Scarlett Johansson Wore a Choker With Her Plunging Gown

Scarlett Johansson made a rare red carpet appearance with her husband Colin Jost on Sunday. The new parents took a break from their baby duties to attend the 44th annual Kennedy Center Honors.
For the occasion, Johansson opted for a super low-cut ball gown with halter-neck sequins, which she combined with beaded strappy heels. The actress adorned the sparkling, deep dress with a gold chain necklace, simple stud earrings and stacking bracelets. She had her blonde hair pulled back in a combed back, curly ponytail.
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost
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For his part, Jost wore a classic black tuxedo suit with a crisp white button. A silk bow tie and lapels and patent leather shoes rounded off his look.
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Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels was honored at this year's celebrations, which most likely was why the SNL star and his wife were in attendance. Jost was joined by a few cast mates and other variety show alums, including Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Martin Short, Kristen Wiig, Kenan Thompson, and Jimmy Fallon, to honor their boss.
Other winners were Bette Midler, Berry Gordy, Joni Mitchell and Justino Día. “This year's honorees represent the unifying power of the arts and certainly remind us of what unites us as human beings,” said Deborah F. Rutter, President of the Kennedy Center, in a statement on her website. "These artists are equal parts genius, inspiration and entertainment."
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