Jennifer Lawrence Covers February Issue of Vanity Fair

January 4, 2013



Back in November, Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence told Elle magazine she will never starve herself for a role due to having so many young girls looking up to her.  The blond bombshell is normal weight according to health standard yet considered overweight because she has curves that most Hollywood actresses shun.  Jennifer has become a hot commodity in Hollywood and one of the most desirable women, according to one million men.


The actress talks candidly in Vanity Fair about not taking acting so seriously – she thinks it’s stupid – and acting really creepy when she saw Meryl Streep.  In all fairness, she also explains that she was in awe of Streep, an acting Juggernaut, whom to this day she’s still yet to meet. Jennifer also talks about having money but not being responsible enough to own her own house, being ‘uneducated’ – she dropped out of high school to act – yet finds time to read Anna Karenina in her spare time.  Get the full story, plus images shot by Ellen von Unwerth in the February issue of Vanity Fair.


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