It’s been a successful year for “Silver Linings Playbook“actress Jennifer Lawrence and she’s got the trophies to prove it! However, it seems the young starlet can’t catch a break when it comes to accepting the hardware.
Lawrence started off the popular award season winning Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical at the 2013 Golden Globes. She took the stage to deliver a confident and wit-filled speech but unfortunately not everyone understood the meaning behind the one-liner she chose for her opener, “Oh, what does it say? I beat Meryl!” Turns out the one-liner was a quote from the popular 90’s film, “The First Wives Club.” Oopps!! Luckily she was able to explain herself during a guest appearance on “Late Night With David Letterman.”
After clearing things up with Letterman the actress carried on to attend her next prestigious award show winning again for Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role at the SAG Awards. This time Lawrence held her tongue but tripped instead (and so it begins). Then, when climbing the stairs she lifted her dress to reveal what appeared to be a torn gown. After the internet exploded once again questioning what exactly happened, according to a spokesperson at Dior, it was all part of the design.
Now for the biggest night of them all, the 85th Annual Academy Awards. Hollywood’s biggest night on television. As a viewer it’s hard not to sit there biting your nails in fear that someone might fall flat on their face but it rarely actually happens.
Leave it up to Miss Jennifer Lawrence to finish what she started at the SAG awards! Taking a dive on the steps when walking up to accept the Award for Best Actress and even taking a minute when down to process what just happened. Talk about second-hand embarrassment for fans all around the world! On the bright side, it landed her a standing ovation and she really did handle it all so well!
Don’t sweat it JLaw, it can’t get much worse than this. Or can it?
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