As controversy swirls around Jennifer Lawrence's latest fashion choice, the actress is standing by the dress she wore.
The uproar was caused by a photo that featured Jennifer in a black Versace gown and her Red Sparrow male co-stars wearing coats. While Lawrence definitely pulled off the sexy LBD to perfection, some deemed her fashion choice as inappropriate due to the cold weather in London, England. I mean, I don't think you ever do feel settles, [but] as soon as you feel settled with your home and your personal life, you're looking at the world and going, 'How in the hell do I fix this? I was outside for five minutes.
"I'd love to hear Jennifer Lawrence's take on this, she does not look happy".
One twitter user wrote: 'This is such a quietly depressing (and revealing) image. "Not least because I've been outside today and it's bloody FREEZING", tweeted New Statesman deputy editor Helen Lewis.
There is a scene in the film, a nightmare sequence, in which Lawrence is totally naked - something she said she was surprisingly comfortable with.
After Jennifer took part in a lively debate, students were impressed with her dedication to teaching youngsters the importance of political issues.
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The film Red Sparrow is based on the 2013 novel by the same name written by former Central Intelligence Agency operative Jason Matthews.
"If that really was a press call and that was the chosen outfit, then it's utterly extraordinary, particularly given that she would have had the final say in what she was wearing".
"This is sexist, this is ridiculous, this is not feminism", she added.
Lawrence urged people to "get a grip" and explained her attire was entirely up to her.
The actress told ET, "I didn't realize he was so young".
She seemed stung by widespread criticism that she had been rude to Bafta host Joanna Lumley, responding to her compliment that she looked "ravishing" by replying, "That was a bit much but thank you Joanna". And if I want to be cold THAT'S MY CHOICE TOO!' She was one of the first major actresses to discuss the Hollywood wage gap back in 2015.
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