Jennifer Lawrence: I stay home to avoid paps
Jennifer Lawrence claims the best way for her to stay private is not to leave the house.
The 24-year-old actress slammed into the A-list after her turn in The Hunger Games franchise. She's been at the centre of a scandal this week after hacked nude photos of her were leaked online, and in an interview conducted before that she admitted keeping her personal life out of the headlines is hard.
"To be honest, I don't really leave my house a lot," she told the US edition of OK! magazine when asked about preserving privacy.
Jennifer doesn't actually get that much time at home because of her hectic work schedule. At the moment she has four movies in post-production, including the final two Hunger Games instalments, and has made it her mission to make more time for hobbies and relaxation.
"I don't know; I have to find a life that isn't work. But I suck at everything. I'm not good at anything else!" she laughed.
"Sometimes I exercise - but I never want to be one of those people who says, 'I just don't feel good unless I've worked out.' I feel great when I don't work out! Or I just watch reality TV."
It's not the first time the star has discussed her love of TV. She is a big fan of many shows, telling OK! she is "always keeping up" with the Kardashian family via their programme.
The star is also a big fan of US pageant princess Honey Boo Boo, who has her own TV show.
"I had a car accident a few weeks ago driving from work and I thought I saw Honey Boo Boo. It was a breast cancer parade, and people were wearing [sashes] that said 'boobs,' but I thought it was saying 'Boo Boo,' and so I said, 'Whoa, does that mean Honey Boo Boo?’" Jennifer previously admitted. "So I started craning my neck and I saw a little girl and I was like, 'That's Honey Boo Boo.' I craned my neck to see and I was still driving at the time so I rear-ended another vehicle.
"I had to get out of the car and explain what happened, I was like, 'I'm sorry that I hit your family. I thought I saw Honey Boo Boo.'"
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