At "Rough Night" premiere, Scarlett Johansson hangs with her one-time twin

"Do you want to come see "Rough Night" with me?"

A woman named Geraldine sent the Internet into a frenzy in April after a photo emerged of her looking identical to the 32-year-old actress.

Scarlett Johansson was shimmering at the premiere of her upcoming film Rough Night! The excited actress extended an invite to "Grandma Geraldine" for drinks and a little girls' night out. She then suggested the two gals get drunk together.

Catching wind of her supposed doppelganger, Johansson chose to check out the pic herself, and was probably just as impressed as us by how much young Geraldine looked like her. Because Geraldine had said that when she was "drunk as a skunk" when the lookalike photo was snapped. I'll see you at the bar. Be there or be square!'

Johansson was joined by costars Kate McKinnon, Demi Moore, Jillian Bell, Zoë Kravitz, and Ilana Glazer for the star-studded premiere of the comedy that follows five university friends who reunite in Miami for a wild hen weekend. "I can't look that far ahead". Hopefully, her night at the premiere wasn't too rough. They were seen holding hands through the meal. according to the NY Post. Well, June rolled around, and turns out, the invitation was accepted.

A source told Page Six: "They were really chill and super nice".

'When women talk about enjoying sex, it's nearly forbidden, ' Johansson lamented in the July edition of Cosmopolitan.

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