The Daily Jennifer Lawrence Meltdown Roundup

February 27, 2018 | celebrity | Sam Robeson | 0 Comments

Hi and welcome to the Jennifer Lawrence Meltdown Roundup, which is unfortunately necessary if I don’t want to become a full Lawrence biographer by writing about her every five fucking seconds. She can’t be more than a week away from fatally overdosing on Adderall, (allegedly, don’t sue) but until then I’m taking shortcuts in covering her increasingly erratic behavior that’s doing a great job of ostracising even the four people who actually like her.

  1. Lawrence panned the Academy Award-nominated flick Phantom Thread After seeing it for three minutes. She stated: “I put in a good solid three [and am] sorry to anybody who loved that movie.” Lawrence then added that the movie is about a character who is “…kind of like a narcissistic sociopath, and he’s like an artist, so every girl falls in love him because he makes her feel bad about herself. And that’s the love story? I haven’t seen it, so I don’t know. He is a little narcissistic. I’ve been down that road. I know what that’s like. I don’t need to watch that movie.” In case any of us needed more proof that she dropped out of middle school to pursue being an asshole.
  2. During a new interview with Vanity Fair Lawrence gave an explanation for her inability to diet: “I can’t work on a diet. I’m hungry. I’m standing on my feet. I need more energy. I remember having a meltdown [on the set of The Hunger Games], freaking out that I had eaten five banana chips.” So she stays relatively thin by eating hamburgers? Adderall. Adderall. Adderall.
  3. Lawrence, an adult, went barefoot while talking to Stephen Colbert on The Late Show, where she eloquently expanded on the complexities and larger ramifications of the Weinstein scandal: “He is just that horrible ass boil that does not go away. You pop the ass boil. He’s just the worst. When is it going to end?” If by “it” she means “her career” then the answer is in three minutes.


Photo Credit: Vanity Fair

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