Remember this cringeworthy Oscars moment?
Back in February 2015, Scarlett Johansson received an awkward kiss from John Travolta on the Academy Awards red carpet — and people are still talking about the strange embrace today!
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During the 87th Academy Awards, the 32-year-old actress wowed in a form-fitting, emerald green Versace gown paired with a bold statement necklace. While posing for photos before the show began, John — clad in a navy blue tux — sauntered up to ScarJo and gave her an awkward side-hug and kiss on the cheek.
John and Scarlett at the 2015 Oscars. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
At the time, fans were totally creeped out by the Grease star's move. "John Travolta is that uncle at a wedding," one person wrote on Twitter with another similarly adding, "I think John Travolta is definitely going to win one of these years for Best Inadvertent Performance Artist."
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Despite her stoic reaction in the pics, Scarlett later clarified that John's red carpet hug was "totally welcome."
"The image that is circulating is an unfortunate still-frame from a live-action encounter that was very sweet and totally welcome," she explained. "That still photo does not reflect what preceded and followed if you see the moment live."
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"[I hadn't] seen John in some years and it is always a pleasure to be greeted by him," Scarlett said of the 63-year-old actor, adding John is "a class act."
"There is nothing strange, creepy or inappropriate about John Travolta," she said.
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