Jennifer Lawrence reveals that Bradley Cooper’s butt sweats before his armpits


Jennifer Lawrence had a pretty great Christmas holiday. First, she spent the holiday in Louisville, Kentucky, her hometown. A few days before Christmas, she went to Kosair Children’s Hospital and spent hours visiting with sick kids. She didn’t even publicize the visit herself – we only know she spent hours at the hospital because the kids and the kids’ parents posted photos of her to social media.

J-Law’s big awards-baity film, Joy, also opened over the long Christmas holiday. While no one expected Star Wars numbers, this film was seen as a “test” of J-Law’s non-Hunger Games star power. And she delivered. Well, she met expectations. Joy opened with $17.5 million this weekend and analysts think the film will probably break $100 million when all is said and done, especially if Jennifer walks away with a Best Actress Oscar nomination. As for the actual awards… Jennifer will not be getting much for Joy. This might be one of those occasions when there’s a lot of affection for the star of the film but not much affection for the actual film. Joy’s reviews were mixed, let’s say that. It’s currently sitting at 57% at Rotten Tomatoes.

And finally, J-Law had something gross/funny to reveal about Bradley Cooper, her frequent costar and friend:

Your Adorably Potty Mouthed BFF Jennifer Lawrence is once again Getting Real with interviewers about what it’s like to be a celebrity. This time, it involves her frequent co-star, Bradley Cooper.

“When we were doing our dance lessons together, I’m pretty sure he sweats from his butt first,” she told KISS FM. “You know, you’ve got pit stains everywhere but like his butt would start sweating and I’m like, ‘Is your butt sweating before your armpits are sweating?'”

Unfortunately, they didn’t have long conversations about how his butt is 90-percent sweat glands. “We didn’t, you know, have long conversations about it. It’s just something I kind of like clocked.”

[From Cosmo]

That’s embarrassing. That’s an embarrassing thing to reveal about your friend/costar. And dancing is aerobic, of course you’re going to sweat. It would be like working out at the gym with your friend and then telling the world that your friend gets super-sweaty on the treadmill. Anyway, at least we now know why Bradley Cooper wears booty shorts: it’s because he needs to air out his sweaty butt.



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  1. serena says:

    Totally unnecessary info. Thank god he IS her friend.. and she goes on revealing embarrassing stuff.. not cool or funny. I really can’t like her.

    • Prairiegirl says:

      +1 it’s TMI. Good grief.

    • GreenieWeenie says:

      sure, unnecessary, but does she have any sisters? I think she mentioned a brother. I was raised with 5 brothers. This is definitely the tone of conversation. It’s hard to shake.

      • Scarlet Vixen says:

        @Greenieweenie: Pshaw…I have 4 older brothers, several nephews close to my age, played sports, & spent 15yrs in the military. Other than using the word ‘f*ck’ alot (it’s my favorite!) I am not gross. I don’t even use the word ‘fart’–my 3yr old says she “burps out of her butt” and even that I ask her not to say in public. I have also certainly have never peed in a sink. Or discussed my coworker’s backside.

      • serena says:

        that’s not an excuse, come on she is what, 24/25? It’s not like she’s a little kid anymore. It’s okay to be ‘natural’ but not gross or rude.

  2. kri says:

    Those beige booty short! Every time I see them the theme from “Jaws” plays in my head.

    • burnsie says:

      Genuine question – were those shorts just an awful costume choice, or is that how the actual military uniform is?

      • GreenieWeenie says:

        actual, my friend. I was in training to wear those shorts once (luckily, I never graduated. Those shorts would’ve looked awful on me. But our instructors all wore them!)

      • SusanneToo says:

        They actually tried them in the late 50s. They died a pretty swift death back then.

  3. Don't kill me I'm French says:

    She seems to be obsessed to share about her body functions or the one of others

  4. Hadleyb says:

    I am so sick of her, and him. They don’t need to any more more movies together either, they all have been awful.

    • Jules says:

      Sign me up.

    • Sabrine says:

      I usually like most people but she is a real stomach turner and she just gets worse with time. This what “no class” looks like.

    • Olenna says:

      ITA. I listened to her Fresh Air interview with Terry Gross about a week or two ago and realized I disliked her even more than I thought I did.

      • Michelle says:

        I don’t understand how this is “no class” seriously there are people spewing so much worse stuff out there that show the true meaning of no class. Being candid about a friend is not even on the list.

    • Pandy says:

      Yes, didn’t need to know this info and seeing them on a marquee does not entice me to see the movie. The opposite, actually.

    • CornyBlue says:

      I do not give a fuck about Cooper but i love JLaw but her constant DOR movies is making me like her less. Let go child. There are greener pastures now.

    • Jellybean says:

      I don’t want to see them together again. I find him creepy whatever he does. I like her as an actress, although I think she is often over rated.

  5. Talie says:

    Joy was divine…very inspiring. Amazing movie? No. But a good message.

