Jennifer Lawrence’s full Vogue spread revealed: ‘I always knew I’d be famous’

Jennifer Lawrence

Yesterday, we covered the cover and preview for Jennifer Lawrence in the September issue of Vogue. I think most of us were in agreement that the cover was much better than her Vogue UK turn from last year, but the jury is still out on whether this is a true “Vogue” spread, especially for the big fall fashion issue. Now that the full editorial has been revealed, I don’t know what to think, which is tough for me to admit as a die-hard JLaw fan. Magazines still don’t know what to do with this girl! Here’s my main issue with this shoot — doesn’t it look like Vogue has photoshopped Jennifer’s left thigh into oblivion? I mean, those are nice satin knickers and all, but that leg looks ridiculous.

Jennifer Lawrence

Otherwise, Jennifer looks like quite the classic beauty in this shoot with full, bouncy (and presumably real) hair to boot. The coats are absolutely gorgeous, and the styling is pretty good too. What I don’t get is why Vogue is hiding the clothes by accessorizing JLaw so prominently with puppies. Far be it from me to complain about seeing my favorite species in photographs, but shouldn’t the focus be on the clothes?

The interview is kind of weird too. Jennifer’s Silver Linings and Catching Fire directors weigh in on how she’s “like a lot of great athletes” in her ability to switch between on-and-off-screen personas. I would agree that this is one of her strengths as an actress. She loves to joke around and keep things light, but she knows when to be a professional. Unfortunately, there are a few statements towards the end of these excerpts that might rub some people the wrong way:

David O. Russell on JLaw: “When she first showed up on the set of Silver Linings, she was asking Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro what it’s like to have people come up to you on the street. That wasn’t really happening to her. People didn’t really know who she was. But by the time the film was released and we did an event in Santa Barbara, it was like being at a Beatles concert.”

David O. Russell on BCoop on JLaw: “I remember Bradley Cooper and I saying, ‘Is this kid even paying attention?’ Because she’s goofing around or eating my potato chips or making fart jokes. And then all of a sudden, she comes in, and bam! She’s like a lot of great athletes. You see that they stay loose, and that’s how they can be so in-the-moment while under enormous amounts of pressure. If there’s two minutes left in the game, they can come in and do something extraordinary because their jaw is not getting clenched. Jen stays loose. And then she hits a three-point shot from some ridiculous distance and we all just look at each other and go, ‘Wow.'”

Francis Lawrence on JLaw: “It’s all spontaneous; it all comes out of her gut, in the moment. I’ve never seen anything like it.”

She knew it all along: “I’ve never said this before because there is no way to say it without it being completely misunderstood… But I always knew” — here she lowers her voice — “that I was going to be famous.”

Fame sucks: “I am just not OK with it. It’s as simple as that. I am just a normal girl and a human being, and I haven’t been in this long enough to feel like this is my new normal. I’m not going to find peace with it. If I were just your average 23-year-old girl, and I called the police to say that there were strange men sleeping on my lawn and following me to Starbucks, they would leap into action. But because I am a famous person, well, sorry, ma’am, there’s nothing we can do. It makes no sense.”

[From Vogue]

Oh, noooo. I do hope that Jennifer — who has never complained about fame before — isn’t going down that slippery slope of beginning to complain about how being a huge star is so ridiculously awful. It sounds like her tone was lost in translation here and that she was merely being candid about how she feels normal behind closed doors and simply isn’t prepared for the glare of the flashbulbs. We’ve already heard whispers of her feeling overwhelmed, but I hope she never pulls a full KStew.

In other news, is anyone surprised that BCoop was initially taken aback by Jennifer’s fondness for on-set fart jokes? Bradley seems pretty uptight like that, but I have to admit that it’s kind of odd to see a fart reference in Vogue. Models fart too, but we’re not supposed to know it happens.

Here’s Jennifer with more dogs for the rest of the editorial. Instead of noticing the clothes here, the effect is “cuuuute puppies.”

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence

Photos courtesy of Vogue

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  1. Suzy from Ontario says:

    Love the color of that red skirt! Gorgeous!

