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Saturday 28 February 2015

Lawrence: I'm naked on X-Men set

Jennifer Lawrence wears nothing but paint as Mystique
Jennifer Lawrence wears nothing but paint as Mystique

Jennifer Lawrence has confessed she is completely naked as X-Men's Mystique, except for the paint that creates her lizard-like skin.

The 23-year-old Oscar-winner reprises her X-Men: First Class role as the mutant femme fatale in X-Men: Days Of Future Past and revealed to SciFiNow.com that she wears only a layer of paint to cover her modesty.

Jennifer revealed: "I'm naked, but when I do get to wear clothes, I love the 70s outfits.

"Some of the Mystique look is a little different, but we're still using the same paint. But she's different in this film too. She was struggling - like a lot of normal humans - with the way she looked, and she was covered up a lot in the first movie, but this time she is mutant and proud."

Meanwhile, Jennifer has gone bare-faced in a new advertising campaign for Dior.

The second Miss Dior campaign starring the Silver Linings Playbook beauty sees her in minimal make-up, dressed in an elegant grey overcoat with a chain-strapped handbag slung over her shoulder.

Jennifer's skin looks radiant and flawless, with her wide blue eyes and full lips delicately highlighted with a touch of nude make-up.

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