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Drunk Jennifer Lawrence ‘Gives the Finger’ at Oscars and Falls Over



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Jennifer Lawrence caused quite a stir at last night’s Oscars ceremony. Falling over as she came on stage to accept her award she was then later caught on camera giving her middle finger to someone.

The ‘Hunger Games’ star was photographed raising her middle finger in the press room at the Hollywood and Highland Center, with her ‘Best Actress’ award for ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ still in the other hand.

We don’t yet know who Lawrence’s gesture was directed at, but she posed with last year’s ‘Best Actor’ winner Jean Dujardin (‘The Artist’), who presented her with the award, soon after, while facing the same direction, suggesting she was flipping off a photographer.

Lawrence’s gesture was likely meant playfully, as she seemed happy and joked around with Dujardin throughout the shoot. Jennifer (22) reportedly admitted backstage that she was “drunk”, telling reporters: “I’m sorry, I did a shot before I came out.”

Lawrence had earlier suffered a major embarrassment during the Oscars ceremony when she tripped over on her way to collect her Academy Award.

“You guys are just standing up because you feel bad that I fell, and it’s really embarrassing!” she jested in her acceptance speech.

What do you think the Jennifer Lawrence’s behavior at the Oscars this year?

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