    • Karen says:

      Finally proof that this girl is a manufactured fake. Don’t get me wrong i think she’s definitely a sweet girl at heart, but she’s desperate for us to know it and will manipulate things to make everyone think “so down to earth, so awesome”. In this interview the vogue guy asks her about her “childhood” and she replies that although she was a weirdo, “I wasn’t picked on or anything.”

      Um girl, you said a few months ago that you had to switch schools MULTIPLE times because you were bullied so badly in elementary school, your childhood years,

      Diehard jennifer fans will hate me for saying this, but the proof is out there. Go google “Jennifer Lawrence bullied” and “Vogue Jennifer Lawrence I wasn’t picked on or anything” to confirm these statements.

      Looks like she finally slipped up.

      • Juliet says:

        The thing about fans is that they can’t see anything wrong with their idols’ statements. Apparently, they only care about her clothes.

      • Kitten Mittens says:

        Congratulations on finding her 1 slip up. What will you do with your life now?

        She still seems pretty normal. You can say something once and your mind focuses on specific events and locations. You can say something again, but your mood and mind are different. We all do it and we’re not manufactured.

        Only people that pay such attention to every interview will attack these people like this. It’s all so silly. Ultimately, if you don’t like them, don’t watch their movies or buy mags with their interviews.

      • angie says:

        She should be stoned to death or something, may you could hire somebody to finish her off, she should not be allowed to live anymore. lol
        TBH, she did admit on last Letterman show she got into acting because she was a chronic liar as a child. *shrugs*

      • cs says:


        I get the same vibe.. I don’t think we will be talking about this girl in five years.. She seems to have the Gretchen Moll/Renee Z vibe to me.
        She’s Not a Great Beauty but seems likable, declared by HW as the next “It Girl”.. But something is off. I just don’t see audiences outside of the US connecting to her in long run. So, I don’t see her as the next female International Star. I just don’t.. She’s missing that Julia Roberts/ Angelina Jolie star quality.

      • Ann Carter says:

        She won’t be around in 5 years?? I’ll take that bet.
        I’ll also put her performance in Winter’s Bone up against any of the first work of JR, RZ or AJ combined.

  2. Eleonor says:

    Her waist in the last photo…no way that’s human.

  3. LZ says:

    The last photo is easily my favorite. Forgetting that its a famous actress it’s just a beautiful shot. The contrasting colors of the scenery with the dress is exactly the kind of thing that belongs in Vogue. It also feels attainable. Like I, an ordinary human being could wear that.

  4. Abby says:

    Lovely photos especially the last two

    I am just curious if Bradley also calls Suki a kid like he did with JLaw considering Suki is even younger than her lol

    I think she is just being candid here and I seriously don’t believe celebs when they say they hate fame etc. BS

    • Liv says:

      I don’t want to know what went down there. I mean he said he wasn’t with Jennifer and it would be ridiculous because he could be her father – and then he bangs the first 21-year-old model who’s around?! Crazy.

      • Abby says:

        Tell me about it…hypocrisy at its best. Anyways I was never interested in seeing them as a couple anyway. He is quite average when compared with her talent.

        Bradley will probably be remembered for his looks and NOT his acting.

  5. Kate says:

    The only actresses who know how to model for these photoshoots are those that used to be models like Charlize or Milla Jovovich.

  6. kennedy says:

    I love her. And I love everything about her. I’m glad she prefaces her complaints about fame as being “complaints”.

  7. aims says:

    I like the last picture. That’s a cute outfit. I love Jennifer. Her personality, humor, she’s awesome. I wouldn’t want her life, I’m a private person. it would bother me to be stopped on the street, but she also wanted to do this gig. So, I dunno.

  8. Latisse says:

    Honestly, I guess this girl can really do no wrong for me. I think I must be obsessed because NONE of her comments, not even the always knew I would be famous one rub me the wrong way.

  9. RocketMerry says:

    I think the whole shoot is gorgeous!
    Not the clothes in themselves, mind you; but the way she was able to really blend in with the concept and make it a bit less stiff and much more emotional than what it would have been on a different model/actress.

    I don’t know, the whole thing just appeals to me. Very beautiful to look at.

  10. LilyRose says:

    Where does one find that tiny leopard print chair?
    I want!

