Jennifer Lawrence has thanked the "really cool inhaler" she was prescribed for helping her make it to the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards.
The actress has stormed awards season so far, picking up the best actress trophy at last night's ceremony and the same prize at the Golden Globes. She is also in the running for the prize at the upcoming Oscars and BAFTAs.
It hasn't been a very easy time for the young star though, as she has been suffering from walking pneumonia. She had to miss another awards celebration on Saturday because she was so ill but insists she is now recovering well.
"I'm so much better," she told People magazine. "I'm a lot better. I've been on a lot of medication and got a really cool inhaler, so I'm doing much better."
The 22-year-old star's parents were on hand to help her celebrate last night. Her mother Karen was overcome with emotion when discussing how well her daughter has coped with being thrust into the limelight.
"I'm so proud 'cause she's remained who she is throughout this whole process and it hasn't changed her," Karen told ET Online. "That's what I'm proud of. I don't care if she wins or loses necessarily, but because she won and she's stayed strong and true to herself, that's what makes me proud."
Modern Family picked up their third best comedy series ensemble prize, beating the likes of The Office and 30 Rock.
Its star Eric Stonestreet did not expect to have to take to the stage yet again.
"As actors, we never really feel that comfortable with our jobs," he said. "It's like, 'Well, will this be it? Is this the last one?' So, anything three years in a row makes you feel validated and that what you're doing is good."
Anne Hathaway took away the best supporting actress SAG Award for her turn as Fantine in Les Misérables. Like Jennifer she was triumphed at several ceremonies recently, but says winning never gets old.
"It's an unbelievable feeling," she laughed. "I feel like I'm stupid with happiness... I love acting and I love getting to do it, but it's not something that... is supposed to go well. So, I've always been prepared that my career may not go well, and that it is just such a thrill."
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