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Sexy Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson is auctioning herself off on eBay. The star is offering the highest bidder a chance to spend the evening with her at the premiere of one of her movies.

Also included in the eBay package is two tickets to the premier of her upcoming summer flick He's Just Not That Into You which also stars Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore and Ben Affleck.

The winner will receive a chauffered car service to the premiere and their hair and makeup done by Prive.

There will be two tickets to the world premiere of the movie in July in either Los Angeles or New York - and some one on one time with Johansson herself.

A video also plays on the eBay listing featuring Johansson who says: "Hi, I am Scarlett Johansson and I'm auctioning off two tickets to be my guest at the world premiere of my film He's Just Not That In To You.

"This auction benefits Oxfam, which is an international relief organization that fights poverty around the world.

"The winner of the charity auction will not only get to attend the premiere but 100 per cent of the proceeds go directly to supporting Oxfam's work so please, please, please bid high.

"Thank you for listening and thanks for your support and happy bidding."

Proceeds will benefit Oxfam America, an international development and relief agency which delivers development programs and emergency relief services, and also campaigns for change in global practices and policies that keep people in poverty.

The eBay lilsting states: "Scarlett Johansson is a passionate and commited advocate and fundraiser and has been involved with Oxfam since 2005.

"The bidding is listed to end on March 12 2008 - and so far there have been a total of eight bids with the highest bid being $205.

(China Daily/Agencies March 4, 2008)

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