AP Photo/Lionel CironneauU.S. actress Scarlett Johansson arrives at the 39th French Cesar Awards Ceremony

AP Photo/Lionel CironneauU.S. actress Scarlett Johansson arrives at the 39th French Cesar Awards Ceremony

Scarlett Johansson is pregnant

While Hollywood is still basking in the Oscars’ golden glow, A-list actress Scarlett Johansson is reportedly glowing in a different way. E! News first reported the “Her” actress is pregnant with her first child, and according to sources for TMZ, Johansson is already roughly five months along. Way to keep that baby bump hidden, ScarJo!

Johansson and French journalist fiance-turned-baby daddy Romain Dauriac announced their engagement in September, but aren’t rushing to set a date.

“I’m not doing any wedding planning,” she told “Good Morning America” in January.

She was previously married to Ryan Reynolds and got divorced in 2011 after three years of wedlock.


Chelsea Handler drew accusations of racism when she touted her upcoming book, “Uganda Be Kidding Me,” on Twitter whenever “12 Years a Slave” won an Oscar.

Jared Leto, Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio brought their moms to the Oscars as their dates.

Pharrell Williams sold the hat he wore to the Grammys via auction to Arby’s for $44,100.

Pope Francis, who is from Argentina, mixed up similar Italian words and accidentally used profanity in his public blessing at the Vatican on Sunday.


Actress Andrea Bowen (“Desperate Housewives”) is 24.

Bassist Jason Newsted of Metallica is 51.

Actress Catherine O’Hara (“Beetlejuice”) is 60.

Bassist Chris Squire of Yes is 66.

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