Scarlett Johansson Boob Job Before & After
Scarlett Johansson is arguably one of the most beautiful actresses in Hollywood. Who can forget her performance as Bill Murray’s semi love interest in Sophia Copula’s Oscar winning film “Lost in Translation.” Luminescent skin, beautiful baby blues, dark lashes, and that body, whoa, that body! From head to toe there is nothing that isn’t gorgeous about Scarlett Johansson. Why then, for all the beauty she was born with, would she even consider going under the knife or get a boob job? The rumor mill running rampant in Hollywood seems to think Johansson did go from “out there” to “barely there” with a boob job.
A Less Prominent Perkiness
In looking at her before and after photos, there is definitely a change in her blossoming bosoms. Busty and lusty in films like Lost in Translation and Woody Allen’s Match Point, her breasts seem to have a slightly less prominent perkiness of late. Not that they’re not perky, they’re just not as prominent. Johansson can pull it off though. Perhaps she needed to look the part for the upcoming film, or maybe she was uncomfortable with large breasts. We think she looked gorgeous regardless.
We Hope She Read Between the Lines
Now pregnant, one thing Johansson does need to be concerned about is the effects the boob job surgery can have on her ability to nurse her baby. Hopefully, if she did have the surgery, she researched and chose a highly trained, skilled surgeon with years of experience under his belt who answered all of her questions and told her both the risks and benefits associated with this type of surgery.
Staying Beautiful at All Costs
Scarlett Johansson’s boob job is a prime example of how Hollywood stars and starlets feel pressured to stay beautiful at all costs. And that is a shame because it tells people to concentrate more on the exterior than on what’s on the interior. Johansson is not only going to be a mother who will have an influence over her child, but is also a role model to many women. What type of message is she sending if she caves into the pressures of the Hollywood “Pressure Cooker.” We hope this is just a onetime phase, and she recognizes her beauty for what it is- a natural gift she was born with.