  11. Another Ann says:

    Why do people get so upset when a celeb talks honestly about the downside of fame – namely, the paparazzi and being followed anywhere you go? Are they not allowed to answer a question honestly?
    She’s right – what normal woman would enjoy having a pack of skeevy guys following her everywhere, camping in front of where she is staying, yelling crude comments and trying to take a picture up her skirt. I much prefer a celeb that feels that way than some famewhore who is constantly calling and posing for the paps.

    • Tapioca says:

      Because celebrities CHOOSE fame and they’re very willing to enjoy the positive aspects of it.

      Most “little people” problems are unavoidable – mortgage payments, childcare issues, keeping food on the table, etc… It’s not like we can just quit and live off our massive pile of money if there’s an aspect of our jobs we don’t like, so to hear someone who can moaning about it is a little irksome!

      • Lauren says:

        I agree that she chose her lifestyle, and I hate when celebrities (especially gross fame-seekers like Kim K) go overboard, but I feel like the issues Jennifer brought up here are legitimate. I would hate that too. But I chose to be a physician – does that mean I can’t complain about overnight call, paperwork, insurance company bullshit, etc.? (That would eliminate a lot of conversations in residency!)

    • blaize says:

      Because there’s this idea in our society that if you’re someone like Jennifer Lawrence, you have no ‘real’ problems and any problems you do have are your fault anyway. So some people are offended by hearing these people complain about anything.

    • ClaireB says:

      I don’t think every celebrity choose to be famous just to be famous. But yes, steady, interesting, well paid acting career comes often with a certain level of fame. Like any work in the art industry.

    • Lark says:

      ITA. It’s like an actor or actress has to act like everything is perfect in relation to fame and the paps, or else they get jumped about it. I understand that celebrities have a sort of symbiotic relationship with paps and fame, but at the same time they should be able to acknowledge that the paps often cross the line.

      What gets me is that men like Johnny Depp (before everyone started ragging on him a few years ago) used to slam the idea of fame and paps constantly, and everyone would act like it meant he was “real” and “grounded.” But god forbid a woman does it once or twice, or she’s accused of whining.

      • Lou says:

        I agree.

        Plus, there’s a the plain fact that the paparazzi are more threatening when you’re a woman. It’s strange men outside you’re house! They are stalkers! But for some reason it’s legal. I think it’s creepy and wrong, and I have no problem with legitimate actresses (not famewhores) complaining about it, as long as they don’t compare it to being raped.

  12. s says:

    she looks amazing!!!

  13. shelley says:

    The clothes and scenery are well done for the Fall issue…….but a serious *yawn* at Lawrence.

    • emmie_a says:

      Yep. I totally get that fall feeling, my favorite season, while looking at the pics! …And I want to snuggle with that big black and white dog. So cute!!

  14. Patty says:

    She annoys me. First she says she always knew she’d be famous, and then she says she hates fame. Alrighty then. Seriously I am over all of these starlets, Lawrence is not as offensive as some of the others but she is just as annoying. If you hate fame, don’t play the game. Make your movies and shut up about it.

    • BooBooLaRue says:

      and I always knew she would become annoying! (LOVE THAT SUIT THOUGH)

    • Cameron says:

      Or better yet, go do theater. Broadway actors don’t seem to get bothered.
      She annoys me too. I dont think she’s that great looking either. She looks like Hell without make-up ..same as Mila Kunis.

    • mom2two says:

      She lost me after her Rolling Stone interview when they were making a big deal about how fast she can pee. Really, that was the most interesting thing about her?
      Most of the stuff she says and does, she gets a huge free pass on and if it were any other celeb, they’d be raked over the coals. When she does it, it’s cute and refreshing. I bet other celebs must think, “How do I get that free pass?”

      • angie says:

        I don’t get why people are always comparing other celebrities to Jennifer Lawrence,everybody is different with their own different personalities.
        Some people will like them for it and some people will hate them for it.
        So, it’s all Jennifer Lawrence fault now that their favorite celebrities gets bashed and look in this thread, how many people are bashing her? she is definitely not getting a free pass like some ridiculous haterS would want you to believe.*rolls eyes*
        The haters and bias fangirls of other celebrities are just pissed that some people like her warts and all and are desperately complaining to everybody that their favorites are not getting the treatment they deserve. That is just pathetic IMO.

