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Machine Gun Kelly is getting a second Funko Pop! vinyl for fans to collect. The latest Funko Pop Rocks MGK vinyl figure features a miniature recreation of the “Bloody Valentine” rocker Tickets for my fall album cover, Funko revealed on Twitter Thursday (March 3).
The 4-inch Pop vinyl features MGK holding his signature bubblegum pink guitar with the words “I’m selling tickets to my fall” written across the front. Mini-MGK also sports the same haircut, accessories and outfit as on the album cover: a black t-shirt with a white long-sleeved shirt underneath, black skinny jeans and high-top sneakers white.
You can pre-order the Funko pop vinyl at Walmart, Gamestop, and Amazon. The figure will be released on June 17 and sells for between $12.99 and $17.50, depending on the retailer chosen. The Walmart-exclusive Pop sells for $17.50, but it comes with a protective plastic case.
Pre-order: Machine Gun Kelly Funko Pop! “Tickets to My Downfall” Vinyl Figure ($12.99)
Funko announced the first MGK Pop figure last November. The Pop! presents MGK rocking all pink with his pink guitar.
Tickets for my fall, MGK’s fifth studio album, was released in 2020 and debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart, becoming his first No. 1 album and first platinum album. The LP spawned the singles “Bloody Valentine”, “Concerts for Aliens”, and “My Ex’s Best Friend”.
Between music, movies, and an impending wedding, MGK has a lot on his schedule. In January, the 31-year-old artist spoke with Variety on his new movie Taurusand the parallels between him and the character he plays in the semi-autobiographical drama about a musician struggling with drug addiction, the pressures of the music industry and the turbulence of his personal life.
“With all the drugs I would take, with all the strangers who only have their own selfish interests in mind when, you know, giving me things or encouraging a fall mixed in with my own self-inflicted will to sabotage myself So it wasn’t necessarily – it wasn’t even a character. [in the movie]. It was just that I had the chance to really be me.
MGK stars alongside his real-life fiancée, Megan Fox, in Taurus. The film debuted at the Berlin Film Festival in February.