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VIDEO: Scarlett Johansson Gets Sexy for Dolce & Gabbana

11/12/2009 at 04:51 PM ET

We’ve already seen Scarlett Johansson‘s lush ads for Dolce & Gabbana’s “Rose The One” fragrance, and now we get to see her sexy commercial for the Italian brand. In the clip, the sultry star sports a skimpy black strapless dress and heels while lounging at a kitchen table and peeling an orange. “It seems simple. Beauty is on the outside, but you might have to get what’s inside to get to what’s sweet. Beauty that’s in your mind — that’s the one,” she says, alluding to the fragrance “L’eau The One.” Buy your own “L’Eau The One” at neimanmarcus.com, $60 for 1.6 oz. –Kristin Larson

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Mary on

Jordan, Scarlett is far from a “starving” actress. She’s got awesome curves, and her body is to die for.

I really wish people would stop assuming thin people are either starving or anorexic.

sam on

Wake me up please..

Jennifer on

how is that sexy?

jeun on

it looks god, but i think it couldn’t been better not in some kitchen!

jeun on

It looks really good, but it would have been better instead of some kitchen! shes beautiful also!

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