Shalom Life | May 24, 2015

Scarlett and Sean Make Out in Front of Obama

New couple ScarJo and Sean Penn make out at the White House Correspondence Dinner.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: May 3rd, 2011 in Culture » Film » News

Scarlett and Sean Make Out in Front of Obama

Scarlett Johansson and Sean Penn were reportedly getting hot and heavy during the White House Correspondence Dinner on Saturday evening. According to Us Weekly, Scarlett was sitting on Sean’s lap, which led to an “intense” make out session during dinner before taking it outside.

The NY Post wrote, “She plopped down in his lap, and they were kissing,” described a shocked witness. The two left the room for “an hour,” sources said, and Penn came back to the table with his tie askew.”

Another onlooker announced that “It happened right as the main course of the dinner was being put on the table”.

The couple was separated after dinner for a few hours, but reconnected at the Vanity Fair after party. “Around 1 a.m. Sean showed up and he and Scarlett were immediately side by side for the rest of the night”, said an Us Magazine source “When they were walking out the door, Sean stopped her, took off his jacket, and put it on her shoulders, saying, ‘It’s cold out there.’ They then grabbed hands and walked out before 3 a.m.”

I suppose it’s nice to see the talented pair are happy (and obviously enjoying themselves), but you’d think when invited to dine with the President at a high-profile social function, you might enforce a little bit of social etiquette.

The Hollywood rumour mill is also speculating that ScarJo is preggers with Sean’s baby, although insiders insist she isn’t. I guess she just didn’t look lithe enough at the dinner to impress paparazzi and other onlookers- apparently the combo of a flowing dress and new hairstyle solidifies Baby Mama status.

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