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JLaw: Taylor Swift is Superwoman

Published 10/07/2015

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence has spoken about why she decided to exit a sushi restaurant with chopsticks dangling from her nostrils, an image memorialised in photos taken by paparazzi.

The 25-year-old songstress penned an open letter on her Tumblr account to Apple Music in June, slamming the company for its decision not to pay musicians during the free three-month streaming trial period the service offers to customers.

In response to Taylor’s message, Apple Music changed their policy to ensure musicians get paid for all streamed songs and Jennifer is impressed by the Bad Blood singer’s activism.

“Taylor Swift is a bada*s. That letter she wrote about Apple? I texted her and was like, ‘You is a bada*s b**ch.' She’s awesome,” Jennifer gushed to Extra at Comic-Con in San Diego, California.

Jennifer was recently photographed exiting a sushi restaurant with chopsticks dangling from her nostrils.

The American Hustle star could care less about how she looked, as she just wanted to have a little fun.

“We were at sushi. I was with my girlfriends and I knew that there were like a hundred photographers waiting outside, and so I just couldn't help it,” she noted. “I couldn’t just seriously walk out.”

Jennifer is at Comic-Con promoting The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, the final installment of the sci-fi series she stars in alongside Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.

She admits it’s been hard to say goodbye to the franchise, even though the castmates hang out regularly outside of the movie set.

“It was incredibly emotional, we just held each other, we cried,” Jennifer said of what it was like the last day of filming. “We all hang out, like, me, Josh, Liam and Woody [Harrelson] hung out three weeks ago, I think, and Josh and Liam and I see each other all the time, so now we feel ridiculous for having cried, because we all live in L.A.”

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