After having her fill of Hollywood actors, Scar next wanted to try her luck with a non-celebrity. Scar began dating French journalist Romain Dauriac in November 2012, and the two were engaged nine months later.
The couple eventually married in October 2014 and had one child together. However, like her past relationships, this one also ended in under three years, with Scarlett filing for divorce in March 2017.
Their Relationship is Dead…Pool
Little is known about how Scar met A-list actor Ryan Reynolds, but the two began dating shortly after Scarlett broke up with Josh Hartnett. The couple kept their relationship extremely private and were engaged within a year of dating. The two flew to Tofino three months later and eloped in British Columbia.
Sadly, the relationship was over as quickly as it started, as the couple divorced in less than three years of being married. On the bright side, they had an easy time scrubbing their social media of each other. It’s super simple when you don’t post any photos, to begin with...yikes!
Her Silver Fox
After dating younger men, Scarlett wanted to try finding love with a silver fox. Cue iconic actor Sean Pen. The two began dating in February 2011 and were VERY into PDA! They were often spotted kissing and holding hands in public.
Seems like that PDA passion fizzled out pretty quickly since the couple split after dating for five months. Sorry, Scar, maybe try a golden fox next time!
Sixth Time’s a Charm
You know what they say, “sixth times a charm.” We hope that is the case because Scarjo is currently on her sixth man, "Saturday Night Live" head writer Colin Jost. The two made their courtship official in April 2018 when Scarlett brought Colin as her plus-one to the “Avengers: Infinity War” premiere.
They have been public about their relationship ever since, and in October 2020, the two got married in a quiet wedding! They were both thrilled to tie the knot, and we hope this one lasts. If they can get past the three-year mark, We’ll truly believe Collin is Scarlett’s “One.”
No one chooses their nickname; it’s bestowed upon you. But that does not mean you have to like the name. That’s the case for Scarlett Johanson because she hates her nickname, “Scarjo.”
She has publicly announced it as such and says it’s awful. We think we might be able to help. After a quick brainstorm, we came up with a few options: “Scarlejo,” “Scajo,” “ScarlettJo,” “SJ,” or “Scar.” Let us know which is your favorite, and we will send you the invoice later.