According to Page Six, Scarlett Johansson is a married woman for the second time. The actress got hitched to French journalist Romain Dauriac shortly after the birth of their daughter in September. But was the ceremony in some gorgeous chateau in the groom's home country?

No. It was in freakin' Montana. A clerk in Granite County confirmed to People that ScarJo and RoDau got married on October 1 in Philipsburg, Montana.

Philipsburg has a population of 820, according to the 2010 census, according to Wikipedia. Its population is 96.8 percent white, and its climate ranges from semi-arid to humid continental.

Richard Hugo once referenced the town in his 1973 poem "Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg," which you can read here at your leisure. It's a poem about death.

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