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2Jennifer Lawrence Thinks It Should Be Illegal To Call Someone “Fat” On TV

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Jennifer Lawrence is earning more points in everyone’s “Reasons To Love Jennifer Lawrence Handbook”. My handbook is covered in Lisa Frank stickers. She sat down with Barbara Walters and shared her thoughts about that dreaded f-word — “fat.” Via People:

I just think it should be illegal to call somebody fat on TV. Why is humiliating people funny? I get it, and I do it, too. We all do it. [But] I think the media needs to take responsibility for the effect it has on our younger generation, on these girls that are watching these television shows and picking up how to talk and how to be cool. So all of a sudden being funny is making fun of a girl that’s wearing an ugly dress.

Whoa, let’s not go too far, Jennifer. If I didn’t make fun of ladies’ ugly dresses, I wouldn’t have a job. No, but I get it, I get what she’s saying, and she’s right. How many times has she been called fat, and how f-cking ridiculous is that?

What do you think of her statements?

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December 17, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
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0Here Are Barbara Walters’ Most Annoying People

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Barbara Walters comes out with a most annoying most fascinating people list every year. Wanna see who made the cut for 2013?

Well the #1 won’t be revealed until the show airs. Want to place bets? For now we know these people will be included, according to the LA Times:

DISS.CUSS.

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December 2, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives

2Jennifer Lawrence Is Really Awkward, Shits Her Pants A Lot

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I like Jennifer Lawrence and find her willingness to be awkward and a bit eccentric in a public forum to be rather endearing. Having said that, her interview on The Late Show with David Letterman even made ME slightly uncomfortable. She seemed manic, overly hyper and couldn’t seem to slow down and just relax. I’m not sure what’s up with her – maybe this is just how she is all the time (I admittedly have read more interviews with her than I’ve watched), but man oh man.

You’ve gotta hand it to her for being one of the world’s leading ladies and still letting the world know that she’s a possible hypochondriac who shits her pants. I think Richard Lawson at The Wire best described what I was feeling:

I suppose it’s all charming, but I feel a bit of artifice and aggression seeping into Jennifer Lawrence’s whole “aren’t a I lovable good-times gal, just a real clumsy cut-up” shtick. This interview is a bit manic, like she feels like she needs to pedal a bit harder to get the same juice she used to get. Which is not good! We don’t want to see that. She should just be herself. Though I guess the trouble is, the more of these things you do, and Jennifer Lawrence does so very many interviews, you probably start to forget what that means. Herself. What is your real self, when so much of your life is the same anecdotes over and over again, answers to the same questions, an unending stream of compliments that demand modesty, or self-effacement. I’m sure Jennifer Lawrence knows her real self when she’s, I dunno, on the toilet or something, but herself as it relates to the public world, I wonder if that makes much sense to her anymore. Which is weird, and sad.

That seems right, but I still really like her.

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November 22, 2013 at 9:30 am by Jennifer
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7Jennifer Lawrence Used to Have Social Anxiety

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Jennifer Lawrence is pretty great – she’s refreshingly honest and funny and doesn’t mind sharing the embarrassing parts of her life. Her most recent admission is that she suffered from “a kind of social anxiety” as a kid and felt out of place in school.

From Madame Figaro:

“My nickname was ‘Nitro’ as in nitroglycerin. I was hyperactive, curious about everything.

“When my mother told me about my childhood, she always told me there was like a light in me, a spark that inspired me constantly. When I entered school, the light went out. We never knew what it was, a kind of social anxiety. But I had friends.”

Well, that definitely sounds like someone who’s arrogant, eh? Yes, that’s sarcasm. I’m glad Jennifer is so forthcoming about stuff like this, but I also hate that the press latches on to things like this because HELLO, who didn’t feel out of place in school? Seriously, please give me an actual percentage of kids who loved going to school every day and thought it was an awesome and fulfilling experience. Hell no – it was awful, but we did it because that’s part of the experience of growing up.

Good to see Jennifer isn’t so shy anymore, anyway.

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November 18, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
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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

3Jennifer Lawrence Got a Pixie Cut!

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Whoa, Jennifer Lawrence cut her hair! I’m not quite sure what made her make the decision, but here we are. Pixie cuts seem to be all the rage these days – Pam Anderson went there, too, as you’ll remember! – so  go for it, I suppose! I think it really suits her, as well. I mean, I do think it’s a bit of a “mature” haircut for such a young girl, to be honest, but she still looks really nice.

I once cut my hair REALLY short about 10 years ago and I hated it. Growing it out is a bitch, too. Now I have long hair but I don’t really do much with it besides put it up in a sloppy bun, so maybe she felt the same and got tired of it. Who knows… but what do you think? Too much? Just right for her?

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November 7, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
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