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Who Told JLaw She Should Give Back Her Oscar?!

Who Told JLaw She Should Give Back Her Oscar?!

By JACKIE WILLIS

November 08, 2013

Jennifer Lawrence had quite a few hilarious admissions for Vanity Fair magazine, including that one of her Hunger Games: Catching Fire co-stars continuously tells her that she should return her Academy Award.

The actress won for her role in The Silver Linings Playbook, but it's Woody Harrelson, 52, that teases her about it. Apparently, every time she would flub her lines on the Catching Fire set, he'd joke by saying, "Well, you better give that Oscar back."

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In addition to being hazed by the veteran actor, Lawrence, 23, also revealed that she sustained a rather serious injury while playing Katniss Everdeen. "I went deaf in one ear for months. ...But that wasn't actually physically challenging. It was just ear challenging because I got all of these ear infections from the diving and the water and all of that stuff. And then a jet from one of the cornucopia scenes punctured my eardrum."

So, what would this A-list actress be doing if she hadn't gotten into showbiz? She tells VF that she'd like to be a hotel maid! "I really like to clean and also look through people's stuff. And it's always like new people every day. ...And I would like to think a nurse or a doctor because I've always been interested in the human body and everything gross. But I don't think I could make it through school. But if I could just show up, then a nurse or a doctor."

For more with Lawrence, including the role she gave to Amanda Seyfried and her views on fantasy football, check out Vanity Fair.

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