunnie captioned the clip. “First Stagecoach was a success 💫 #jellyandbunnie #mgk #meganfox.”

MGK and Fox later returned to the country music event for a second night on April 27, and were photographed holding hands as they strolled through the festival grounds.

Fox and MGK’s affectionate night out at Stagecoach comes on the heels of reports of bumpiness in their relationship.

In March, a source close to the pair told PEOPLE that "one day they’re up, the next they’re down.”

The couple — who began dating in 2020 and announced their engagement in January 2022, sealing their union by drinking each other's blood — have had an intense relationship from the start.

Speaking to that intensity, the same source told PEOPLE it’s “still there nearly four years into their relationship, but that's not necessarily ‘healthy.’ ”

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The couple called off their engagement at some point in 2023, Fox confirmed while appearing on the Call Her Daddy podcast in March.

"What I can say, that [he is] what I refer to as being my twin soul, and there will always be a tether to him, no matter what. I can't say for sure what the capacity will be, but I will always be connected to him somehow," she said on the podcast. "Beyond that, I'm not willing to explain."

<p>Lester Cohen/Getty</p> Megan Fox and MGK at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 5, 2023

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Megan Fox and MGK at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 5, 2023

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But, based on recent social media posts and public appearances like their PDA-filled evening at Stagecoach, it seems the stars are still trying to work things out.

"There are still a ton of trust issues between them and it’s very toxic," the insider told PEOPLE of the couple. “They can’t stay away from each other and there’s a lot of history there, but they also don’t know how to be in a healthy relationship.”

“They’ll be totally fine, then days later get into a huge blowout fight and not talk for weeks, but then give in and be all lovey-dovey again,” the source added.

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