By SARAH BULL
She's all woman! Scarlett Johansson showed off her hourglass figure in a black corseted gown at the 47th Golden Camera Awards at the Axel Springer Haus in Berlin, Germany, tonight
Hollywood is full of female celebrities doing their best to slim down for red carpet appearances and on-screen roles.
So it comes as a refreshing change to see Scarlett Johansson stand out from the crowd by showing off her stunning hourglass figure at an awards ceremony in Berlin, Germany. The 27-year-old actress teamed the sexy black corseted halterneck gown, which featured a crossed over detail on the back, with a pair of silver drop earrings as she walked the red carpet at the 47th Golden Camera Awards at the Axel Springer Haus.
Glamour girl: The dress featured a sexy open back
Scarlett wore her hair up for the occasion, in a chic waved chignon, and opted for dewy, simple make-up with smoky eyes and plum-coloured lipstick.
But there was no sign of Scarlett's latest accessory - her new boyfriend, as she posed on the red carpet.
It was revealed recently that Scarlett has started dating advertising executive Nate Naylor, and the pair were spotted enjoying an intimate date in New York recently.
Professional poser: Scarlett looked calm and confident as she posed up for photographers, going solo without her new boyfriend Nate Naylor at the event
Prize winner: Scarlett took home the award for Best International Actress
Scarlett will play a country girl who moves to New York in a bid to make a name for herself as a singer. However, after she is dumped by her boyfriend, she takes a singing job at a bar where she is then discovered by a music producer, played by Ruffalo.
Famous faces: Morgan Freeman and Denzel Washington were also present at the annual awards ceremony
Other winners at the event included Dionne Warwick, who received the lifetime achievement award, and Dutch jazz singer Caro Emerald, who won the best music international prize. The Golden Camera awards are the most prestigious ceremony n Germany, with an estimated 4 to 6million locals tuning in to watch the awards when they are broadcasted live on television.