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Scarlett Johansson and Justin Bartha?

Good news everyone. It seems since Scarlett Johansson split from her rebound Sean Penn, she’ll hook-up with just about anyone. As long as you’re semi-famous, I mean. Her latest rumored romance is with Hangover star Justin Bartha. The two were said to be “completely engrossed in each other” during a cast dinner of off-Broadway’s All New People. I don’t know what that means but it sounds fascinating.

One witness told us, “There were about 15 people at the table, but Scarlett and Justin sat next to each other and talked all night.
“They seemed pretty fascinated with each other and only talked to each other,” the source said. “It looked sometimes flirty, but also they seemed to be involved in a deep discussion.”
While some sources insist 26-year-old “Lost in Translation” star Johansson and Bartha, who turns 33 today, are just good friends — exactly what they previously said about ScarJo and Penn — she and Bartha were also reportedly seen “flirting up a storm” at Karaoke Boho here on Saturday. [Page Six]

The last time I flirted up a storm was in 1950 which is about the same time they retired that phrase. Seriously. Who writes this stuff? It’s like I’m trapped on a plantation with a bunch of gossipy 40-somethings and there’s no way out.

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Ozai
Ozai
9 years ago

I don’t get it.. what does this have to do with Google Finance HEADLINES? 
pathetic.. 

The Blemish
9 years ago
Reply to  Ozai

Clearly, this has everything to do with Google Finance HEADLINES. I don’t want to have to explain it to you.

Tleeuw
Tleeuw
9 years ago

That’s an asshole first sentence.

Ozai
Ozai
9 years ago

I don’t get it.. what does this have to do with Google Finance HEADLINES? 
pathetic.. 

The Blemish
9 years ago
Reply to  Ozai

Clearly, this has everything to do with Google Finance HEADLINES. I don’t want to have to explain it to you.

Tleeuw
Tleeuw
9 years ago

That’s an asshole first sentence.

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