  15. blue marie says:

    these photos are pretty, she’s a pretty girl although they photoshop her cheek bones smaller..

  16. Lila says:

    The comments don’t bother me. Stars can be fun and cute and adorable and still be delusional about their fame (I don’t know how I got famous! I only pursued being a movie star by signing on to a huge franchise! I don’t know why anyone would want to see pictures of me!). This idea that she’s normal is crap. If she was normal she wouldn’t be on the cover of Vogue. So like all the other movie stars on the cover of Vogue, she says stupid oblivious things about fame and the paparazzi. That doesn’t negate how much I like her for being so hilarious in interviews, it just reminds me she’s a movie star with all the idiocy that comes with that.

  17. AlexB says:

    Uhhh the fame comment is kinda…arrogant I think. But hey that’s just my opinion. I’m surprised people aren’t jumping on her more for it, if it was another star then people would be all over them tearing them apart.

    • Dingo says:

      I strange she always gets away with everything. I don’t like her in interviews – I really am one of those who think she comes of kind of fake. I loved her in WB and think that was the Oscar-performance not SLPB – and I like her as an actress – and that really is enough.

    • AKA says:

      So many over rated comments in one magazine article. And yup you are right, unlike with other celebs whenever Jennifer Lawrence says something “off” it’s always waved off. The comment about fame especially irks me because you know she’s far from correct. If it were a celeb complaining about someone breaking in the cops would be all over it ASAP.

    • Samtha says:

      Eh, I think a lot of people, when they’re young, feel like they’re destined for fame or great things. I know I certainly did–when I was a teen, I was convinced I was going to have some huge impact on the world! And most of my friends had similar delusions of grandeur. (Maybe it was just us?)

      The only difference is, it came true for her!

      • Penny says:

        I’m still waiting for the delusion to materialize. I guess while it hasn’t I should be a hypocrite & chastise JLaw for her statement…

      • M says:

        Exactly, no one as a child feels destined for middle management.

        It irks me that all famous ppl feel they have some divine right… Nope sorry, just good luck!

    • blaize says:

      You’re right. Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, and Pink are probably the only females who could get away with saying these things without there being a massive pile-on. Anyone else, and people would probably be calling them an entitled, ungrateful delusional brat, or something similar (the article included).

      I’d say it had something to do with Jennifer being a ‘Hollywood good girl’, since people tend to be 10x harsher with the ‘Hollywood bad girls’ (because our socialization runs oh so very deep). But Pink is a ‘Hollywood bad girl, and I still think she’d get away with those comments because we all seem to like her here.

      Hey Bedhead, don’t you think this belongs in the delusional section too? 😀

    • angie says:

      i don’t get what’s so arrogant about that quote?
      so when she was a child, she had a dream and wanted to become famous and kind of knew it and she set her goal and went for it, i don’t know, i would say she was an ambitious child with a big dream and she made it. Good for her, i guess.
      Her parents did not want that kind of life for her, they were from kentucky and wanted a simple life for their daughter, Jennifer persuaded them and she has managed to be successful in it. IMO.

    • carol says:

      confirmation bias – she was arrogant/delusional enough to think that she was going to be famous. Then, against all odds, it actually happened, and now she thinks she ‘always knew’.

  18. MonkeyTowz says:

    She’s lovely. I didn’t find her comment about always knowing she would be famous as arrogance simply b\c a lot of people seem to “know” who or what they would one day become since childood. I hope she keeps her wits about her. Staying grounded in Hollywood seems pretty futile.

  19. Lucy says:

    I don’t see her pulling a KStew anytime soon. We’re talking about a girl whose professionalism is ALWAYS brought up by the people she has worked/is working with. I read the full interview and right before she starts saying all that, the interviewer points out that she’s completely aware of how she might sound if she complains about her fame. She was definitely being candid about it to me.

    • GUEST says:

      I have never heard Kstew’s professionalism questioned, quite the opposite, it is the only positive you ever hear. It’s how she deals with Paps and press that makes people nuts.

