Jennifer Lawrence pitches pet baby app to T.J. Miller
Jennifer Lawrence thinks her pet-based app idea will be a hit thanks to its "detail".
Jennifer Lawrence is developing an app which allows animal lovers to see what a baby with their pet would look like.
The Oscar-winning actress may be one of the most in demand performers at the moment but she hasn't let the fame go to her head. During an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday night (13Dec16) Jennifer once again showed off her goofy side when she discussed an idea she has for a new phone venture.
“My idea for an app is an app where you see what you and your dog’s baby would look like... Or cat,” she explained to fellow guest T. J. Miller, who James thought would be the best person to pitch to thanks to his role in tech-based TV comedy Silicon Valley. “You take a picture of yourself, a picture of the dog and the whole key to this app idea is it’s all in the details. It has to be very real. They send me one prototype and it’s like me with dog ears and a snout, I’m like, ‘No’. It’s all about features. The more realistic it is the better.”
The 26-year-old’s parents were sat in the audience while she chatted to James, and her mother even made a cameo via an awkward family photo Jennifer shared, showing her crouched down behind her mum Karen. While she looks like she’s just sitting down behind her mum, Jennifer revealed she was actually peeing.
Embarrassing herself further, the Silver Linings Playbook actress recalled the time she threw up at a party hosted by Madonna and talent agent Guy Oseary for the Academy Awards.
Having first discussed the scenario back in 2014, Jennifer added: “One year for the Oscars, I think it was the American Hustle year, I juice cleansed and then got really, really wasted. Then something was smokin' and then I barfed, at Guy Oseary's house, I vomited, cheers Guy.
“I remember going up to Ellen Page and saying, 'I need to get in my car,' and she was like, ‘Not my problem.’ And I was like, ‘Take me home Ellen.’”
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