  6. Scarlet Vixen says:

    I want to like J. Law so much, I really do. But, I had a good friend for years who had very little filter and would blurt out random awkward things and it was hilarious…for awhile. If J. Law wants to overshare about her own farts and love of Doritos and whatever else, that’s fine (I guess). But stop with the embarassing oversharing about your friends and coworkers! If Bradley Cooper wants the public to know he has a sweaty arse that’s HIS business to tell.

    I don’t sweat under my arms, either. The only places my body sweats are a bit in the middle of my back, behind my knees, & when I’m really nervous I sweat under my boobs. Not sweating like normal people sucks–my body basically has no air conditioning system so I overheat very easily. I did my military basic training in South Carolina during summertime and the whole time in the back of my mind I was thinking, “Don’t die, don’t die. That would be SO embarassing.”

    • Maria A. says:

      Yeah, J. Law has no filter and she’s going to end up with terminal foot’n’mouth disease. I have a friend who tends to blurt out what she thinks, not realizing that she can be heard sometimes. It’s embarrassing, especially as she is 50 now and just never learned from her past misstatements.

  7. lisa2 says:

    I know she is “loved’ but why is this all she talks about. I wonder if she is doing these kinds of stories to detract from person questions and discussions. I was watching Kelly&Michael and they showed this clip of Amy S. and she spit a tic tac on the floor. there was a lead up to it but the thing was she spit it on the floor. I see why the two of them are friends. But at some point this gross humor is just GROSS and not humor. Especially when you don’t know when to turn it off.

    • ell says:

      i don’t really understand what happened though, did she just spit a tic tac on the floor out of nowhere? that’s odd…

      idk, i’m british and an introvert, so people like jlaw make me uncomfortable. i love amy schumer though, she’s way funnier than jen.

  8. Kaye says:

    I love JLaw, have seen most of her movies (Joy sucks, imo), but this is TMI.

  9. nches says:

    Good lord. I know they’re friends but I hope he sits her down and tells her not to mouth off about him again. smh

  10. lilacflowers says:

    Beige Booty Shorts!

  11. The Eternal Side-Eye says:

    Some actresses reveal deep thoughts, unique experiences of something that’s just inspiring. She always reveals something gross and unnecessary, it’s like she’s a four year old child gleefully saying butt and doody.

    • Wiffie says:

      I know. I love her, but she reminds me of my 3 year old daughters conversation spicer uppers. Peppering every story with butt and poop. It gets old.

      Stop Jen, I want to keep liking you!

  12. Bee says:

    She first revealed this info in a joint interview with Cooper in 2012 when they were promoting SLP. I think it was an MTV interview at the Toronto Film Festival. He didn’t seem offended at her offering this revelation. He just started laughing. So basically I don’t think she’s speaking out of turn here.

    • V4Real says:

      Well they are season actors and maybe he didn’t want to show his discomfort in front of the cameras. The media would run with that if he did. Also some people tend to laugh as a way to hide their embarrassment or discomfort.

      I like JLaw but she is starting to sound a bit childish with all these antics. She’s trying to sell that down to earth girl next door who farts and eat junk food persona a bit too much.

  13. perplexed says:

    I wonder if the fact that she’s kind of “simple” in terms of her humour is why she’s such a good actress intuitively. There are other actresses who are more educated or try to express more complex thoughts, but then they also kind of stink in their films. Maybe she doesn’t over-think….

    I’ll admit I have no desire to watch her in interviews, but I think she’s really good in her films, so she’s a little bit of a baffling case to me in terms of her star power (in that I’ll change the channel when she’s on Ellen — it’s like I have no desire to know the real her, because it’s kind of boring. Yet I’ll find her compelling on film).

    • NN says:

      She’s not even a good actress. She is JLaw acting like JLaw.
      She overacts and honestly, I don’t sense a passion for acting coming from her. It seems more like ” a thing to do” rather than her dream, idk.
      She is too young to be phoning it in already (which is what I feel she does, very lazy imo).

      • perplexed says:

        I don’t think she’s the most brilliant actress ever, but I find her more watchable than the actresses in her age range like Kristen Stewart, Shailene Woodley, etc. and the actresses slightly older than her like Natalie Portman. Maybe the other actresses who have been touted as the best of their generation have set the bar SO low, she appears really good by comparison. I was actually able to watch her in the House at the End of the Street, which had a fairly crappy script. Had anyone else starred in that I probably would have shut the movie off.

  14. Nancy says:

    I like her much better when she’s not trying so hard to be outrageous. I never found potty humor too amusing, especially out of the mouth of a grown women. Stick to acting and let Amy Schumer be the crazy one.

  15. NUTBALLS says:

    My friend and I had a choice of watching Joy or Concussion. Both had so-so reviews and my friend wanted something funny so we watched Joy. It was so terribly slow and bad that we actually left 30 min in to it and watched The Big Short… again. There was probably 8 people in the theater for Joy — more than 50 for Short. So I guess I’m a part of that 17 million number, but thought it was terrible. Seriously one of the worst films I’ve had to suffer through in years.

    The Big Short was awesome. Loved everything about it, especially Christian Bale.

    • Dara says:

      Thank you Nutty – I wasn’t sure I was going to add The Big Short to my watchlist, but I’m glad to hear it was good. Better than Spotlight you think?

