April showers brings May
flowers Scarlett Johansson.
Wait, that’s not right! But why else would she be snagging every spring mag cover left and right?
The latest in her conquest was the cover of Glamour, in which she was photographed coolly popping the collar of her seventies-inspired Lanvin jumpsuit.
As for her growing baby belly, either that was one very loose-fitting one-piece or that baby bump was hardly present at the time of the shoot. Still sad either way!
Maybe the spread will have more to offer??
[Image via Glamour.]
Loving the cleavage, but give us more bump! Ha!
Scarlett Johansson and the developing fairy prince/princess inside her magical womb totally land the May cover of Vanity Fair magazine, but alas!! Baby ScarJo doesn’t quite make the cover, as they cropped that precious lil’ nugget right out of the frame.
At least the actress’ face looks more lovely than ever, and we can partially attribute that to her pregnancy glow, right??
Even the one photo we’ve seen from the pregnant starlet’s spread (below) hides her belly. She gazes seductively into the camera wearing a fab printed dress — all while lying flat on her stomach!
Thankfully, you can see what little there is to see of Miz Johansson’s tiny, blossoming tummy in the behind the scenes video…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Scarlett Johansson is on the cover of the WSJ magazine because she's pretty and will probably help move a lot of issues.
It's certainly hard not to be mesmerized by her doe eyes and pillowy lips. And even in a shirt buttoned up to her neck she just oozes sex appeal!
Her fiance Romain Dauriac is one lucky man, but we bet he knew that already!
Their baby will no doubt be gorgeous!
[Image via WSJ Magazine]
Up, up, and away!! Ha!
Scarlett Johansson and her fellow cast members attended a press conference for Captain America: The Winter Soldier in Beijing on Monday. And ScarJo looked particularly happy to be there!
As she waved in her knit peplum Antonio Berardi top and skirt with one foot off the ground, she and her hidden baby bump seemed SO uplifted they could've floated right off the stage!!
Or maybe it was the effect of the black platforms on her gray peep toe heels??
Either way, we like it!!
[Image via AP Images.]
Scarlett Johansson proved that when it comes to bombshells, she's the queen at the Captain America: The Winter Soldier premiere in London yesterday.
The actress blew everyone else out of the water in a scorching hot Vivienne Westwood bustier dress with draping on the skirt that camouflaged her tiny baby bump.
Red is so her color!
But then she added even more sizzle to the look with leopard print Louboutin pumps and a dark red lip!
And that's not all! Her Sonia Boyajian diamond necklace matched her giant engagement ring perfectly, and she got cute with a dotted bow accent nail!
It's looks like it's Minnie Mouse-inspired!
[Image via WENN.]
As the major female star in the movie, Scarlett Johansson doesn't have a whole lot of competition on the red carpet, but she still brings it!
The actress delivered another flawless look during the Captain America: Winter Soldier premiere in Paris last night, but took a detour from ladylike outfits and headed straight for sexy masculine territory.
We're used to leading ladies bringing the glam in gowns and dresses, but ScarJo was no less gorgeous and seductive in a bright red Michael Kors pantsuit.
Her baby bump was still easily hidden under a black tee, and an unexpected lavender eyeshadow distracted us from her midsection!
[Image via BauerGriffinOnline.]
Scarlett Johansson knocked our socks off at the premiere of Captain America: Winter Soldier in El Lay last night!
We could see just a little bitty bit of her baby bump, but her ample cleavage spilling out of her Armani Prive lace blouse did an excellent job of distracting us from her midsection!
The stunning actress also showed off her curvy derriere and hips in a black lace pencil skirt with ruffle hem, but all that lace wasn't enough because she even wore lace Louboutin pumps.
She really did not disappoint last night!
Thanks for making our day, ScarJo!
[Image via FayesVision & Apega/WENN.]