After retrieving the other SNL cast members and ending Davidson's reign of terror, Johansson's monologue took a heartfelt turn. "I just want to say that this place means so much to me," Johansson said, with Jost at her side. "I have so many friends here and I met the love of my life here. " She then gave Jost a quick kiss to applause from the audience.
Then, the monologue turned into a mini-Avengers installment, in which Pete Davidson made members of the cast disappear with "Infinity Stones. " At one point, Jost ran onstage to tell Johansson he's okay, and she barely reacts. "I thought you'd be more relieved to see me! " Jost says.
It was a moment that Scarlett Johansson, the evening's host, shared with her fiancé and "Weekend Update" anchor Colin Jost during her opening monologue.
The few times Johansson has spoken about her soon-to-be husband, though, indicate how happy the two are together. "It was surprising; he’s got a lot behind that news desk he’s hiding," she said about Jost in an interview with People. "He’s very charming and very thoughtful and romantic.
In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, the actor said she's matured since her first marriage. "I feel like I’m in a place in my life, I feel I’m able to make more active choices," she said. "I’m more present, I think, than I’ve been before.
It was Johansson's sixth time hosting the show—so she started off her monologue with some quips about her return to the Studio 8H. "If the show's bad, what are the going to do? Fire my fiancé? " Johansson said. "Oh no!
"I met the love of my life here." 😍 https://t.co/6pa7GoQKHR— Glamour (@glamourmag) December 15, 2019