Every fan who loves Jennifer Lawrence believes she is their spirit animal. Although she is in the peak of her career nowadays, her personality remains sincere and pure. Who wouldn’t love a great actress that has a knack for humor turning every possible situation into a comical one? Who wouldn’t adore a celebrity who doesn’t mind being straightforward in interviews? In an exclusive interview, she shared a secret in preventing toxic people from ruining her, especially she is in the glamorous world of fame and fortune.
According to Entertainment Weekly, which named her as their news site’s Entertainer of the Year, revealed that being in Hollywood taught her a significant lesson.
“I have a very small circle. The moment I feel like someone is using me or is in it for the wrong reasons, I have zero guilt about just cutting them the f*** out of my life,” Lawrence said.
Obviously, she is not letting anyone stress her over a fake friendship or pretentious relationship. In a straightforward answer, she explained, “None of my friends bullsh** me. Everything in my life has to be real.”
It is a noteworthy thing to remember that quality over quantity matters when it comes to keeping important people in our life, Lawrence reminded us of that simple and essential lesson. People she have worked with can attest to her genuine character like in the case of David Russell.
“Jen’s the same person, this girl from Kentucky who is becoming a woman. I’ve gotten the privilege of watching that. That’s also the story of this movie. It’s a lot for a 25-year-old. But it’s happening. Jennifer is really finding her own voice”, Russell described her.
In a report from Bustle which recounted her interview in Vanity Fair two years ago, she emphasized too that she must keep her feet on the ground, “Everybody’s like, ‘How can you remain with a level head?’ And I’m like, ‘Why would I ever get cocky? I’m not saving anybody’s life.”
Jennifer Lawrence really deserves Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainer of the Year recognition.
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