Jennifer Lawrence Loves Junk Food And Dance Moms

Jennifer Lawrence might be turning into one of the biggest young stars in Hollywood, but don’t expect her to start acting like Lindsay Lohan anytime soon. In fact, even going to red carpet premiers and other high profile events stresses her out more often than not. Consequently, activities like nightclubbing aren’t really very high on her list of priorities.

Speaking in the new issue of Marie Claire South Africa, Lawrence said she gets really tired after eleven o’clock and would much rather have people over to hang out at her apartment, eat junk food and watch reality television than hit up the town. Here’s a portion of her actual quote, courtesy of US Magazine

”When I'm out, I think about my couch. Like, 'It would be awesome to be on it right now. I bet there's an episode of Dance Moms on. Am I missing a new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians?'"

This is the great thing about Lawrence. There’s no pretense to her and no obsession with trying to fit the star mold. She’s just a normal girl who happens to be an incredibly brilliant actress, and when she wants to relax, she goes for an obese older woman screaming at little dancers. Other celebrities might be embarrassed by that, but considering how trainwreck awesome that show is, I see no reason why anyone should bother hiding their appreciation for it.

As for why she’s not pumped about the red carpet, Lawrence apparently hasn’t figured out how to walk in heels very well. She’s most definitely a flats girl and most definitely a human being that doesn’t enjoy being screamed at from all directions. Unfortunately for her, while she can successfully avoiding nightclubbing for the rest of her life, she’s too good at her job not to be attending star-studded premieres for at least the next few decades.

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