  20. Dawn says:

    I happen to like the photo session from what I can see here but I will NOT buy Vogue ever again after the way Anna Wintour bowed down to Kaye West’s demands before the Met Ball. I lost all respect for her right then and there. And yes some people just know that they are going to be famous and work hard for it and others confuse famous and infamous as being the same thing. The infamous don’t work hard at anything except the scam they are working on. Like her, like her vibe, like her voice and her eyes and I actually love that hair do!

  21. paranormalgirl says:

    I don’t have an issue with her comments. I always knew I would be respected in my field. And I am. And I think what she’s saying in the last comment is that at the moment, she’s not OK with the downside of fame. She even prefaces it with the statement that she hasn’t been famous long enough for it to be her normal. She still feels like that ordinary Kentucky girl inside and she is having difficulty coming to terms with the fact that her life has dramatically changed. She will realize it and the life of a well known actress will become her new normal. I hope it doesn’t change her too much.

  22. pau says:

    I think you’re nitpicking CB. I don’t find her comments irritating at all. It is a strange phenomena is it not? We have normalized ‘paparazzi’ in our society but if you take a step back, it is quite strange. It would be especially strange coming into her level of fame and still getting use to it.

  23. psb says:

    I don’t see anything wrong with her statements. Most people think they will be famous when they are kids. She set a goal and saw it through. Good for her. Also, about the whole complaining about fame thing… I get that she chose this path, but it must be really hard to be 23 years old and not be able to go out or do pretty much anything without having people following you, gawking at you etc

  24. Anna says:

    I thought the interview would be funniet. If you read the entire thing on vogue’s site you’ll see that it’s basically her complaining. If you want to live a normal life get out of LA and stop doing interviews. Pull a DDL

  25. Nev says:

    the only photo that MAYBE works is the last photo.

  26. nanou says:

    The way Jennifer Lawrence gets a free pass for everything is just amazing. I don’t think Henry Cavill or Kristen Stewart would’ve had the same treatment that’s for sure.

    • blaize says:

      Ha! Can you imagine what the reaction would be if Kristen Stewart, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Rihana, or some other starlet said, “I always knew I’d be famous” and complained about the behavior of paparazzi?

      “THEN GET OUT OF THE LIMELIGHT, YOU DELUSIONAL, ENTITLED, BRATTY (-)! God, I can’t stand this biatch!”

      • nanou says:

        What about that famewhore Tom Hiddleston ?Oh !! what am i talking about ?
        This is Jennifer “can do no wrong” Lawrence, you know ? She’s DIFFERENT,she’s down to earth, she’s relatable, she doesn’t play the Hollywood game, she can say she’s always knew she’d be a star and will be praised for it.

      • AlexB says:

        Yea exactly…she’s getting a pass for some reason. I don’t understand it.

        couldn’t agree with you more!

    • angie says:

      hmm seem like some bias fans of other actors are getting pissed or what?
      and Henry Cavill? i don’t think he got many negative comments here until he started dating the Kaley girl, so i don’t get the implication of double standard at all.
      People will like who they like and hate who they want, depends on the personality of the individual also.
      Jennifer Lawrence is very different from Kristen Stewart or Henry Cavill, she is most the time never serious in her interviews and has tons of charisma and charm,is completely random sometimes for example, her sponge fetish in this interview which is pretty weird, may be that makes people like her more i don’t know, just a theory. JMO.

  27. IrishGirl says:

    I thought that the interview was classic Jennifer Lawrence (aside from her apparent uneasiness with the level of fame she’s experiencing now, which I took as Lawrence being even more candid, tbh). I definetly did not get the feeling that Lawrence was complaining…and I loved the compliment that she paid her friend (P.S. Perfect Outfit, your butt loks great in that skirt!). I really like her. Love the shoot btw, gorgeous.

  28. Quinn Parker says:

    Love the classic fall clothes!!

  29. UsedToBeLulu says:

    Her left leg isn’t photoshopped away, it’s supposed to look shadowed.

    Nice shoot.

  30. Kristine says:

    I like the last 2 the best. I didn’t think she was that beautiful.

  31. Jennifer12 says:

    Love the photo shoot and the hair!

