Jennifer Lawrence has been at the top of her game for as long as she’s been in the spotlight — thanks both to her acting talent and her habit of giving extremely candid, endlessly entertaining interviews.
Now the 25-year-old Oscar winner is covering the latest issue of Glamour — where, naturally, she did another interview full of the charisma and candor we’ve come to associate with her.
For proof, see the quotes below, every one of which is Peak J. Law:
“I’m not gonna bullshit. I don’t do my own mopping.”
Except when filming Joy — but that could have been a stunt mop.
“How did this wittle vagina manage that?”
“As women we don’t know we’re at a deficit because we have vaginas,” Lawrence said. “It wasn’t until they had a headline like, ‘Even though she’s a woman!’ And I was like, ‘Oh. I didn’t know to be looking out for that…How did I do it, getting a period once a month?…I had to go to my red tent in the desert and wait it out.”
“I gave Larry David my number. And he never called.”
“[It] makes him even more attractive,” she added. “I love that he didn’t call me. It makes him so much hotter.”
At least there’s that SNL guest spot as Bernie Sanders, right?
“I masturbated to it,” Lawrence told Glamour. “Joking. Obviously didn’t…I’ll love him from afar.”
Glamour: So how would you describe your style now?
Lawrence: Slutty power lesbian.
“I assume that in negotiating, the men were tough as balls.”
“The women’s pay gap is a real thing that a lot of people don’t know about. It hasn’t been in our consciousness; it wasn’t in mine,” Lawrence said. “I don’t think it was Sony’s fault [that I was paid less than my male costars in American Hustle]. I don’t think it was anybody’s fault.”
“[Chris Pratt] is like a chocolate Santa.”
Surprising word choice, but appropriate sentiment.
“He’s just like if a dog came to life and was like, ‘I’m a great actor with a perfect face’,” Lawrence said of her co-star. “And he’s got the most lovely family. When I met Anna [Faris, Pratt’s wife], I was like, ‘Go f*ck yourselves.’ I mean that in the nicest possible way.They’re like a Nicholas Sparks novel — just like, “Ewww! But I want it!”
“I want my ashes scattered on Lake Cumberland.”
You can take the girl out of Kentucky…
“I am a successful woman who has not had a pregnancy.”
“I wouldn’t have been able to get birth control if it weren’t for [Planned Parenthood],” Lawrence said. “I wouldn’t have been able to get condoms and birth control and all these things I needed as a normal teenager who was growing up in a Jesus house.”
“This is where we’re gonna Grey Gardens, and we’re gonna grow old and crazy together.”
Lawrence says that she and new BFF Amy Schumer are going to team up to be America’s favorite old ladies.
“All I want to be able to do is just walk from one place to another without falling!”
“It’s so annoying, honestly,” Lawrence said of her klutziness. “And now I’ve gone from the charming, like, ‘Oh my God, whoops, I fell’ — now it really pisses me off. ’Cause it’s embarrassing now. So now I fall, and I’m like, Stop looking at me! Don’t take a picture!’
“I know it looks like a gag,” she added. “It’s really, really not.”
“I am, at the end of the day, I guess, a f*cking lunatic.”
“I don’t feel like I’m misunderstood,” Lawrence said. “I feel like I’m over-paid-attention-to. I’m not trying to be a GIF. I’m not trying to be a picked-up-on-Twitter quote. All I’m trying to do is act.”
The February issue of Glamour is available on newsstands and for digital download.