Scarlett Johansson recently appeared in a virtual interview for The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday. Jimmy congratulated the Black Widow star on her marriage with Colin Jost, with whom she got married last year.
Jimmy Fallon asked Johansson a question about pizza, specifically about whether they argue about what’s the best pizza in New York-
“We love Colin Jost and we know you’re both life long new yorkers do you ever argue over pizza in New York, where to get the best pizza?”
“Oh, yeah, well, you know Colin is from Staten Island, so that means something. You know, he’s very specific about his slice. Where, you know, he’ll definitely tell you the best slice is in Staten Island.”
However, Scarlett Johansson is also from New York, further explaining that she has another pick for the best pizza in New York that is completely different from Colin’s pick-
“I respectfully disagree. I am from Manhattan, and are you asking where my favorite slice is from?”
“I got to say by the slice, I really love Joe’s pizza.”
Jimmy Fallon also joined in on the conversation and gave his pick for the best pizza in New York-
“That’s what I’m talking about. I would say for a whole pie though, I got to go with Lombardi’s I love Lombardi’s.”
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost tied the knot last year in October, nearly ten years since they got to know each other. The now-married couple met ten years ago when Johansson appeared in one of Colin’s sketches for Saturday Night Live, which parodied “Teen Mom”.
Over the years, the two didn’t really speak to each other- that was until 2017, when Colin and Johansson got “close” at a SNL cast party. They eventually dated the same year, which all led to them being engaged in 2019.
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost got married in October 2020, last year. Community based organization Meals on Wheels America shared the news on their Instagram. The original caption, which has now been removed, read-
“We’re thrilled to break the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost were married over the weekend in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and love ones, following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC.”