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Singing Sensation! Scarlett Johansson Sings Jazz To Soothe Baby Rose: Report

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Aug. 6 2015, Published 2:30 p.m. ET

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Kick-ass superhero or jazz singer? Scarlett Johansson can do both, obviously. The new mother prefers to croon old school jazz to her daughter Rose, 11 months, rather than repeat a traditional lullaby in order to soothe the baby.

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“When Rose is screaming, the nanny gives her to Scarlett,” an insider told Us Weekly. “Scarlett is the only one who can calm her down.”

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ScarJo, 30, actually released two albums in 2008 and 2009. “Scarlett has a beautiful voice, and Rose will stop crying immediately. She likes to sing like Nina Simone and Anita O’Day as well as her own songs, too.”

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The Avengers star married French journalist Romain Dauric in October 2014 and often gushes about their daughter. “The biggest joy that I have is looking at my daughter,” she said to Parade magazine.

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Having a baby also forced Scarlett to maintain a healthier lifestyle. “Rose got her to give up smoking,” reveals the source. “Scarlett says she very, very rarely has a cigarette now and it’s because she doesn’t want her baby to smell it.”

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