According to People, Katy Perry's ode to soft, sweet, lipstick lesbianism "I Kissed A Girl" (not to be confused with Flounder's "Kiss The Girl" from The Little Mermaid) was inspired by Scarlett Johansson. We're not sure if Perry was privy to an early version of Vicky Christina Barcelona and knew that the tiny actress was down with same-sex smooching/ heavy petting, as a lark. We can only hope that Carly Simon takes this as impetus to get off of her duff and let us know who was so vain that she had to write (and sing) about them but then claim that the song wasn't about them (if that makes a lick of sense).
On top of being flattered by such a moving tribute, ScarJo had some other things to clear up while she occupied the interviewee's soapbox. First of all, she's not ready to spill the beans about how she and Ryan Reynolds met each other. It's "secret" and mind your damn business. Which means either they were hooked up by their agents because 1 or both is (are) gay or it was a key party. Though it have been somewhere embarrassing.
Per ChattahBox, Scarlett is a little confused by all this Woody Allen muse talk. She doesn't inspire or sleep with him, she just fits some idea he has of "young woman" in his films. Noodle that, Annie Hall.
And finally, she's totally unaware of any beef she has with Lindsay Lohan. Evidently, Lohan was given the part (really 2 parts) in the twinsploitative comedy The Parent Trap over Scarlett Johansson. Then some blood became bad and Lindsay Lohan wrote that Scarlett Johansson was a C U Next Tuesday in a bathroom stall. That'll show 'er. There's no way she'll ever not get a part that both of ya'll are up for again.