Jennifer Lawrence says Cool Ranch Doritos are her ‘home girl’, and more reasons to love her
Jennifer Lawrence is about as down-to-Earth as Oscar winning, multimillionaire actresses come.
J-Law, as she is dubbed by the media, is the covergirl for the November issue of Vanity Fair magazine.
The Oscar-winner was one of the most high-profile victims of the photo hacking that saw hundreds of explicit images of Hollywood actresses leaked online.
In the magazine, Lawrence opens up for the first time about the controversy, which she calls a “sex crime.”
The 'Hunger Games' actress also stated that anyone who looked at the images "should cower with shame".
“Just because I'm a public figure, just because I'm an actress, does not mean that I asked for this...It does not mean that it comes with the territory. It's my body, and it should be my choice, and the fact that it is not my choice is absolutely disgusting. I can't believe that we even live in that kind of world," she added.
On a more lighthearted note, the 24-year-old appeared in a ‘behind the scenes’ video after her cover shoot with Patrick Demarchelier.
In the short clip, it is evident that J-Law is as sunny, quirky and grounded as A-list actresses come as she discusses her favourite junk foods, reality TV and why she refuses to join Twitter or Facebook.
“Cool Ranch Doritos are my girl,” she reveals to Krista Smith. “I’ve been trying to ween myself off Cool Ranch and on to Pirate’s Booty [popcorn] but it’s just not doing the trick.”
So, just like the rest of us, she is no stranger to sloth days spent on the couch watching trashy tv.
“I mean the Kardashians were just in Thailand, so that was a pretty big deal. I’ve also been catching up on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills too. I’m trying to stay up to speed on all the pointless gossip that goes on in Hollywood… I haven’t watched the news,” she confesses to Smith.
While spiders and ghosts might scare her, it seems her biggest aversion is to the invasive public eye as she won’t join social media sites.
“I have 112 unread e-mails,” she states, holding up her phone joking, “I don’t want anyone to talk to me, ever.”
In the past, Lawrence has been open about how she regularly ‘fan girls’ over celebrities she meets, including Justin Bieber.
She recalls the first time she met Jay-Z and how her knees were bouncing up and down with nerves.
I mean they’re [Beyoncé and Jay-Z] are the King and Queen of America...of music. And Brad and Angelina are King and Queen of movies..I think.”
The November Issue of Vanity Fair hits newsstands on October 14th.