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VIDEO: Scarlett Johansson Has a "Weird Chemical Reaction" to the Red Carpet

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May 5 2010, Published 6:52 a.m. ET

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Scarlett Johansson always looks perfect and glamorous on the red carpet, but behind her luminous smile and beautiful appearance there is a lot of sweat!

She is definitely one of Hollywood's hottest leading ladies, but walking the red carpet is not a breeze for the star — she actually needs a breeze while posing for pictures.

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“I like the getting ready part. I like the hair and the makeup and the pretty dress… It’s just getting on the red carpet, I just instantly flop sweat,” Scarlett admitted to Ellen DeGeneres on an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show airing today.

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“It’s a weird chemical reaction I have somehow to the red carpet,” she explained. “I don’t know what it is. Maybe it’s just the carpet itself.”

Ellen suggested that if the carpet were a different color, it may help Scarlett's sweating issue.

“Exactly, maybe we should have had a green carpet,” Scarlett said.

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Scarlett also admitted she "flops" sweat while performing as a singer.

“I probably need a shot to stop that,” she joked.

The 25-year-old actress can be seen on the big screen as Black Widow in Iron Man 2 opening Friday!

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