Scarlett Johansson recently talk to an American broadcast journalist, Barbara Walters during interviews for her annual special on the “Most Fascinating People of 2014.”
When Walters asked “Do you like your body?” she said
“It’s an ok body, I guess, I mean, I wouldn’t say it’s particularly remarkable, though”
Walters continued: “Any parts you don’t like?” Scarlett answer
“I don’t like, you know, my thighs, my midsection… But, Eh, well, who can complain? I’m not going to complain. I’ve got thighs and a midsection, so I’m happy”
David Bowie who run the gamut of musical collaborations include dance medley with Cher in 1975 and a concert like Scarlett Johansson backup vocalist in 2008. he told Chris Martin, then, when the Coldplay leader offered to work.
“One time I sent him a song to ask him to sing on it. He called me and said, ‘It’s not one of your best.’ He’s got very high standards and I appreciate that. It inspires the rest of us to keep our standards high.”
So if Martin wants to work with Bowie in the future, you may want to take some advice from Johansson. Apparently his concert in their cover album of Tom Waits was the result of a chance meeting at a party. Bowie sitting Johansson and mentioned the name of his partner. Soon after, the actor knew Bowie was stopped by during mixing of the album to add some vocals.
Just a few months following childbirth to her first child, Scarlett Johansson already looks in superhero shape.
“[Breastfeeding is] the best way to get back in shape, [I do] the whole bit. I’m nursing and I love it. Johansson told Barbara Walters
Scarlett once told Style.com
“I do the same fitness routine as my big muscle-man trainer,” she said. “A lot of it is endurance, stability, and strength training. I like to work up a sweat. I’ve tried Pilates and yoga and all that, and I like to dabble in different things, but I always come back to a good old-fashioned athletic, full-body workout.”
Scarlett Johansson revealed that breastfeeding is ”best way to get back in shape” after giving birth.
she said: “It’s the best way to get back in shape. [I do] the whole bit. I’m nursing and I love it.”
Scarlett recently admitted she was learning to really appreciate sleeping all the way through the night since having a baby.
“It’s exhausting in the most wonderful way. I never thought how much sleeping through the night would mean to me. I still lack experience. Right now I’m just trying to manage. You have to first, how should I put it, learn the ropes.”