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VIDEO: 5 Hilarious Jennifer Lawrence Moments

VIDEO: 5 Hilarious Jennifer Lawrence Moments

Jennifer Lawrence reacts to Jack Nicholson sneaking up on her at an Oscar party. Photo: YouTube

Admit it. You wish Jennifer Lawrence were you best friend. She’s funny, gorgeous and awkward in all the best ways.

Celebrate her 23rd birthday by watching our five favorite J-Law moments.

#1 – Jennifer Lawrence reacts to meeting Jack Nicholson backstage at the 2013 Oscars

Best quote: (to Jack Nicholson) “Do I look like a new girlfriend?”

#2 – Jennifer answers press questions after accepting her first Oscar with her classic wit

Best quote: “I’m sorry, I did a shot before.”

#3 – Jennifer videobombs Josh Hutcherson’s interview

Best quote: “Is your rash doing okay?”

#4 – Jennifer falls and recovers while accepting her Oscar
http://youtu.be/WDU7zLAd2-U?t=1m15s
Best quote: “You guys are just standing up because you feel bad that I fell, and that’s really embarrassing.”

#5 – Jennifer Lawrence admits to stalking John Stamos

Best quote: “He (John Stamos) asked me if I was on mushrooms.”

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