  32. Amanda says:

    I love everything about that last picture. GORG!!

  33. Laura says:

    I love the “tone” and colors of the photos – they are making me so excited for fall to arrive!

  34. Bijlee says:

    The photoshoot is gorgeous, her hair looks amazing. I really want her cut now. I think she looks great although the overall theme seems to be all over the place, the interview is well idk. I read the whole thing and this stood out to me:

    “Listening to Lawrence get fired up about this, I could not help but think: She will find a cause worth fighting for one day, and it will not be celebrity rights and paparazzi. That just happens to be the injustice that she is experiencing now. She will get used to being famous, or things will calm down, but it is more than clear that there is a hellcat feminist firebrand lurking somewhere inside of her. I would not be the least bit surprised to see her marching on Washington one day, hand in hand with Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn.”

    It’s not her quotes its how the writer writes about her that’s barf worthy. Her quotes are fine it’s all the fluff this writer is surrounding it with. But she’s right the paps on her front lawn is not something she should come to terms with at all.

  35. Maria says:

    She’s cute and I like her but she’s not Vogue material.

  36. Whatevs says:

    To some of you all she can do no wrong and that is alarming in itself..she’s just like every starlet up and coming in Hollywood I find nothing unique or innovative about her jmo

  37. Lauren says:

    I love the Newfie in the picture with the three dogs. Too cute!

  38. Laura says:

    I really like her, but it’s true that she gets a pass on everything. Anytime another young actress says the same things she does, they’re raked over the coals. The media’s fawning over her gets annoying at times.

    • angie says:

      and it’s her fault how exactly?
      And weren’t people saying the media would one day throw her under the bus like they do everybody,so for the haters i am sure that day will eventually come, then you can all rejoice and bash away.*rolls eyes*
      I don’t think her quotes in that article were that offensive , i think she could have been funnier in her interview as i know she can be but, i don’t get what the fuss is about? she appeared to be her normal random self. JMO.

      • Laura says:

        I never said it was her fault, and it’s not. What she said wasn’t that bad, but neither is what the other actresses have said. I’m just saying there’s a double standard there. Hopefully the media won’t turn on her later.

  39. Seagulls says:

    No one mentioned how incredibly unflattering the leather undies are in the first pic? Between the stitching of the undies…. Ew.

    • Celebutard says:

      I agree and I called one of my co-workers over to my desk and he agreed too. So it’s not just us net fruitcakes who don’t like the shorts. People in the real world don’t like them either.

  40. anet says:

    Kids, listen, all twenty teen year olds are dumb and narcissistic. Even actresses. So get over it.

  41. Dalovelee says:

    I love this girl. She’s a brilliant actress and she’s gorgeous. I don’t know what the fascination is with people to wait for her to slip up. Maybe she was bullied and in this interview she wanted to be dismissive about it. I was bullied in school but after a while you move on it does not define you. This girl has every right to hate paparazzi but she’s not middle fingering paps and screaming at them they aren’t fit to breathe the same air. She handles her fists in for them with class unlike some of her fellow famous peers. She looks stunning and this issue of vogue will only add more fuel on the fire for her naysayers to hate on her. Waiting like vultures to pick her apart.

    • Lark says:

      Sigh. I love JenLaw too for the most part, but she has middle-fingered the paps. There were photos of her doing it in Montreal, and it’s not the first time. I don’t get why some of her stans have to drag other young actresses every time she is brought up, people rarely do the same thing to men. I do agree that yelling at the paps or shoving them Kanye style doesn’t do any good though and just makes it worse.

  42. Lark says:

    Beautiful photo shoot. It’s like they finally figured out how to do her make-up too, she looks so much better without the heavy make up. Natural and 80’s American/ Ralph Lauren style really suites her.

  43. Dalovelee says:

    Ok I stand corrected she muddled fingered a pap. Seriously why does it bother so many of you here that she has fans who adore her. It’s as if those of you think if you can come up with enough evidence you can make us change our minds about her. Short of her committing some heinous crime … She can do no bad in my book. If she’s annoyed by paps let her express it. She is a hard working in demand Oscar winning actress. No one expects her to be God. Her fans just like her and will support her work. She’s not a one hit wonder. So all the nit picking is just comical at this point. Jen ROCKS!!

