Machine Gun Kelly’s ‘Tickets to My Downfall’ Funko Pop! Vinyl

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Machine Gun Kelly’s second Funko Pop! vinyl is officially available for fans to collect.  The Funko Pop! Rocks MGK vinyl figurine, released on June 17, features a miniature recreation of the “Bloody Valentine” rocker’s Tickets to My Downfall album cover.

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The 4-inch Pop vinyl depicts MGK holding his signature bubblegum pink guitar with the words “I’m Selling Tickets to My Downfall” written across the front. Mini-MGK also sports the same haircut, accessories, and outfit from the album cover: a black T-shirt with a long-sleeve white shirt underneath, black skinny jeans, and white high-top sneakers. Funko first revealed the figurine via Twitter on March 3.

You can purchase MGK’s latest Pop! vinyl retails for $12.99, and is available at Funko.com, Walmart, Gamestop, Target and Amazon; it’s sold out at certain retailers.

Machine Gun Kelly Tickets to My Downfall Funko Pop! Vinyl

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Funko announced the first MGK Pop figurine last November. The Pop! features MGK rocking out in all-pink with his pink guitar.

Tickets to My Downfall, MGK’s fifth studio album, was released in 2020 and debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart, becoming his first No. 1 album and his 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 to Megan Fox, MGK has a lot on his calendar. His new Hulu documentary, Machine Gun Kelly’s Life in Pink, premiered on Hulu on Tuesday (June 28). The Hulu original offers an in-depth look into the highs and lows of the “Tickets to My Downfall” rocker’s life. (Click here to start your Hulu free trial to stream the documentary for free.)

In January, the 31-year-old recording artist spoke to Variety about his new film Taurus, and the parallels between him and the character that he plays in the semi-autobiographical drama about a musician struggling with substance abuse, the pressures of the music business, and turbulence in his personal life.

“With all of the drugs that I would do, with all of the strangers who have nothing but their own selfish interests in mind when, you know, giving me things or encouraging a downfall mixed in with my own self-inflicted will to sabotage myself. So that was not necessarily — it wasn’t even a character [in the movie]. That was just me getting a chance to actually be me.”

MGK stars alongside fiancee Fox in Taurus. The movie debuted at the Berlin Film Festival in February.

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