Jennifer Lawrence Admits To Being Rude To Fans

Peter Castro
November 30, 2017

In an interview with Adam Sandler for Variety's Actors On Actors series opened up about what made her want to end their relationship.

Jennifer Lawrence is known for being bubbly, but the actress says she becomes "incredibly rude" in public.

Adam said that when an older fans approach him, he'll tell them they don't want a picture with him. "I turn into a huge asshole".

The starlet even said she uses the excuse of telling her besotted fans that it is "her day off". "I want to meet as many people as I can", Sandler quipped.

She then went on to press him for what line from the film gets quoted to him most often - which proved to be a surprisingly tough question - before (mis) quoting one of her own favorites. Yeah people are rude and I'm sure it gets annoying but that's like a small percentage of her fans.

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Despite Lawrence gushing over her "brilliant" boyfriend in Vogue, it seems the movie ― and its subsequent poor reviews ― also took a toll on the two's relationship. I normally just kind of let it go. He wrote it, he conceived it, he directed it.

Lawrence-who admitted that things are catastrophically worse when she's in public with her friend, Amy Schumer ("As soon as I meet her in the park, we're fucked.")-reenacted her reaction to fans who approach her at restaurants when she's at dinner with friends and family.

'I was doing double duty of trying to be a supportive partner while also being like, "Can I please, for the love of God, not think about Mother! for one second?"' "I don't, '" Sandler explained.

"I realised while I was dancing that they had absolutely no idea who I was so I just turned around and walked back... dying of embarrassment". Or like, 'Can I have a selfie?' And I'm like, 'No!' You know what sometimes I do?

"Or like, 'Can I have a selfie?' And I'm like, 'No!' That's like my only defense".

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