Why Non-Media Trained Jennifer Lawrence Is The Best J-Law

What would she even be without cursing and tequila?


Last night, Jennifer Lawrence introduced herself on The Tonight Show to host Jimmy Fallon with the words: 'I have a really bad feeling about this.'

J-Law, who is often remembered more for her public slip-ups (sometimes quite literally) more than her movie credits, was bemoaning her lack of media training.


Or rather, her failed media training, as she admitted her publicists had tried to bring her in line but 'it didn't take.'

Well, we've decided that non-media trained J-Law is our favourite J-Law, so here are a few of the best times Jennifer Lawrence brough the realness, by ignoring her media training entirely.

Imagine if her media training had prevented her from having THIS hilarious conversation:

Of course, our all time favourite, eschewing lessons of poise and grace in favour of adorable clumsiness at the Oscars:


When she was taught to paint her childhood as a beautiful fairytale:

When she was taught only to describe, never to imitate:


To remember to act like she was born in Hollywood and belongs there as much as anyone else, including Jack Nicholson:

When she was taught never to embarass or upstage her fellow actors:

To pour tea and open milk packets with the grace of a Geisha:

In a land of alcoholics and drug abusers, to be saintly always, not once giving the gossip rags an excuse to print a rehab story:

To preach health and good living with a view to eventually launching a lifestyle e-commerce site:

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