Scarlett Johansson Pumps Breast Milk At The Oscars

Just when you thought Scarlett Johansson couldn't get any cooler, the stunning actress does something epic to top it. HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively that ScarJo is loving motherhood so much that she even pumped her breast milk at the Oscars. There is no denying it, Scarlett Johansson, 30, looked amazing at the 2015 Oscars on Feb. 22. The new mommy wowed in an emerald green Atelier Versace gown that gave her easy access to do one major thing -- pump her breast milk. HollywoodLife.com exclusively learned that she wasn't shy about pumping backstage.

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Scarlett Johansson Pumped Her Breast Milk At The Oscars

When most women open their purses at awards shows, they usually aren’t filled with much. Maybe their tiny clutches have some lipgloss, a cellphone and breath mints, but not Scarlett’s. She came to the Oscars equipped with her breast pump!

“Scarlett brought her breast pump to the Academy Awards, an insider told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “She pumped backstage before going on stage to present.”

That is amazing! We knew we loved Scarlett, but this just makes her rock so much more.

The insider went on to say, “She looked gorgeous and just loves being a mother. She’s a natural.”

It’s great to see the Lucy star successfully juggle motherhood and her career, because both are obviously very important.

Scarlett Johansson Pumps Breast Milk — Fans Weigh In

The Avengers star opened up about motherhood and how great breast feeding is, and credits the natural act to her smoking hot post-baby body.

The blonde beauty told Barbara Walters on the 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014 TV special, “[Breastfeeding is] the best way to get back in shape.” She went on to say, “[I do] the whole bit. I’m nursing and I love it.”

So that’s her secret to her amazing post-baby bod!

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers, do you love the fact that Scarlett brought her breast pump to the Oscars? Let us know your thoughts!

— Written by Brittany King, Reporting by Sandra Clark

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