“I think every girl has their difficult part of their body that’s difficult to dress. For me it’s always been about being petite and curvy. There are certain styles I’d love to wear, but I just have to come to terms with the fact that I just don’t look good in like a sack dress, it’s just not going to happen….As you get older you learn more about your body and what looks good on you. It’s weird for me, because I’’e been photographed for so long…and sometimes you look back at those red-carpet pictures, and you’re like, ‘What was I thinking?’ I think everyone has that, maybe not on that scale…but everybody has their shameful red-carpet moment.”
Scarlett shows her amazing curvy body wearing this beautiful green dress on a special event to celebrate the 250th Aniversary of the renowned champagne brand Moet & Chandon.
If you want to see Scarlett she will be back in Broadway this December in the hit musical Cat on a Hot Tin Roof this December.
The feline role as Maggie the Cat marks her first performance on Broadway since winning a Tony in the Arthur Miller play A View from a Bridge opposite Liev Schreiber in 2010.
On the news of the announcement, Johansson said: ‘I am so thrilled to return to Broadway and feel incredibly fortunate to be doing so with Rob Ashford and such gifted actors.’