lunes, 25 de febrero de 2013

Jennifer Lawrence Talks Oscars Fall During Booze-Fuelled Interview: 'I Thought'

Just when we thought it wasn't possible for us to love Jennifer Lawrence any more, she went and fell up the stairs whilst accepting her Academy Award! During a post-Oscars press room interview, the actress opened up about THAT trip that we all saw, saying that when she was down there she simply thought 'f**k.'
She may be a Hollywood superstar, but Jennifer Lawrence is just as down to earth as the rest of us, it seems, as she's spoken out about her trip in front of a whole host of A-Listers and everybody watching at home.
When asked in a press room interview, posted by Perez Hilton, the 'Silver Linings Playbook' star simply said that she thought of a "bad word starting with F" as she tripped on her Dior dress whilst making her way up the stairs, after saying that she "stepped on the fabric whilst making her way to collect the award."
Jen also admitted that she'd "had a shot" just before she'd come to the interview.
When speaking about her 'getting ready' process, Lawrence said: "The process today was so stressful, I felt like Steve Martin in 'Father of the Bride', I was being torn apart, my whole family was getting ready - it was fun but mostly chaotic."
Before going on to say that her process included "having a shower, putting on makeup etc."
What a joker!

Jennifer Lawrence Talks Oscars Fall During Booze-Fuelled Interview: 'I Thought F**k!'
Jennifer Lawrence has joked about her fall at the Oscars (Photo: WENN)
After beating the likes of Jessica Chastain to the coveted prize, Jen told reporters backstage at the ceremony how she hopes the now award-winning movie will help break taboos about mental health: "I don't think we're going to stop until we get rid of the stigma for mental illness," she said in the press room interview.
Adding, "I know [director] David O Russell won't, and I hope that this helps."
"It's just so bizarre how in this world if you have asthma, you take asthma medication. If you have diabetes, you take diabetes medication. But as soon as you have to take medicine for your mind, it's such a stigma behind it."
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