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Is Jennifer Lawrence just plain Clumsy?

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Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most influential actresses of this generation, but she is also one of the most clumsy. Lawrence has taken a fall at The Oscars in 2013 and 2014. Then in 2015, she has fallen over on the red carpet at her own movie premieres. Is it on purpose? Will she ever learn to not fall?

 

 

It is a pretty well known fact that Jennifer Lawrence is somewhat clumsy when it comes to the red carpet and accepting awards. After she took a tumble the first time are the rest on purpose? It must be embarrassing to have fallen in front of millions of people and not just one time. Hopefully, Lawrence can just laugh at herself.

 

The first time Jennifer Lawrence fell was at the The Oscars in 2013 on her way to accept an award.

 

The next year she did not fall, but tripped over a cone on the way into the 2014 Oscars.

 

After the repeat tumbles, Lawrence is known as a klutz. She tripped at both the X Men: Apocalypse and Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 movie premieres in 2015.

 

The Huffington Post had even set up a Jennifer Lawrence Fall Watch: Oscars 2016 Edition, but the actress made it through the awards show without a fall.[1]

 

So far Jennifer Lawrence has not fallen during this awards season. Maybe she’s officially mastered walking in heels or her stylists accommodated her dresses to her clumsiness.

 

Lawrence laughed at herself and  told ABC on falling, “I am not safe!”

 

[1] http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jennifer-lawrence-fall-watch-oscars-2016_us_56d3480ee4b0bf0dab327769

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