'Iron Man 2' Scarlett Johansson's worst photos ever!
The Dish Rag just loves going back in time to find the worst photos of actresses. You know, the embarrassing ones from early in their career, before they got publicists, fashion stylists, hair and makeup people and secret nose jobs, lip augmentations or breast implants.
But there are some actresses who take all the fun out of it. Like Megan Fox, whose worst photos proved a challenge to find.
Another troublesome actress is "Iron Man 2" Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson, who apparently popped out of the womb with pillow lips, impressive cleavage and flawless skin. How did this girl skip the awkward stage?
Her power over men has been there from the get-go. And Scarlett has innately known her impact on the male psyche since she was a teenager. Above is a shot of Scarlett from the 2006 Golden Globes, showing off her own globes in that amazing uplifting red dress that made E! red carpet host/fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi grab her breast, supposedly to see how the structure worked. And he's gay!
Check out the really annoying Worst Photos of Scarlett Johansson that we could find.
Hey, did you see "Iron Man 2?" What do you think? Are you looking forward to Scarlett's "Black Widow" film franchise?
We know they'll give her more fight scenes than she had in "Iron." But let's hope they give her a little more dialogue too.
The girl can act, you know. Did you hear she's been nominated for a 2010 Tony for her performance on Broadway in "A View from the Bridge?" Did we mention it was her first Broadway play? So annoying.
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