Scarlett Johansson may have proclaimed her love for France, but living in Paris would gradually have become a “nightmare” for her.

Scarlett Johansson

A Parisian Dream

Settled for several months in France, since her marriage to the French Romain Dauriac, Scarlett Johansson lived her somewhat clichéd American dream in the streets of Paris, adoring bakeries, spending her days in museums, getting lost in romantic Parisian gardens, dining on a chicken roasted at Select, having fun having a nightcap at Rosebud. But while she recently told her happiness to be an expat in the columns of Vanity Fair, the reality does not seem so rosy for the actress.

She can’t stand Parisian life

After a few months in the capital, the 29-year-old actress pours out in front of the camera of The Late Show. She can’t stand Parisian life or its inhabitants. “I took the plunge by going to live there. Paris is magnificent, I love it. But all these things that I found attractive at first, now it really annoys me,” she laughs. “I don’t want to put an entire nation on my back, but it’s a lot of little things that annoy me. When I arrived, at first, I thought that everything that was said about the rudeness and rudeness of Parisians was false. I thought to myself that people are not rude, they are wonderful! But that was before I settled in Paris long term. Since then, people have thought that since I had decided to stay, they could become themselves again, that is to say rude !

She started getting aggressive

The French who jostle in the streets exasperate Scarlett Johansson. And if one of them dares to attack her: at his own risk ! “I started getting really aggressive towards people. And I don’t care! I am a superheroine after all!” she told David Letterman. Since her divorce with her French husband Romain Dauriac, the actress will have returned to live in the United States. Let’s hope she’s since changed her mind about the French…

Une réponse à “Scarlett Johansson can’t stand the French anymore”

  1. That’s too bad. She’s certainly a striking beauty and I can believe she’d be harassed by men more in France than in the U S. Am I wrong?

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