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Jennifer Lawrence is Vanity Fair's 'Most Desirable' Cover Girl, Says Acting is Stupid

by Sophia Savage
January 2, 2013 1:19 PM
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Jennifer Lawrence, VF
Vanity Fair

Jennifer Lawrence is Vanity Fair's February cover girl. They call her "the rare celebrity who sounds more like a human being than a well-coached product," as well as the world's "most desirable woman." While the world colletively swoons at the "Hunger Games" and "Silver Linings Star" star, she is keeping level headed by reminding herself and us all what her business is about. "Why would I ever get cocky? I’m not saving anybody’s life. There are doctors who save lives and firemen who run into burning buildings. I’m making movies. It’s stupid.”

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  • Adam Scott Thompson | January 3, 2013 5:08 PMReply

    That's my new baby-mama. :)

  • John | January 3, 2013 1:07 PMReply

    It's not called "Silver Linings Star" either, dummies.

  • aidin | January 3, 2013 12:17 PMReply


  • jess | January 2, 2013 5:24 PMReply

    Awful headline. If you actually read what she says in context, Lawrence isn't saying that ACTING is stupid. She's saying that getting "cocky" over being an actor is stupid. Really awful misrepresentation.

  • Jaqueline | January 3, 2013 5:07 PM

    thankgod! I thought I was the only one who understood.

  • Jordan | January 2, 2013 2:34 PMReply

    And that's awesome not "awsesome".

  • Jordan | January 2, 2013 2:33 PMReply

    I love her candor!!...Lawrence was awsesome in Silver Linings Playbook.

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