In a statement from Meals on Wheels America, the couple got hitched last weekend in "an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and love ones." COVID-19 safety precautions outlined by the CDC were followed, of course.
Rather than making their wedding the focus of attention, the newlyweds ask those who want to celebrate their nuptials to consider donating to Meals on Wheels America to "help make a difference for vulnerable older adults during this difficult time." The organization supports more than 5,000 programs across the country that work to provide nutritious meals, visits, and safety visits to seniors in isolation and hunger. We gotta say, it's pretty selfless of the couple to dedicate their big day to those in need.
Now that Jost and Johansson are finally married, we can finally put the nasty tabloid rumors about the wedding to bed once and for all. Since the couple got engaged in May 2019, Gossip Cop has busted all kinds of bogus stories about their relationship. First, there was the false story from Women's Day that Scarlett and Colin were going to have a huge wedding thrown by Hugh Jackman. Then, Star incorrectly reported that they were planning a rooftop wedding in New York City. The rumors got even wilder when the National Enquirer published a phony article saying they were planning a winter wedding and had a baby on the way, and later when they incorrectly reported they were getting married at Disney World.
Now that Johansson and Jost are finally married, we hope the tabloids will finally ease up on spreading lies about their relationship.