Bestest Friends Jennifer Lawrence And Amy Schumer Want To Wear The Same Dress To The Golden Globes

December 13, 2015 / Posted by:

But unlike the time two other famous actress types wanted to wear the same dress to an awards ceremony that ended with one of them cursing the other out as they slipped their nipples into a boxy pink mess at the last minute, they’re actually planning to do it on purpose.

While pimping out Joy (aka Wigs), America’s coolest older cousin Jennifer Lawrence told E! News that she wants to roll up to the Golden Globes red carpet in the same outfit as America’s coolest older second cousin and her current best friend, Amy Schumer. Both JLaw and ASchu are nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy, and apparently they want to pull a Single White Female on each other that night.

“We’re going to try to figure out to wear the exact same thing. That’s my mission. I really want us to wear the same thing. She’s going to have to wear Dior. I’m just going to have to have Dior make two of whatever they’re making for me.”

Obviously, they’re both going to end up wearing some tight jewel-toned satin thing or something that looks like a fancy pastel 80s throw pillow (aka like 98% of awards show dresses). But I would love it if Dior was like “Fuck it, let’s do this” and created some insane conjoined couture for Amy and JLaw. I want to see them sashay down the red carpet joined at the crotch, like Katya and Mrs. Kasha Davis.

Speaking of BFFs, here’s JLaw with her second bestie, David O. Russell, after a screening of Joy in New York last night. He’s obviously her second, because a real friend would never let her bottom bitch leave the house in a sloppy suit-and-sneakers ensemble.

Pics: Instagram, Splash

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