"It's just anti-corruption and stuff trying to pass state-by-state laws that can help prevent corruption, fix our democracy", J-Law said. Either say, "we're still friends, just not as close as we once were" or snap "I hate that bitch".
"I don't know where to start".". Timothée, I'm waiting for him to get a little bit older, you know?
Explaining that she was outside for a mere five minutes, Lawrence stated "I would have stood in the snow for that dress because I love fashion and that was my choice".
Somewhat unexpectedly, Jennifer has now responded to the "controversy", in a no-holds-barred Facebook post. "At some point it seemed like the weather was blamed because it was the optics, plus the weather, plus the four of us in our outfits".
But while Jennifer will commit herself to the political cause, she will reportedly fulfill her acting commitments when one of the numerous film projects she has signed up to - goes into pre-production.
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Although the idea the actress would choose money over warmth incensed others too.
"I couldn't have gotten a producer or a director or a studio head fired".
The Joy star also told Oprah Winfrey in an interview for The Hollywood Reporter in December that she had become obsessed with politics since Donald Trump had become President of the United States.
The American Hustle star said it was a far cry from her early days in Hollywood, where she was subjected to "degrading and humiliating" experiences when it came to getting her kit off.
The actress deemed this most recent incident an overreaction.
Lawrence described the response to the photo as "sexist" and "ridiculous", adding that the criticisms were anti-feminist and that there were far more important things to focus on their her choice of clothing. "It's creating silly distractions from real issues", Lawrence wrote.