Miss thing - aren't you
the little glamazon sent from the 40's to taunt the rest of womankind?
When the 29-year-old wants to turn on the star-power she really can and then some and she's campaigning her Dolce and Gabbana muse socks off ahead of awards season - reminding Hollywood that she's
the real deal tralala.
But is that her sole driving factor at the moment or has her mind been drifting towards her ex-husband now that she's engaged to be married to a swarthy Frenchman?
Scar-Jo dropped by the Late Show With David Letterman
in New York last night wearing this little lot, and I'm convinced
that every single thing she does
these days is designed to make a little piece of Blake Lively die inside - because she's tucking into a slice of the heaven that is Ryan Reynolds pie every night.
Listen to this snippet from an interview Scarlett gave to You
magazine's Jane Gordon just before Christmas:
‘I do like to bake and make cards, but don’t expect to find me in the knitting and felt section of your local craft store.
'I certainly wouldn’t describe myself as the next Martha Stewart – I’ll leave that to someone else.’
Oh no she didn't!
But yes she did.
And, of course
Scarlett said this just as news was doing the rounds that Blake's launching some sort of Martha Stewart-esque website.
Scarlett's also relocated full-time to Blake's favourite city Paris - which was probably just to ruin it for Ms. Lively should she ever want to move there because she did it first.
she's nominated for an Oscar this year - she probably won't win, but the nomination's for best supporting actress in Spike Jonze’s Her
(in a realm of its own, as a voice only performance) so you know, Scarlett can act with her eyes closed lying in bed and do it better than her love rival Blake.
Back to that You
‘Am I the funniest woman in Hollywood?’ she asks. ‘It depends on the time of day but, of course, I think I am absolutely hilarious – that comes with the ego territory of acting.'
She adds: 'There is nothing wrong with an acting career in which you play the romantic lead or America’s sweetheart or the romantic comedy queen, but I have never thought of myself as playing those kinds of roles. I have always wanted to be a character actor.'
Let's tot that up: Scar-Jo's not a Martha Stewart wannabe, even though she can do all that stuff, she's hilarious but not an America's sweetheart romantic comedy queen and brilliant at acting.
She's also not over her ex husband moving on with Blake.
Here she is charming the pants off Dave last night, talking about her co-star in the movie 'Her'
Joaquin Phoenix turning back into a normal person again after several years in the weirdo wilderness.