AceShowbiz - Scarlett Johansson is keeping her options open. While the actress has been romantically linked to Colin Jost, she reportedly still has feelings for showbiz lawyer Kevin Yorn, with whom she was spotted holding hands back in June. According to PEOPLE, the two are still seeing each other despite Scarlett's alleged romance with the "Saturday Night Live" star.
Although the two are "both openly dating people, the feelings haven't fizzled" between them. "[Yorn's] not 'the one' for her or anything like that," a source tells the site. "They genuinely enjoy each other's company and that will never change."
"They're still seeing each other but are busy and have a lot of commitments, so when they get moments of time, that's when they make the effort to see each other outside of their work exchanges," the source says, before noting that their "relationship is complex and goes far back."
"They've been friends outside of working together, but there's always been more to the equation," the source adds. While things may be heating up between them, "dating wouldn't be the right word for their current status." The source further reveals that Kevin has been "very quiet about it among friends and colleagues because of how it may appear on the outside."
The report comes just days after Scarlett and Colin were spotted locking lips during a glitzy bash over Labor Day weekend. According to witnesses, the alleged couple "kissed outside and didn't care that it was raining" while dancing to Diana Ross' performance.
The "Lost in Translation" actress has been always skeptical about monogamous relationship. "I think the idea of marriage is very romantic; It's a beautiful idea," she said earlier this year. "And the practice of it can be a very beautiful thing. I don't think it's a natural to be a monogamous person. I might be skewered for that, but I think it's work. It's a lot of work."
Back in 2008, she claimed that monogamy wasn't "a natural instinct for human beings, but it doesn't mean I don't believe in monogamy or true love. I believe in finding a soulmate. I've always been in monogamous relationships. I would never want to be in an open one. It'd be too awful. Monogamy can be hard work for some people. I don't think it applies to everybody, and I don't think a lot of people can do it."