Scarlett Johansson gets slimed by husband Colin Jost during MTV Movie and TV Awards speech
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Scarlett Johansson was slimed by her husband Colin Jost midway through her acceptance speech at the MTV Movie & TV Awards.

The 36-year-old actress appeared via video as she was honored with the Generation Award at the ceremony on Sunday night (05.16.21) - and was in for a surprise.

As she teased her new film, the 'Saturday Night Live' writer poured the green gunge all over his spouse.

She said: "It's my great pleasure to share with you a sneak peak from a film that is the culmination of 10 years of work and one of the greatest."

And after getting slimed, she reacted: "What the f***."

Colin - who tied the knot with the 'Black Widow' star last October - had jokingly or purposely mixed up MTV with Nickelodeon, which is known to slime its guests and celebrities.

He said: "MTV you got slimed!", to which she corrected her other half: "That's Nickelodeon!"

He responded: "S***... I'm very, very sorry."

After trying to remove some of the green slime from her hair, Scarlett told him: "Don't touch me. Let me get it! Where did you even get this?"

Colin then said: "I love ya. Amazon!"

Meanwhile, 'WandaVision' was the big winner at the first night of the MTV Movie & TV Awards, taking home four prizes.

Held over two evenings, tonight (05.17.21) sees the launch of the inaugural Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted, which is billed as a celebration of all things reality TV.

This article originally ran on celebretainment.com.

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