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Love It or Leave It: Scarlett Johansson’s New Tattoo

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I don’t think I’ve ever rolled my eyes so hard in my whole entire life. “Lucky you,” really? Really, Scarlett Johansson? This is what you want on your body forever?

I don’t care if Scarlett here is super hot (which, duh, of course she is), this is just dumb. There’s a difference between being confident and being cocky, and there’s even a small area of cocky that’s ok as long as you can back it up, but this isn’t anywhere near that. This is cocky to the max. And it’s permanent. I can’t even get over this.

Also, it’s not even a good tattoo. Shouldn’t Scarlett Johansson be able to afford really good tattoos? If she’s going to get a dumb horseshoe on her ribs, she could at least be able to afford a tattoo artist who could center it properly, and probably she could afford one who does tattoos that don’t look like a doodle from a seven-year-old.

But what do you think? Do you love it?

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  • Apparently she got this from some famous (?) graffiti artist. This is his “style” and people actually pay good money for his work. I can’t for the life of me see why. I suppose it’s some sort of “artistic statement” but unless you make him ink a disclaimer on you explaining why the hell it looks so awful, people will just think it’s a prison tat.

  • Tattoos are very personal. To dislike another person’s taste in tattoos, is similar to disliking their taste in art. People will pay millions for Andy Warhol paintings & I find them hideous. Other people will probably pay thousands for Brad Pitt’s upcoming furniture line & I find that atrocious as well. So… at least her tattoo is in an inconspicuous place & it probably has special and private meaning to her so that is all that really matters.

    • Wow. As someone who has several large, exspensive pieces I can seriously say that I don’t see the appeal or artistry kn his work. My 10 year old nephew is a better artist. Damn.

      • Yeah, I think she will be trying to change it really soon. It has to be really awesome for a person to want it there forever!

  • Stumbled across this article and I know it’s a little late, but since no one else has brought this up, I figured I should. I think it’s stupid to judge other’s ink because it could be personal. “Lucky You” could be something her dad or beloved grandmother used to say to her. Or it could have been meant for someone who has those style of tattoos. I personally don’t understand that shitty style unless you are punk rock and a friend did it for you when you guys were drunk. Or maybe she just likes it. Cleary she can afford better. Point is, it’s a waste of time to judge, since we will never know the meaning.