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0Joan Rivers Thinks Jennifer Lawrence Is “Arrogant”, JLaw Remains Awesome

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Jennifer Lawrence is excellent in so many ways, one of which being her outspoken nature. In particular, she’s always been vocal about how bullshit it is that women are pressured to be stick thin in Hollywood and how she refuses to diet because she likes food too much and thinks it’s better to look strong than like a stick figure (unless, of course, that’s your natural shape).

However, apparently her thoughtfulness about the terrible standards set for women in the industry really rankled Joan Rivers, as JLaw took a shot at E!’s Fashion Police for the way it plays into this trend. Come on, ya miserable old bitch, let’s see what you’ve got to say:


I mean, let’s be frank. Did Jennifer Lawrence actually “love” Fashion Police? And when did she not have a movie to promote? Somehow, I think this is all bullshit. Being pleasant to your face and not a total cunt when she’s got promotion to do is good manners. If she’d met you and started calling you an awful cow to your face, you’d have had a go at her for that, too. Ugh, I’m not Jennifer’s biggest fan or anything close, but Joan Rivers needs to learn when to shut the hell up. The woman literally never has anything nice to say about anyone or anything (and LOL, I know one of you will point out the shit I say on this site, but I’m not even going to justify that with a response). She’s just rude – and not even funny about it like Kathy Griffin.

On a side note, JLaw warmed the hearts of many again on Monday night at Catching Fire‘s London premiere, where she comforted a young fan in a wheelchair that she saw crying, pushing aside a barricade to give her a hug, wrap her back up in her blanket, take a picture with her and talk for a moment. What a sweetie.

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November 13, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jennifer

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