She Is Also A Big Fan Of The Puppy Bowl
The actress talks with Conan O'Brien about the one time she met the Full House actor — and how he reacted to her unique personality.
Jennifer Lawrence is just 22 but seems way beyond her years. That is, until she starts talking about boys, including her celebrity crushes.
Lawrence appeared on Conan O'Brien's show on Tuesday and couldn't stop talking about her love for the red-headed talk-show host.
"I've been watching the show for 15 years and I'm 22 years old," she said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "The producer said to me, 'Andy Richter's going to hug you,' and I started tearing up."
Lawrence added that O'Brien had stopped by her dressing room earlier in the night and she had "forced him to do many of his signature bits for her, including the String Dance," said EW.
Lawrence also talked about the Super Bowl party she planned for herself and a small group of friends. It ended up having more to do with alcohol and puppies than anything else.
"It was just a lot of drinking, I guess," she told O'Brien. "We watched the Puppy Bowl... It's just puppies! And then they have a little camera in the water bowl — it's genius!"
While the party makes Lawrence seem like a good hostess, she explained she had the party at her house out of laziness.
"I kind of have to throw parties at my house because I never leave my house... I sound crazy," she said. "I don't have to put a bra on and I don't have to change my pants!"
Lawrence also talked about what happens when she does leave the house, including a party where she met one of her childhood favorites, John Stamos.
"He was at a party, and I turned into a perverted guy," she said. "I was like following him into rooms and staring at his ass. I lost my mind. And I got so upset — I didn't want to meet him because when I meet people it's never good, and I was avoiding him, but then my friends brought him over because my friends are jerks, and I started really freaking out and he asked me if I was on mushrooms and I said, 'No. I'm dead sober. This is just me.'"
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