We never thought there would come a time when drought/famine in Africa would be reported on alongside Scarlett Johansson's knockers, but here we are.
CNN has snagged the first interview with Johansson since some self-taken naked photos of her were jacked from her personal phone and spread across the internet. The short-version: she's pissed.
The angry Black Widow was very blunt with reporter David McKenzie about being snared in this spider's web of scandal and bare buttocks:
"Who doesn't want to protect their own privacy?" she said. "Just because you're an actor or make films or whatever doesn't mean you're not entitled to your own personal privacy. If that is sieged in some way, it feels unjust. It feels wrong."
The actress already sicced her lawyers on some websites that published the nudie pics and contacted the FBI, but she used the attention she knew would be generated by the interview to shed light on the current devastation that's sweeping Kenya.
She is currently stationed in Nairobi with the humanitarian group Oxfam as an ambassador to witness the plight of refugees affected by the natural disaster there.
"What struck me the most is the fact that people are just surviving," she said. "They are in sort of a state of limbo."