Scarlett Johansson has serious cellulite problems – as you can see in this In Touch Print Edition, May 7th photo – but she claims that her concern is about how rude people can be. The 27-year-old Scarlett who was previously married to Ryan Reynolds and dated Sean Penn says that she is flabbergasted by pushy fans who force a camera in her face when she is trying to enjoy a private moment. Poor Scarlett – her privacy went the way of the dinosaur after her cell phone was hacked and personal pics flooded the Internet. Too see her hacked cell-phone photos Click Here.
But Scarlett thinks that because she is famous it brings out the worst in those around her. Well if it were up to me I’d leave Scarlett alone – but alas it is not up to me. Scarlett said: “I’m constantly surprised by how rude people are. You’ll be having an intimate dinner with a friend and there’s somebody on the table behind with a camera-phone pointing at your face. I think, ‘I would never take a photo of someone without asking.’” Isn’t she just precious?
“I’m not traumatized by it but I find it can bring out the worst in humanity sometimes.” It is amazing that Scarlett thinks that people taking pics and acting nervy is the worst that humanity has to offer. Is she that stupid – that out of touch? Probably…
Discussing her career which she also complained about, Scarlett claims she does not “actively look” for sexy roles but thinks curvy women can sometimes be pigeonholed into such parts.
Scarlett told The New Review: “I wanted to be a character actor. Those are the actors I most admire. I think women that are curvy can be pigeonholed in that bombshell thing. It’s not like I actively look for sexy roles. It’s not a requirement that my character be pretty and delicate. I never think about my character being sexy unless that’s written in.”
If Scarlett had talent she’d get character roles. In any case, Scarlett thinks she is all that plus a bag of chips. We don’t. And by the look of her cellulite she won’t have to worry about being burdened with those sexy roles for much longer. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.