Jennifer Lawrence is so endearing and quirky and awkward and etc etc that she tripped on her own gown at the Oscars. The little spark plug did it again at the GLAAD Media Awards, but this time, merely tripping over her words while trying to introduce Former President Bill Clinton.
From US Magazine:
Lawrence, for her part, endeared herself to both the politician and the crowd when she tripped over President Clinton’s name in her introduction and accidentally read some of Weinstein’s lines instead of her own. “It’s not my comfort zone,” she recently told U.K. magazine Fabulous of speaking in public. “Making movies is where I belong. I shouldn’t be heard just talking. So, when I’m doing movies, I’m really happy. That’s where I’m comfortable, that’s my home. When you put me on a red carpet or on a stage, I turn into chihuahua Jennifer.”
Whatever, it’s cute. So cute that TIME Magazine named her one of the 100 Most Influential People In The World, joining Lady Gaga.
Clinton, recipient of the Advocate for Change Award, was on hand to bring the sass.
During his acceptance speech, he joked that he was like a dinosaur next to the 22-year-old star [presenter Jennifer Lawrence.]
It looked like “she was touring the Museum of Natural History” backstage, Clinton, 66, quipped playfully, noting that “she was like 2 years old” when he took office in January 1993. (In fact, that’s not an exaggeration; the actress was born in August 1990.)
(Let’s just take this moment to listen to Clinton’s campaign song, “Don’t Stop”, by Fleetwood Mac, for the memories.)
Oh, Ms. Lawrence also showed up with a new haircut. Thoughts? See more photos of her hair + outfit and even a couple of her with President Clinton.