Scarlett Johansson takes Brigitte Bardot’s role, sings ‘Bonnie and Clyde’


Forty-three years after the French singer and songwriter Serge Gainsbourg teamed with one of the top sex symbols of the late 60s, Brigitte Bardot, to create the popular duet “Bonnie and Clyde,” his son Lulu joins actress Scarlet Johansson in a new rendition to the song.

Scarlett actually takes advantage of her overly-seductive voice, in my opinion, to create a nice tribute to the original. The video clip is pretty sexy too.

By the way, we are not talking about the Beyonce/Jay-Z duet. (Just making sure.)

The song is a part of a tribute album, put together by Lulu in honor of his father, who grew up in Nazi-occupied France and died 20 years ago.

So what do you think? Should Scarlett switch professions?

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