AceShowbiz - Scarlett Johansson made sure all eyes were on her when she finally made her red carpet return months after giving birth to her son Cosmo. The "Black Widow" actress turned heads when attending the American Cinematheque Awards in Los Angeles with her husband Colin Jost.
On Thursday, November 18, the 36-year-old actress, who became the 35th recipient of the award, walked the red carpet arm-in-arm with her husband for the star-studded event at Beverly Hilton Hotel. For the special occasion, the "Avengers: Endgame" star flashed her cleavage in her Versace glittering top. She also added a white suit over the sexy bustier. In the meantime, the "Saturday Night Live" regular looked dapper in a classic black suit.
The appearance marked their first red carpet appearance together since getting married in October 2020 and welcoming their son in August. When announcing that they had a new bundle of joy, the 39-year-old comedian made use of his Instagram Story to write, "Ok Ok we had a baby. His name is Cosmo."
"We love him very much," Colin continued. The "Coming 2 America" star also asked for privacy and jokingly directed all further inquiries to his "SNL" co-star Michael Che, "Privacy would be greatly appreciated. For all inquires please contact our publicist @chethinks #wegotawaywithitforalongtime #nokidspolicy #we'regoingtodisneyworld."
While Colin didn't give away many details of the baby and delivery process, it's apparently been a while since he and Scarlett welcomed their son. In Scarlett's "Black Widow" lawsuit, which she filed against Disney while she's "heavily pregnant," it's stated that the "Under the Skin" actress was "in the hospital in labor."
The news of their baby's arrival came just days after Colin confirmed the pregnancy. "We're having a baby, it's exciting," so he told the audience during a stand-up show at the Ridgefield Playhouse in Connecticut.
More recently, Colin revealed that his mother Kerry Kelly was "slightly thrown" by Cosmo's name and has even asked if it was final. "My mom, I would say, was slightly thrown by it and didn't quite understand it," the funnyman told Seth Meyers during his appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers".
"I don't know if she thought it was kind of, like, a hippie thing," Colin added. He then recalled, "She would call us and say, you know, after three or four days, she'd be like, 'Cosmo... And now, is it final? Like, did you submit the birth certificate?' And we're like, 'Oh, yeah, we did that at the hospital.' "