Scarlett's Breasts Groped on Live TV
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Scarlett Johansson was left blushing after her breasts were groped on live television.
The actress went bright red after TV reporter Isaac Mizrahi fondled her left boob as she was interviewed before the Golden Globe Awards on Monday (16.01.06).
Mizrahi had asked the screen beauty what she was wearing underneath her sexy red dress.
When she replied, "Not much," he said: "Not much, except there's something going on underneath."
As stunned fans looked on, the presenter cupped the star's breast in one hand and said: "It's built in, I just wanna feel it - oh, I just love that."
When Scarlett asked what he was doing, Mizrahi joked: "I'm just taking notes."
The 21-year-old actress said: "Well, take all the notes you want."
Apparently, Scarlett does, and she reveals that she has less of a sense of humor than we thought.
"It was definitely in poor taste. I'd been prepping for two hours with hair and make-up and getting dressed. And the first interview I do, someone who I have never met before fondles me for his own satisfaction. Mostly I was thinking, 'Oh, my God, this is happening on live TV.'"
Tactile satisfaction, sure. Who wouldn't want to feel the soft heft of a gravity-defying, nubile boobile? Sexual satisfaction, eh, not so much. Mizrahi digs the pole, not the hole. Scarlett went on to say that Isaac "wasn't interested in the dynamics of" her red Valentino gown:
"Like he doesn't know how a dress works . . . I think he's a guy that's starting his TV career and he's making a bit of an exciting moment for himself. I can't be angry at him."
Earlier this month, it was revealed Scarlett banned "Match Point" co-star Jonathan Rhys-Meyers from looking at her breasts while filming sex scenes.
The stunning blonde told the handsome actor to stop leering at her curves while they filmed the raunchy romps - but he says he peeped anyway.
He told US TV show "Unscripted": "I remember Scarlett telling me not to look at her tits. But I did sneak a peek - I couldn't help it, they were in my face."
Scarlett Johansson Filmography:
Black Dahlia, The (2005) .... Kay
Synergy (2005) .... Alex Foreman
Good Woman, A (2004)) .... Lady Windermere
Love Song for Bobby Long, A (2004)
Perfect Score, The (2004) .... Francesca
Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003) .... Griet
Lost in Translation (2003) .... Charlotte
Eight Legged Freaks (2002) .... Ashley Parker
American Rhapsody, An (2001) .... Suzanne Sandor (at 15)
Man Who Wasn't There, The (2001) .... Rachel 'Birdy' Abundas
Ghost World (2000) .... Rebecca
My Brother the Pig (1999) .... Kathy Caldwell
Horse Whisperer, The (1998) .... Grace MacLean
Home Alone 3 (1997) .... Molly Pruitt
Fall (1997) .... Little girl
Manny & Lo (1996) .... Amanda
If Lucy Fell (1996) .... Emily
Just Cause (1995) .... Kate Armstrong
North (1994) .... Laura Nelson
Scarlett Johansson Quotes:
Scarlett on her voice
I'm so tired of hearing casting directors ask if I have a sore throat. The people who have told me that my voice is distinctive, it's unusual, those people have always been close to my heart
Scarlett on child roles
Unfortunately, because it's adults writing these scripts, it's tough. The problem is that adults portray kids like mall-rats, and not seriously; after all, we're just like little adults and people with feelings too. Kids and teenagers just aren't being portrayed with any real depth. I'm getting sick of reading ridiculous scripts about mall-loving teenagers, but we won't go too deep into that. Let's just say we've gotten some painfully bad scripts, on a weekly basis. And these range from huge studio projects to nothing projects; it's just painful.
Scarlett on respect for elders
With people my age, there's not much respect for elders. But I'd like to think I'm not like that. It's so interesting to listen to what older people have to say. Your grandparents, your parents, it really affects the way you look at things.
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Scarlett Johansson Biography:
Scarlett Johansson, one of the most promising young Hollywood actresses, was born in Manhattan, New York (USA) on November 22, 1984 - on the 21st anniversary of the assassination of JFK. Even though a native New Yorker, Scarlett has an European background: her father is Dane, and her mother has a Polish background. She has an older half-brother who lives in Danmark and then two older siblings: Vanessa and Adrian. But Scarlett isn't the youngest in the family: her twin brother Hunter is 3 minutes younger!
