Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman Piss Off Christina Aguilera

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bill-swift - December 4, 2006

Christina Aguilera isn't happy, and it's all because of Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman. According to The Sun, Christina wasn't thrilled at all when Scarlett and Natalie showed up to her post-concert party in London, and proceeded to completely steal her spotlight.

The singer had a face like thunder as she stormed out of her own 1920s-themed aftershow party at London's Paper club on Thursday night.

And there was a good reason for the Dirrty looks. Aggy was far from pleased when Hollywood stars NATALIE PORTMAN and SCARLETT JOHANSSON stole the limelight at the bash after her sell-out Wembley gig.

The party-loving pair rocked up in the wee small hours and plonked themselves down beside her in the VIP area.

Furious Aggy gave them a killer stare and turned her back before bailing out soon after, leaving them to rule the dancefloor.

The gorgeous gatecrashers stayed until the bitter end then snuck out with jumpers over their heads to hide their bleary eyes from snappers like true party professions.

Um, Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman can crash my party anytime, if you know what I mean. But seriously, who the hell would be interested in that blow-up doll of a singer after Scarlett and Natalie (the two most beatiful girls in the world, or two of, depending on who you ask) walk through the door? No, she never had a chance, and it's just poor sportsmanship to whine about it.

Sadly, there's only two new pictures of Scarlett and Natalie together in their new movie, The Other Boleyn Girl, but you can see more of them together in this post: Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson: Together at Last... At Last

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