Me to You

Caity Weaver · 07/08/14 09:05AM

That's me to you.

Miley Cyrus Reportedly Calls Jennifer Lawrence A Liar

Aleksander Chan · 05/22/14 01:00PM

Oh no. So remember when our Best Friend Forever, Jennifer Lawrence, told us how she got, like, crazy drunk at Madonna's Oscars after-party and puked in front of Miley Cyrus? Miley is reportedly now denying the story. Could it be that even Jennifer Lawrence exaggerates stories to make herself sound cooler than she actually is?

Your Best Friend Jennifer Lawrence Shat Her Pants A Thousand Times

Caity Weaver · 11/21/13 11:30AM

Everyone in the imaginary celebrity-filled high school you—being a quirky and adorable adult with an active fantasy life—attend in your mind is gossiping about your best friend Jennifer Lawrence today, after she spent a large portion of her Wednesday interview with David Letterman talking about being gassy and shitting herself.

Jennifer Lawrence Did a Shot Before Going Into the Oscars Press Room and Here's the Result

Rich Juzwiak · 02/25/13 10:50AM

Plucky actress Jennifer Lawrence is now Academy Award-winning plucky actress Jennifer Lawrence and her irreverent, straight-talkin' routine was on full display in the Oscars' press room last night. She announced to the room that she took a shot and then got jokingly belligerent (in her "hey idiots" kinda way) when a journalist asked her about tripping en route to accept her trophy for Best Actress. "Was that on purpose? Absolutely," said Lawrence. "What do you mean, 'What happened?' Look at my dress." Idiot.

Hey Idiots, Jennifer Lawrence Didn't Dis Meryl Streep — She Was Quoting First Wives Club

Rich Juzwiak · 01/16/13 11:40AM

On the Late Show with David Letterman last night, smart-mouthed superstar Jennifer Lawrence explained her controversial acceptance speech for Best Actress - Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical for Silver Linings Playbook at Sunday's Golden Globes. "What does it say? I beat Meryl," is how she opened her speech, and she explained to Letterman that she was referencing the 1996 revenge comedy The First Wives Club. She didn't mention, though, that she was also referencing the truth, because she did, in fact, beat Meryl Streep, who was nominated for Hope Springs.