At the tender age of 3 Scarlett discovered acting, when she told her mother: 'I have a fire in my brain to act.' But it wasn't until she was 7 (even though this too is very young) that she realised that acting could be a real profession. She gained this knowledge by watching films and going to auditions for ads. The latter was a suggestion of a family friend. But they didn't want Scarlett - only her brother - so she was disappointed. Finally, her mother realised how serious her daughter was and they started auditioning for films. She also enrolled in the Lee Strasberg Institute where she had the opportunity to perform in front of a live audience. Before Scarlett got a film role she made her professional acting debut opposite Ethan Hawke in the off-broadway production of 'Sophistry' at the age of 8.
Her Scarlett screen appearances followed in ' North ', ' Just Cause ', ' If Lucy Fell ' and ' Fall '. Her parts in those films were only short, but it is remarkable that Scarlett coming from a non-acting family could get them. She had costars like Bruce Willis or Sean Connery. And even though her roles were short she added something to them that not many very young actors can, she gave them a personality - or maybe just hints of what this child could be if we were to see more of it. And - unlike at the ads - her raspy voice was helping her to be more than just a sweet child.
She Scarlett gained recognition as Manny in ' Manny & Lo '. She played the young runaway orphan perfectly, this certain coolness (or whatever you want to call it) that children in such unfortunate circumstances must have was there - even though Scarlett's life was quite protected. She made her breakthrough in Robert Redford's ' The Horse Whisperer ', where she played troubled Grace. Grace who has lost her leg and her best friend in a terrible horse riding accident and is then trying to go on. The film itself may not only have got positive reviews but Scarlett's performance was great. And it was then that Robert made the famous statement: 'Scarlett is 13 going on 30'.
It is certainly this kind of maturity - an awareness of her surroundings and an awareness of other people - that helps her to portray her characters very realistically. After The Horse Whisperer, Scarlett took a break only to come back with a great Rebecca in ' Ghost World '. She played the 18 year old eccentric best friend of outcast Enid when she was only 15. 2001 marked the year for the release of 2 other high quality pictures featuring Scarlett: ' An American Rhapsody ' and ' The Man Who Wasn't There '. These 3 films really improved her reputation as a talented and serious actress. 2002 followed with the ' Eight Legged Freaks ' - a remake of B-Movies from the 50s. In this year Scarlett also finished high school (she attended a private Manhattan school) and announced her plan to go to Purchase University, New York to study Film in 2003.
In 2002 Scarlett shot 3 films (' The Perfect Score ' in Vancouver, ' Lost In Translation ' in Tokyo and ' Girl with a Pearl Earring ' in Luxembourg. The Scarlett to hit theaters was 'Lost In Translation'. It has been an instant hit ever since its World Premiere at the Venice Film Festival, where Scarlett won the Upstream Prize for Best Actress! Sofia Coppola's second film - which was shot in just 27 days with a very limited budget - did very well at the box office. Its highest position was #5 and it stayed in the top 20 until at least February 04. The adaption of a best-selling novel about Vermeer's painting joined the festival circus months before opening in theaters. Scarlett's subtle performances in both films initiated raving reviews and headlines such as 'Scarlett Fever'. There was also talk of Oscar Nominations - a fact that surprised Scarlett, who only wants to focus on her acting. She was also called 'It-Girl' at the Festivals, especially in Toronto, where two of her films were shown and Scarlett just stunned everyone with her naturality, freshness and lively interviews.
But before success even could have hit her she started work on her next project: ' A Love Song for Bobby Long ' with John Travolta, which was shot in New Orleans. In the midst of the '03/04 Awards Season' and success of her films, she travelled to Italy to shoot ' A Good Woman ', an adaption of an Oscar Wilde play with Helen Hunt and Tom Wilkinson. Even though working with Sofia Coppola on 'Lost In Translation' did strengthen her ambition to become a director she rejected her plans to go to Purchase University. She'd have to be there regularly, which would make it difficult to take on acting jobs. She'll rather just take courses from time to time and learn the rest right there on sets.
Ultimately, Scarlett didn't get an Oscar nomination, but her work in 'Lost in Translation' and 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' have certainly been noticed and honoured. Her new-found fame led to more roles: Dennis Quaid's daughter and Topher Grace's love interest in ' Synergy ' (March 04) and then she'll be capturing Josh Hartnett's and Mark Wahlberg's attention in the adaption of James Ellroy's The Black Dahlia ' (May 04). Apart from the Movie World Scarlett is also conquering the Fashion World: she is Calvin Klein's face for the new fragrance they'll launch globally in fall 2004.
Scarlett Johansson knows what she wants and what she likes and goes after it, she isn't in Hollywood to become famous but rather to build a lasting career. And yet, in choosing roles she doesn't follow a strict career plan but seems to just have a sense for extraordinary roles. So we can look forward to seeing many things coming from Scarlett Johansson.
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