Jennifer Lawrence Says Directors Hate Her, Reveals Her Dream Karaoke Partners

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Jennifer Lawrence might be one of the most beloved stars in Hollywood, but she's pretty sure her directors don't like her. Where does this concern come from? Well, according to Lawrence, it's because they keep making her sing in movies.

"You know I have this theory that directors hate me," the 25-year-old Oscar winner shared when asked why she keeps playing characters who end up crooning. "I don't know why. I hate it that have to keep doing it. It's the weirdest thing."

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Lawrence, who famously sang "The Hanging Tree" in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 which was later released as a single, also sings in her new film Joy, from American Hustle and Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell.

"I've never once put it out there that I think I can sing or that I even enjoy singing," Lawrence said. "Now it seems like I keep having to do it in every damn film!"

That being said, the Hunger Games star has a few idea about her dream Karaoke partner.

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"The first person that is coming into my mind is Emma Stone," Lawrence explained. "Or I would chose Adele and I would just mouth along with her.

As it turns out, the possibility that a karaoke team-up of that epic magnitude is actually possible. Lawrence and Stone are friends after getting introduced by Woody Harrelson and having "a full courtship for, like, a year."

As for her friendship with Adele, Lawrence became pals with the wildly talented "Hello" singer after they "met through a mutual friend and just became friends."

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Sometimes the simplest introductions lead to the best relationships! Maybe Lawrence could get her famous friends to appear in the hotly anticipated comedy she's writing with her bestie Amy Schumer. One can always dream.

Lawrence's upcoming Oscar contender Joy hits theaters Christmas Day. Check out the jaw-dropping trailer below.

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