Scarlett Johansson and her fiance Colin Jost were seen in Hamptons on Long Island, New York on Monday amid the threat of novel coronavirus outbreak. The lovely pair were seen all smiling as they went to buy some food and other things.
Scarlett looked beautiful in her casual look
Scarlett was seen wearing a woollen brown overcoat and a pair of loose-fitting jeans which were distressed in the knee as well. The Horse Whisperer actress wore a black and white scarf alongside a beanie for extra warmth. Moreover, she wore a pair of $520 Gucci printed espadrilles too. However, Scarlett maintained a low profile with shades on with her hair not styled at all.
On the other hand, Colin also dressed in a casual white T-shirt along with a khaki jacket. He also wore jeans and striking red beanie on his head as well. The couple has been dating since 2017 and were seen carrying beverages in brown paper bags way back to their home.
Colin’s show postponed due to coronavirus threat
The couple has been in The Hamptons since Monday, after his show, SNL has been put on hold amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. SNL was about to be back to its scheduled broadcast time on March 28, but Variety reported on Monday afternoon that it will be postponed until April amidst the serious situation.
While John Krasinski was all set to host the program, Dua Lipa was set to look after the musical performance.
Coronavirus has already affected several people across the globe. This not only affected people’s lives but also cancelled or postponed many events all over the world which included sports and film and television show productions too. Many of the show has been stopped which included: The Handmaid’s Tale, Lord of The Rings, Empire, Peaky Blinders, Stranger Things, The Ellen Show, Jimmy Fallon Show, The Bachelorette, Survivor and The Walking Dead.
On the other hand, Scarlett’s movie Black Widow has been delayed too amid the threat. Meanwhile, Disney also decided to announce the next date of their movie release as well.
Notably, the news came after Marvel stopped their production on three of the upcoming shows: The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, Loki and WandaVision in the dangerous situation. As per the news, there are more than 3200 cases and 115 deaths from COVID-19 reported so far in the United States.
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