Ever since the actress took on the role of a futuristic, personal operating system for the Spike Jonze film Her, the iPhone personal assistant has thrown shade at the star, telling users things like, "In my opinion, she gives artificial intelligence a bad name." Oooooh, giiiiiiirl.
But when E! News brought this up to Scarlett at her SodaStream event in New York City on Friday, Jan. 10, she seemed a little thrown by it all.
"I'm a little confused because the other day, I asked her how I looked, and she said, 'You are the fairest of them all,' and I feel like she's backstabbing," Johansson told E! News. "I'm just a little bit confused about that."
But Johansson doesn't have time to fret about a possible Hollywood frenemy. She's too busy gearing up for her Super Bowl spot and traveling to and from New York and Paris. The celeb spends most of her time in The Big Apple and City of Light with her fiancé Romain Dauriac, and tells us she enjoys the differences between the two.
"I love being in either city. I love to be in Paris. I love to be in Europe. It's the perfect flight back and forth between New York and Paris. The cities, I think, are really sister cities. I love to be in New York for the energy here and I love to be in Paris because it's more relaxing, I think."
Scarlett continues, "You know, people take their time more. The lifestyle is one of leisure and you have a lot of time to kind of appreciate the city and walk around. While sometimes I miss the conveniences of New York because everything's at your fingertips at all times, there's something nice about being in a city where people take their time and appreciate that. So I'm very fortunate I can enjoy both places."
As for the language barrier, Johansson admits, "My French is not so good, actually. Not that great [Laughs]...Parisians are very helpful actually. They're very charmed when you try…It's my American friends in Paris that are making me feel bad about the fact that I don't know French. Everybody else finds me endlessly charming."
She adds, "It's definitely a dream come true to be able to live in two of my favorite cities, and I recognize not everybody has that opportunity, so I feel very fortunate for that."
—Reporting by James Chairman
Make sure to catch more of this interview on E! News tonight at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.