Next up in a long line of pop songs dedicated to famous folks -- Adam Green's "Jessica Simpson"; Mojo Nixon's "Stuffin' Martha's Muffin"; "Robert De Niro's Waiting" by Bananarama; that weird, annoying, and stalkerish "David Duchovny" song by Bree Sharp; Gorillaz's homages to Clint Eastwood; every song written about or inspired by Winona Ryder; all 19,000 songs written about Elvis; all 10,000 songs about Bob Dylan; and, let's not forget, ABC's cloying "When Smokey Sings," to name just a few -- is a tribute to Scarlett Johansson. It's a sly, softly sexed-up tribute to the actress by the aptly-named French pop band The Teenagers, whose influences include Red Bull, sex (duh), vodka and "ham rollz." Word. We're only surprised it took someone so long.
And speaking of Scarlett, upon her return from visiting an American military base in Kuwait, she coyly thwarted rumors of her engagement to Ryan Reynolds by telling reporters that she's engaged to an altogether different famous man who'll probably also inspire some songwriting of his own: Barack Obama. No word back from Obama's people.