If you've recently forgotten why, exactly, you (and the rest of the world) first fell head-over-heels for Jennifer Lawrence a couple of years ago, this should help you remember:
Lawrence attended the Producers Guild Awards Sunday in Los Angeles and was given the job of presenting an award to Jon Feltheimer—the CEO of Lionsgate, which put out The Hunger Games. But, J.Law being J.Law, she wasn't content to simply hand Feltheimer the award.
Instead, she offered up a four-minute-long, roast-esque comedy routine, working through her "crippling anxiety" and the "unbreakable bond between woman and couch." (Been there!)
"When I heard it was for Feltheimer," she told the audience, "I had to say 'yes' because I just assumed that I was contractually obligated. But then when I found out that I wasn't, I had already picked out this dress!" (That dress, of course, being this stunning, low-cut Prada gown.)
The 24-year-old Oscar winner touched on her initial hesitation about signing onto a project as massive as The Hunger Games, but joked, "Now, I feel like we have a strong and amazing relationship that I hope lasts until my career dies at 35."
The video of her speech, below, is clearly pieced together around the 1:23 mark—but according to E!, Lawrence made at least one more funny about her career-making HG role, saying, "Jon was charged to insure that Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games incredible trilogy of books was respectfully brought to life in four films... and it was a large f—king failure!"
Yep: a big, fat, billion-dollars-in-domestic-gross failure. Sounds about right!
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