Jennifer Lawrence Most Awkward Interview; ‘Hunger Games’ Star Storm Out Of An Ongoing Interview [Watch]
The Hunger Games series star, Jennifer Lawrence has created a huge fuss when she walked out of an ongoing interview after losing her cool. Normally, Lawrence respects her professional commitments no matter how tough they are, however, that has changed most recently when she walked off.
Lawrence was busy promoting her film “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” and for the purpose she was being interviewed by Smosh. Yes it is the same Smosh that is famous for its prank pulling comedy where the victim is always a celebrity.
According to Hollywood, the Oscar winning actress was being interviewed by comedians Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla. As per their jobs, both the hosts were making Lawrence as uncomfortable as possible by some really inappropriate jokes. But all their attacks were going haywire until Lawrence starting having an issue with the host’s dress code.
The interviewer was wearing a cream colored short trousers and J.Law felt it very unprofessional and offensive of the host to wear such clothes in interviewing a celebrity. She even emphasized on the fact that she had to wear the heels twelve hours a day just to look professional.
And it all went from bad to worse when instead of covering up the mess the hosts removed his shoes, which immediately saw Lawrence storming out of the interview by saying, “I feel like you’re not really a professional. I’m sorry I’m done.” It was all more than embarrassing and according to Usmagazine, after Lawrence left, the Smosh hosts were reprimanded by Hunger Games co-stars Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.
Meanwhile, if you are waiting for this line to come, here it is, the whole scene was created to pull off a prank on the smosh hosts and credit to Lawrence’s acting skill, once again she nailed it. Lawrence later returns in the video and apologizes the show host and accepted it to be her toughest task as she cannot act mean that long.
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