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Scarlett Johansson and Debbie Harry Chat on MySpace

May 23, 2008 3:01 PM ET

Actress-turned-singer Scarlett Johansson and singer-turned-actress Debbie Harry sit and chat View-style in a new Artist to Artist segment up now on MySpace. The two sip champagne in a recording studio while discussing subjects like meeting Peter Falk, making music in aquatic places and the 30th anniversary of Blondie's Parallel Lines (The songs are still "so totally modern and timeless," says Johansson.) Johansson only briefly mentions her album of Tom Waits covers, but maybe she's just there trying to get the inside track over Kirsten Dunst to play the role of Harry in that upcoming Blondie film.

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