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Scarlett Johansson Offers Up A Date For Oxfam

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Although the auction for a date with actor Colin Firth has ended (a personalized birthday message from the actor also just ended yesterday for over $3K!), Oxfam is offering up their next prize in the form of actress Scarlett Johansson.

From today until March 12th, you can bid on the opportunity to win a date with Scarlett at the premiere of her latest film, He’s Just Not That Into You. Well, I guess it’s not so much a date as it is a “meet n’ greet” — you get two tickets as Scarlett’s guest and the opportunity to briefly chat with her. We figure, however, that Johansson will probably be quite gracious as she’s a firm supporter of Oxfam and takes the whole charity angle quite seriously.

You’ll also receive chauffeured car service to the premiere (see if you can sneak onto the red carpet!), and hair and makeup styling for one. Check out the video below for more from Scarlett!

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