Scarlett Johansson Debuts Auburn Do

05/02/2011 at 10:30 AM ET

Scarlett Johansson Red Hair
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Scarlett Johansson has never been shy about changing her hair. The sexy star — most recently a blonde — has rocked long brunette locks, light and edgy bobs and even platinum styles. But Saturday night, at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C., she shocked us a little with her brand new auburn tresses. Johansson — who left an after-party hand-in-hand with rumored beau Sean Penn — beamed as she walked the red carpet in a greenish-gray Elie Saab dress, the perfect complement to her glowing skin and newly red locks. The actress joins the ranks of other new redheads like Blake Lively and Drew Barrymore. Do we have a hot new hair trend on our hands? Tell us: What do you think of Johansson’s new hair color?


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nick on

the hair is okay..but i totally thought she looked prego in the full body shot of his photo

Jack on

WHO CARES?????!!!!!!

Jon on

I wish Jessica Alba the best as the new Face of Piaget’s Line! Also, I liked what Denis Leary said about his Ice Age Co-Star, J.LO, glad there was a 4th Movie! Also, Happy 39th Birthday goes out to Actor and Wrestler, Dwayne Johnson, I’ll definitely be watching his Birthday on WWE Raw tonight!

Jon on

I like Scarlett Johannson’s new Hair Color!

Jon on

I liked hearing about the good news, and good luck & congrats to People on good things, not good to hear about the bad ones!

Schulze on

What’s up with the sweat stain under her pits? I do not think she’s pretty at all. She has a large pan face, which looks bloated. She stinks as an actress too. RR could do so much better.

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[…] Though it’s not like anyone at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue sits around watching tumbleweeds all day, this was a major weekend at the White House. President Obama took to the airwaves late last night to announce that Osama Bin Laden had been killed by American forces earlier that day, but his national address may have been overshadowed by a display at the White House Correspondents Dinner the previous night: Scarlett Johansson is a redhead now! Like Blake Lively, who revealed her new copper locks at last week’s Time 100 Gala, ScarJo ditched her blonde hair and went auburn. Like Blake, who made the big reveal in a turquoise Zuhair Murad, Scarlett complemented her new red tresses with a greenish Elie Saab dress. The dress was a lovely choice – but the hair? No complaints about the color (I think it suits Scarlett’s pale complexion well, and the actress has gone red before, to great effect), but I have no clue why the actual styling looks so wilty and sad. And to top it all off, ScarJo wasn’t just debuting a new ‘do: the actress used the dinner as an opportunity to confirm rumors about her relationship with Sean Penn (the newly-minted couple flounced around the event hand-in-hand). You’d think she might have tried harder. I mean, it’s Sean Penn. [People StyleWatch] […]

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hintus on

Never even knew Scarlett had hair.

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[…] Now Scarlett Johansson is the latest celebrity to rock a red hairstyle this season. According to PEOPLE, Scarlett debuted her red ‘do Saturday night at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in […]

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