Scarlett Johansson ends up smearing her with a sticky green liquid in the middle of an emotional speech

Scarlett Johansson.

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actress Scarlett Johansson She ended up covered in green and sticky liquid during her acceptance speech this Sunday, after she had received the “Generation” award that the music channel had given her remotely. MTV To honor him for his long, varied and influential career.

The artist appeared at the ceremony through a video call to celebrate and express thanks for this honorary award, but the truth is that she ended up sharing part of the lead role with her comedic fiancĂ©. Colin Ghost. And just as he was about to end his passionate talk, a member of the show’s crew also appeared on the scene Saturday Night Live To pour on his head the dense remnants typical of the series’ annual awards ceremonies Nickelodeon.

“But what is a **?”, Scarlett told her boyfriend before criticizing his behavior and, above all, the mistake he had made with the TV channel in which such a gesture would have been acceptable. “Oh, that’s right, I’m so sorry, I’m sorry.”The famous comedian immediately apologized. “Don’t touch me, I’ll take it off myself. But where did you get this?”Blame him honor. “I love you”Coleen said just before leaving the plane at full speed.

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