Jennifer Lawrence, Hollywood’s “It” girl (and our fictitious celebrity best friend), turns 30 today. She married her partner Cooke Maroney in a secret ceremony late last year, and the duo was no doubt looking forward to a new decade. However, the year 2020 threw everyone’s plans out the window, delaying a number of Lawrence’s initiatives. Lawrence has remained a beloved public figure owing to her amusing and unique style of humor, even if we won’t see her on the big screen again until 2021. JLaw is one of the most relatable celebs today, thanks to her continuous profanity, chronic clumsiness, down-to-earth nature, and clear disdain for dieting.
When She Pretended to Be Cher
When Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, and Conan O’Brien are involved, it’s impossible to go wrong – especially when there’s a Cher imitation involved. When the birthday girl sings, she sounds like a dying cat parade, which is why we liked it when she broke into a performance of “Belief.”
On David Letterman, She Asked for a Blanket
What’s a girl to do when she’s wearing a short dress in a chilly studio? If you’re Jennifer Lawrence, you should apparently request a blanket. During her visit on David Letterman’s late-night talk show, the actress ended up cuddling with him under a bright pink blanket. That’s not all, though. She got even more honest when she boldly challenged the TV presenter, “Do you ever get so chilly that you can’t stand it?”
When She Stuffed Marshmallows in Her Face
JLaw is one Hollywood actress who isn’t hesitant to go the extra mile for a laugh, whether onscreen or off. During a visit on After Hours with Josh Horowitz, she brazenly stuffed 10 marshmallows into her mouth for a game of Truth or Dare, inspired by her Hunger Games co-stars Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.
She met Bill Murray for the first time when she was in her early twenties.
Jennifer Lawrence’s encounter with Bill Murray at the 2015 Comic-Con International was pure, unadulterated bliss. Her fangirl moment went viral very immediately, and it was, like most of her other moments, really relatable.