    • mimi says:


      “If she’s annoyed by paps let her express it”

      Sorry for bringing Kristen up in Jen’s story but that’s exactly what Kristen Stewart fans say when Kristen responds to the paps harassing her. She’s not physically beating up on them…just expressing her frustrations with her middle finger and mouth. I have no problem with any celebrity, including Jen, who flips off the paps or gives them a taste of their own medicine by saying rude things right back at them because they continuously harass famous young women like Jen and Kristen through intimidation. That should be against the law.

      With that said, I don’t care for the double standard that is applied to Kristen when she “expresses” herself around them. She is raked through the coals for it. I personally wish all celebrities wouldn’t give the paps any attention at all. Ignoring them is best because they don’t get reaction pics that are worth more money. But it’s easy for me to say that because I’m not a 23-year old women being stalked and harassed by scary looking grown men every time I leave my house.

  44. Maria says:

    Can you all stop using cliches? Or at least vary them a bit?

    One more mention of a “free pass” or being “raked over the coals” and I’m going to have a writer’s breakdown….

  45. MiMi says:

    They photoshopped out the thigh but not the …ahem…camel….. erm…..

  46. Erin says:

    Love her, and the photos are gorgeous, but who ever did the retouching should really be fired. I can really, truly do better than they did. It’s painful to see pretty photos of a pretty person be so butchered!

  47. diva says:

    I don’t get the hype around her. She blends in with all these other actresses. Is she getting so much attention cause of Harvey Weinstein?

  48. Mrs. Ari Gold says:

    She’s going to get sick of this & decide to drop out in a few yrs.
    She’s unlike other actors – she doesn’t need the fame to make her whole. She’s having fun & then she’ll leave and raise a family on ranch or something.

  49. ann h says:

    She’s my favourite young actress that had me hooked since Winter’s Bone. Love the pictures, especially the one with the dogs. I have two Westies myself and they’re really great companions.

  50. Celebutard says:

    All the photos look amazing except for that second one where she’s wearing those horrible looking brown shorts.

  51. Happyhat says:

    She’s perfectly normal – like all celebrities; they’re all normal people. There’s nothing remotely special about them. It’s just that the celeb culture likes/needs to make out like they are special.

    Seriously, any of us could do a reasonable job of being on the cover of Vogue if we had the makeup and the photoshop and (for some of us) learning how to not pull stupid faces when we have our picture taken.

    And any of us could really really want something, work our asses of for it, and not really give any of the downsides that much thought until we got there.

    I like her because she’s a bit messy in her interviews – like, her PR team prep her and she’s like “Yeah, OK, whatever” but then when she gets interviewed she just says whatever.

    That’s her shtick, her marketing angle. Like, she’s best when she can be herself, so her PR team were like “OK, we’ll go with that!”

    That means that she’s gonna often come out with nonsense. Because that’s what people do. Those who are managed to the nth degree would be less likely to come out with nonsense.

    I dunno…I think a lot about this! I often wonder how I’d act in these situations – probably people on these sites would hate me!

  52. NANALU says:

    Oh Please, Settle Down Now, you ain’t no Marilyn Monroe!!

    I hate when these Biaaaa’s get on there high horse, you get a little attention.. get an award.. ” I always knew I’d be famous” Shut the F UP!

    • angie says:

      geez, CALM DOWN, you are the one who sound vulgar and rude TBH.
      And she thought she would be famous when she was a child, children especially this young dream big sometimes, wants to be a singer,doctor, fireman, etc and you mean, to tell all these children who have set a goal in their young life and somehow, managed to achieve it should just shut up and not be admired for it.They at least achieve what they set out to be by their determination and talent. jmo

  53. Meg says:

    I don’t get why you think she was complaining. she was saying how she understood that this was part of the job-being followed.
    and she state: ‘I’ve never said this before because there is no way to say it without it being completely misunderstood’ yet you still misunderstand her.
    this is like when seth mcfarlane said if he sang a song about boobs, he would be accused of being sexist and that’s exactly what happened. people don’t know how to take jokes