LOS ANGELES - Scarlett Johansson was recently on a promotional outing at the La Brea Tar Pits where she was promoting her brand new movie We Bought A Zoo.
She informed the entertainment media that she loved the fact that she got to work with so many different kinds of animals. She blushed and then added that included Thomas Haden Church who she said ogled her every damn chance he got.
In the film Johansson plays the part of Kelly Foster, who has a special bond with animals and can actually tell the sex of any animal just my merely touching its tongue with her tongue.
Scarlett spoke with Cahoots Wyoming of Silver Screen Showcase Magazine and right off the bat she informed him that she did not like the nickname ScarJo and that she actually hated it more than she did the nickname Chubby Whubby, which was her nickname as a child.
Wyoming asked her what about the nickname ScarJo was it that she did not like. She smiled and politely replied, "That the friggin name is ScarJo."
She was then asked that she should really be flattered that the entertainment media had given her that name as it only bestows nicknames using partial parts of first names and surnames to a select few celebrities.
Wyoming explained to her that celebrities such as RPattz (Rob Pattinson), K-Stew (Kristen Stewart), J.Lo (Jennifer Lopez), and KatGo (Kate Gosselin) were thrilled to have nicknames that their fans loved calling them.
Johansson looked Wyoming in the eye and replied, "Well Mr. Wyoming or can I call you CaWyo, I am not one of those people."
Wyoming rolled his eyes and suggested that maybe she could go with some other nickname like ScaZoo, ScarScar, or ScarBlo.
Johansson did not like Mr. Wyoming making fun of her. She stood up and said that the interview was over and she left in a huff.
SIDENOTE: After Miss Johansson left, Cahoots Wyoming got on the phone with other entertainment agencies and publications such as Bedroom Pillow Talk, Tittle Tattle Tonight, iRumors, Hollywood Innuendo, The Tinsel Town Times Tribune, and The West Hollywood Flaming Gazette and they all stated that they will continue to refer to Scarlett Johansson as ScarJo no matter what the prima donna, diva says.