That Jennifer Lawrence sure gets around, huh? The word was that she was texting Miley Cyrus‘ man, Liam Hemsworth, all hours of the night, and now the new gossip is that she’s set her sights a little higher. Like, “Brad Pitt” higher.
From Hollywood Life:
Angie is so jealous that Brad has been texting the 21-year-old actress and she told Brad to ‘stop drooling’ over her — do you agree with Angelina?
Brad Pitt has yet another Jennifer in his life but this time it’s Jennifer Lawrence. A new report in Star claims that Brad became infatuated with Jennifer after seeing an advanced screening of The Hunger Games.
“Brad hasn’t stopped talking about how gorgeous, poised and talented Jennifer is,” an insider tells Star. “Brad is determined to find a project to collaborate on.”
But the one person that can’t stand listening to Brad’s new obsession is his partner and mother of his six kids, Angelina Jolie!
“She warned him to act his age and stop drooling over a girl young enough to be his daughter. She even hit him with the jab, ‘which Jennifer are you talking about?’”
But the big meltdown took place when Angie caught Brad texting Jennifer! They reportedly exchanged contact information at the Academy Awards.
“Angie absolutely freaked out,” the source says. Angie left Brad and jetted off to Amsterdam for three days and even forbade Brad from going to the LA premiere!
Can we toss around some theories about what kind of texting skills Jennifer Lawrence must have? If it’s causing dissension in two relationships, then it must be some damn good stuff, right?
No, of course I’m being silly. Jennifer Lawrence is beautiful and perfect, and she has obviously enchanted me along with Liam Hemsworth and Brad Pitt. If I were in a position to text with her, then I’d be worried about the state of my relationship too. She’s that powerful.
And no, I haven’t seen The Hunger Games yet, so just your horses, ok? I am getting into the second book, Catching Fire, though, and the movie based on that book isn’t due out until November of 2013, so I think it’s safe to say that we have plenty of time to obsess over this whole thing.