'Like everybody else in Hollywood": Jennifer Lawrence, A-lister who acts like a fan girl, breaks stereotypes

    Jennifer Lawrence bares her soul in a candid interview, talking about her surprising fan-girl moments, her emotionally draining role in Causeway, and how she has no hard feelings when it comes to celebrity awe. The Oscar winner proves why she's Hollywood's down-to-earth darling.

    <p>Jennifer Lawrence (Source: Glamour)</p>

    Jennifer Lawrence (Source: Glamour)

    Jennifer Lawrence’s Celeb Crushes are Surprisingly Relatable

    Let's face it, we're all guilty of having a celebrity crush that leaves us tongue-tied. But when "The biggest celebrities in the world are, like, Pete Davidson," according to Jennifer Lawrence, you know Hollywood has a relatable darling.

    Not Your Average A-Lister: Jen’s Unlikely Fan Girl Moments

    Jennifer Lawrence's transparency is what sets her apart. She unabashedly admitted that meeting Jessica Simpson would leave her "knocked over." The Oscar winner even confessed to feeling like a "radio-contest winner" when she was photographed with Ariana Grande during their work on "Don't Look Up," as reported by People Magazine. So what does J-Law’s room décor tell us? Turns out, among the posters of Avril Lavigne, she also had one of dogs. In her own words, "I wasn't cool."

    "An Exploitation of Your Own Empathy": The Emotional Weight of Causeway

    The Mother of one and star of multiple blockbuster films goes on to talk about her role in the movie Causeway. She plays a military veteran recovering from a traumatic brain injury, diving deep into the mindset of a soldier with life-altering wounds. "The whole process came with a lot of gratitude and humbling," Lawrence explains about the research and preparation.

    The emotion doesn't stop there. "Not when they get married, but when he sees her as a little girl," she says about the moment in "Father of the Bride" that always brings tears to her eyes.

    "Like Everybody Else in Hollywood"

    Lawrence joins the ranks of other A-listers who aren't afraid to ask for selfies. Jonathan Goldsmith, a.k.a the Most Interesting Man in the World, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about how both Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio approached him for pictures. It seems J-Law doesn't hold back her admiration, no matter how famous she gets.

    What we can conclude from Jennifer Lawrence's candid revelations is that even Oscar winners can be fan-girls, can be moved by simple moments in movies, and most importantly, they can play a character with such emotional weight that it almost feels like exploitation of their own empathy.

    "So much of acting is almost an exploitation of your own empathy," she concludes, bringing us back full circle. Jennifer Lawrence might be an A-list Hollywood celebrity, but she has no hard feelings about being just like us when the cameras stop rolling.

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