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Thursday 17 April 2014

Lawrence’s mind on McDonald’s before Oscars

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI / Rex Features (2165835ch) Jennifer Lawrence 85th Annual Academy Awards Oscars, Arrivals, Los Angeles, America - 24 Feb 2013

Jennifer Lawrence has revealed her hunger was so overwhelming she was willing to eat fast food from McDonald’s before the Oscars ceremony and she is constantly setting Bradley Cooper up on dates.

The Silver Linings Playbook actress, who was dubbed the Best Actress of the year, wasn’t thinking about triumphing at the glamorous event Sunday night.

In fact, Jennifer was so ravenous that the only thing on her mind were the golden arches.

“I forgot to eat because I was so stressed trying to leave the house, and I got in the car and I was starving,” she told MTV News.

“The [ceremony] is four hours long. I got in the car and could see the McDonald's right there, so. ..."

Apparently Jennifer did not dig in on the fast food establishment’s famous French fries.

She regrets her decision.

"Hang on, I didn't say fries. I'm seeing you talk, and all I'm thinking about is me p**sed that I didn't get fries," Jennifer laughed.

"You have to remind them of ketchup because they never include ketchup. You have to ask for it."

When not focused on eating, Jennifer puts much of her attention into helping her newly single Silver Linings Playbook co-star Bradley Cooper find romance.

"I feel like all I've been doing lately is setting him up," she said.

"I was like, 'I'm going to save time. I'm going to get you a booklet of pictures of my friends, and you just go through and pick them out because this is getting exhausting.' "

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