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Scarlett Johansson Sings Sexy “Love You Baby” Lullaby During ‘SNL’ Monologue (VIDEO)

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Scarlett Johansson SNL Monologue

By Michael Lewittes |

Scarlett Johansson SNL Monologue

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Scarlett Johansson opened her “SNL” monologue by singing a very sexy lullaby, “Love You Baby,” that she sings to her newborn son. There was lot of gyrating and moaning. See the video below of Johansson’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.

Johansson began her monologue talking about how she’s now a mom. She said, “I’m officially a MILF… Mother In Lots Of Films.” Johansson then said she wasn’t going to be one of those annoying moms who talk about their kids, but Taran Killam and Kenan Thompson said they were dads, and assured her it’s great to be parents and talk about one’s kids.

The actress then said she wanted to sing a lullaby that she sings to her son, and launched into a sultry version of “Love You baby,” which starts off with an orgasmic-sounding “Ah.” Killam and Thompson remarked how her son’s “a lucky man.” The actress was then joined by other “moms,” who gyrated sexually and spread their legs as they sang the song. Editor’s Note: Johansson actually had a daughter named Rose, and it remains unclear why she said she had a “son.”

This is Johansson’s fourth time hosting “SNL.” She first hosted the show in 2006, with musical guest Death Cab For Cutie. Johansson returned one year later, accompanied by musical guest Bjork. In 2010, the actress came back to “SNL” for the third time, that time with Arcade Fire. And now Johansson is hosting again with Wiz Khalifa, who’s appearing on “SNL” for the first time.

Johansson is appearing on “SNL” in support of her new film, Avengers: Age of Ultron, which is tracking to earn more than $200 million during its opening weekend. Johansson, of course, is reprsing her role as Black window, which she played in Iron Man 2, The Avengers, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Check out the video below of Johansson sexily singing her lullaby “Love You Baby” during her “SNL” monologue, and tell us what you think.

 


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