Where Oh Where Was Jennifer Lawrence Last Night?

February 29, 2016 / Posted by:

A strange thing happened at the Academy Awards last night (yes, stranger than Dionne from Clueless appearing on stage on purpose). If you watched any of the red carpet coverage before she show, you probably kept waiting for Jennifer Lawrence to roll up and work her goofy So Real stumble game for the cameras. Except that never happened and Twitter noticed.

According to UsWeekly, the reason JLaw didn’t turn out the red carpet like Benny Hill was because she barely even walked it. Apparently everyone had already been inside the Dolby Theatre for a good 10 minutes before JLaw showed up with her date, David O. Russell. So she ditched the traditional Jennifer Lawrence experience and hauled ass through the step and repeat instead. And once inside, we didn’t really get that much more of her. Normally JLaw gets the best seat in the house (the one right in front of the most flattering camera), but this year that went to this year’s Oscar Princess, Leonardo DiCaprio.

The only time I really got to see JLaw was after Lady Gaga’s performance. If you pay close attention during that video of Brie Larson hugging all the abuse survivors, you can totally see her fellow Best Actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence hugging human mop Jenny Beavan and thanking her for being such an inspiration to her character. No, that didn’t happen; a 10 like Jenny would never associate with a 5 like JLaw.

Here’s more of JLaw wearing the Milanoo version of one of Goopy Paltrow’s old dresses, as well as JLaw in some “slutty power lesbian” cruise wear at the Vanity Fair party.

Pics: Splash, Wenn.com

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