Whoever is in charge of Jennifer Lawrence’s skin color (is it you?) went a little/a lot spray tan-happy on the poor girl before the Academy Awards Nominations Luncheon, which left the Jen we know and love looking less like her peachy self and more like the Oscar statuette we hope she wins. She looks terribly uncomfortable, almost as if she’s trying to tell us, “You and I both know that I am not actually this brown.” And then! Jen showed up later in the evening at the Hollywood Reporter Nominees’ Night (on the right), looking wayyyy closer to her natural shade. I am left with the impression that she ran home after the first event and scrubbed herself silly to fade the color, to which I say: been there, done that. You never know what you’re gonna get with those spray tans, and there is a painstakingly fine line between bronzed and luminous and old baseball glove.
“I just went to the doctor today, I got a chest X-ray of my lungs and discovered that my breasts are uneven … I was like standing there with these doctors and they’re like looking at my lungs and I just couldn’t—it felt like an elephant in the room—and I was like, ‘Are my breasts uneven?’ And they were just kind of, like, stifled and uncomfortable, obviously. So I kept thinking, ‘Well, I’m gonna dig myself out of this hole by bringing it up again’ … So he was like, ‘All right, our radiologist will get back to you about your lungs.’ And I was like, ‘And my breasts.’”
– Jennifer Lawrence laments her uneven boobs on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” My unprofessional opinion is that her boobs are going to be just fine. Nothing an Oscar can’t fix. [ONTD]
The cold winter months have arrived, which means it’s time to heat things up. Our new newsletter, Hump Day Hotties, will bring our favorite eye candy directly into your inbox every Wednesday. (Subscribe here!) Feel free to drool. We won’t judge.
Nicholas Hoult’s screen career began when he played the wee moppet that Hugh Grant befriends in “About A Boy.” We filed him away in our Adorable Children File and forgot about him. And then several years later, Hoult reappeared, as scummy-sexy Tony in the UK version of “Skins” and we were smitten with his Legally-Actually-An-Adult Hotness (he’s 23!). Since then, he’s appeared in films like “A Single Man” and “X-Men: First Class,” and snagged a hot girlfriend you may have heard of … Jennifer Lawrence (though the pair just recently split up). Keep reading »
Jennifer Lawrence played a bratty teenager named Lisa in a commercial for the reality series “My Super Sweet 16,” which she made when she was 14.
“I want to thank MTV. I’ll explain that. I earned my SAG card when I was 14, I did an MTV promo for ‘My Super Sweet 16.’ And I remember getting it in the mail and it being the best day in my entire life, because it officially made me a professional actor,” the 22-year-old actress said while accepting her SAG Award on Sunday.
Jennifer is featured in two different ads where things go terribly wrong for the birthday girl. Check them out here!
When I sat down to watch “Silver Linings Playbook,” I had high hopes. Friends whose opinions I respect loved the film and praise for her performance has made Jennifer Lawrence a front-runner for Best Actress in this year’s Oscar race. I’ve loved Lawrence since “Winter’s Bone” and I’m constantly amazed by her ability to play incredibly tough, independent, strong-willed protagonists.
But “Silver Linings Playbook” left me with an uneasy feeling, and it wasn’t because of the film’s flawed grasp of mental illness or its contrived and formulaic plot. It had everything to do with the treatment of Lawrence’s character. My first reaction to the film when it ended was: “What was with all the slut shaming?” [Spoilers after the jump!] Keep reading »
Poor Jennifer Lawrence. She wins a Golden Globe for her performance in “Silver Linings Playbook” and yet all anyone can talk about is how she “dissed” Meryl Streep in her acceptance speech. When Lawrence popped on stage to receive her reward, the first thing she said was, “It says I beat Meryl!” leading Lindsay Lohan — yes, that Lindsay Lohan — to tweet “no1 should ever mess with a legend, such as Meryl Streep.” The thing is, Lindz and everyone else who thought Jennifer was being a snot, “It says I beat Meryl” is a famous line from the hilaaaaaaarious movie “The First Wives Club.” Watch as Jennifer explains herself on last night’s “Late Show with David Letterman,” and then check out the original after the jump… Keep reading »
It’s awards season, errbody (said in J-Kwon voice), and we’re stoked to see the biggest names in the business all decked out for the Golden Globes. The third most-watched awards show brings out some of our favorite actresses, like Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, and Claire Danes (all shown at last year’s awards), and we can’t wait to see what they’re wearing. So much so, in fact, that we decided to go ahead and place some bets on who we think will be wearing who on tonight’s red carpet…
The Oscar noms are in, and now we’re left to twiddle our thumbs and wait to find out who won all the awards. In the meantime, we figured we could at least take a look at how the lady nominees stack up in the style department.
Feel free to take guesses on what they’ll be wearing, and who’ll come out on top, in the comments!
“I don’t like going out that much. I’m kind of an old lady. After it’s 11, I’m like, ‘Don’t these kids ever get tired?’ When I’m out, I think about my couch. Like, ‘It would be awesome to be on it right now. I bet there’s an episode of Dance Moms on. Am I missing a new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians?’ I like people to come over to my place. It’s like a reality TV show cave.”
— Twinsies! Jennifer Lawrence and I are on the very same page regarding nights out. I always worry that I am maybe the lamest person on earth, so it’s really reassuring to know that not only are there other people like me out there, but that Jen is one of them. We should hang out, right? We could totally watch “Real Housewives” together all day. I would even let her pick which series! Come on, Jen. Best friends. Let’s do this. [Us Weekly]