In a hilarious interview on "The Kelly Clarkson" show, the "Transformers" vet, 34, explained how her fear of flying came to be after she started traveling for work regularly between Los Angeles and New York City.
"I was like, 'I'm kind of pushing the statistics now because I'm flying so often," she said. "And that's where the fear came from because it's like, yeah if you fly twice a year you're good but not if you're flying like twice a week."
"What I did and what I do recommend to people if you hit turbulence and you're like, 'I don't like how this feels,' I would throw on certain music that I just knew I wasn't gonna die to," Fox continued. "Which, for me, that was Britney Spears."
Host Kelly Clarkson chimed in, laughing, "Cause you're not gonna go out like that!"
And with that, Megan laid down her pitch perfect impression of the pop princess, singing the line, "I'm not a girl -- not yet a woman."
"Like -- that's not the soundtrack to my death," she added, with Kelly cracking up. "So, that always made me feel better. Also, you're not gonna meet God on a like, 'Oh baby, baby,' and then you're dead and you know all the mysteries of the universe in that moment."
"So for me, that was really helpful."
Megan went on to say anything from Back Street Boys or The Weather Girls' "It's Raining Men" should be upbeat enough to keep one from meeting their maker on a plane ride.
But she warned against putting Kansas in a playlist, as "Dust in the Wind" may hit the headphones.