When it comes to dating Scarlett Johansson, it's complicated.
The 32-year-old actress appeared on Howard Stern's Sirius XM show on Monday, where she was pressed about her newly single status, after filing for divorce from her husband, French journalist Romain Dauriac, earlier this month. Johansson said she worries less about her fame getting in the way of dating again, as opposed to how it will affect her daughter, 2-year-old Rose.
"I'm on guard because I have a young daughter," Johansson said, agreeing with co-host Robin Quivers that she would never introduce her daughter to just anyone. "That's something I'm more concerned about."
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"A lot of comedians I know have a dark side though," Johansson noted. "I don't need any darkness."
"I think I've got a lot on my plate right now, but I'll let you know," she added about Stern playing matchmaker.
Johansson did admit to having a type -- chefs! When Stern asked who she thinks is "the hottest guy right now in the world," she surprisingly named Gordon Ramsay.
"Honestly, I'm like, somebody who likes Gordon Ramsay," she said, also revealing she has a celeb crush on Anthony Bourdain.
"There's a running theme," she joked.
As for her own actor friends, Johansson said she doesn't have many, though she is close to her Avengers co-star, Chris Evans. "My girlfriends are all from high school," she explained.
ET spoke with Johansson on Saturday at the junket for her latest film, Ghost in the Shell, where she shared that she's still on a "journey of self-discovery" -- much like her character, the cyber-enhanced soldier, Major.
"Major is curious about herself, to discover not just her own identity, but to discover what it means to be human for her," she told ET's Cameron Mathison. "I've been also on that journey of self-discovery, you know, to continue to be curious about myself, and therefore, enrich the relationship with myself and then subsequently my other relationships with friends and family and so forth. It's all part of the forward momentum."
Johansson said her daughter will have to wait until she's 11 or 12 to see the action film.
"You're asking the wrong person, because my mom showed me Silence of the Lambs when I was, like, nine," she revealed. "I don't know what she was thinking. I had older siblings so there was, like, no filter in the house."
"I still look back on it and I'm like, I was traumatized by that," she joked.