      I confess I find Marisa Tomei a little annoying, which is probably what was holding me back from buying a ticket.

      • NUTBALLS says:

        Dara, I still like Spotlight best, but The Big Short is entertaining and does a great job of explaining what brought on the financial crash to non-finance folks. Tomei plays a small role and she does just fine in it. Definitely go see it, it’s critically acclaimed for good reason.

      • SusanneToo says:

        Marisa Tomei was barely in TBS, but she was fine.
        I like Finn Wittrock and was happy to see him in the film.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Leaving 30 minutes into it? I saw it last night and I remembered your comment, and it just seems really odd to me after having seen the film.

      It is one thing if, like my grandmother, you go into a film like Boogie Nights and expect a lighthearted rom-com about the 70s. The movie was REALLY not what she expected so she left, understandable. But with Joy, it was portrayed as a small movie about a woman’s life and growth. That was what they gave you. The first 30 minutes is exposition, as in most films/books, etc., so I am just really confused as to what you expected to happen in the first 30 minutes that was so unfulfilled that you got up and left.

  16. Paloma says:

    How old is she now? She needs to grow up a bit, and start using a mouth filter.

  17. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Sigh. I give up.

    • Nikki says:

      Do you mean you give up trying to like her?

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I give up on my fantasy of what she could be like if she didn’t talk about butt sweat. I realize now that it was my trying to force her into a mold that was causing our problem. I want her to be the person who wrote that great essay about equal pay. Not the person who talks about urinatining in the sink. But it’s time to let go. That’s not who she is. I still like her. It’s me I don’t like. Lol

  18. Kennedy says:

    Joy had the potential to be great. I would have loved to see someone like Spike Jonze or Sarah Polley tackle the material. The film was SO tonally wonky that it messed up an awesome premise. Nothing really fit after the first 20 – 30 minutes. I thought Jennifer was great and she carried the film, despite its very obvious flaws. David O’Russell is a terrible human being but a decent director. I LOVED The Fighter and I thought American Hustle was great. Truthfully,I love that it allowed for Amy Adams to break out of her “typecast” and really show her range (and she owned both movies). But other then that, I hope his mighty douche STOPS attracting top tier talent like JLaw and Amy Adams. He’s a sick human being. And if he weren’t a white man, he probably wouldn’t have been given so many chances and opportunities.

    All that being said, I still love JLaw and I’m excited to see her work with Spielberg and Aronofsky. I really hope she reunites with Debra Granik (Winter’s Bone director) in the future.

  19. Frank says:

    Am I the only who still wanders why she an oscar winner. I find her overrated

    • Sarah01 says:

      I refuse to watch her.

    • Sarah01 says:

      No your not, I think she is insufferable and gave up on award shows celebrating the industry’s best performers. Her win and nominations underscore the fact that the academy is a joke. And her falling over her dress was over the top. Everything about her over the top. She can only play herself much like Kirsten.

  20. cat says:

    I am all for actors being themselves. I personally think it will benefit them in the long run, to remain true and not put on a fake persona for the public. I have always gotten the impression Jennifer is faking it. That’s not to say she an unlikable person, I just feel like she is putting always putting on a show.

  21. LAK says:

    I wanted to like JOY. It’s the sort of inspiring story that is up my alley.

    Unfortunately, didn’t like it at all. Walked out of the screening after 20mins.

    It was same ol’ same ol’ from everyone, including JLAW, though I thought DeNiro was funny. He has sort of segwayed into a comic style of character acting that I find very funny. Never would have thought he would wind up there. Then again he is really good at the darker stuff, so dark comedy shouldn’t be too far away stretch.

    Also, I kept thinking that JLAW was to young young play the role. It was distracting me the entire time. She looked young and not world weary enough to be carrying all the people she was carrying. Since the director is going for his usual stable of company actors, couldn’t he hire Amy Adams instead?

    • jinni says:

      Probably because he treated Adams so badly during the making of American Hustle that Bale had to get on him to quit coming for her. She may not want to work with him again.

      • LAK says:

        I remembered that, but he is horrible to all his actors, and they all come back for more.

        This role is a glaring example of Hollywood casting someone who is visibly too young, even for the kids her character is supposed to have in the film. No wonder 30-40yr old actresses despair.

    • Tig says:

      So agree with you! She has a baby face to start with, and that youthful appearance works against these roles. Of course, read where she’s set to play Robert DeNiro’s grandmother(?) in an upcoming movie-anyone else see this?

  22. Is Jennifer Lawrence related to Honey boo boo?

  23. Farhi says:

    She starts reminding me of Kristen Stuart. I like Kristen and she is a good actress but lacks education and can’t string too words together. It is painful to watch her.
    JLaw seems to be the same, just less extreme. She lacks education and sophistication. Even though she is talented and smart she has nothing to talk about.
    Perhaps that is the only way for the actresses to achieve stardom. They have to start so young to make it, there is no time left for education.

    • Emma - The JP Lover says:

      @Farhi, who wrote: “She lacks education and sophistication. Even though she is talented and smart she has nothing to talk about.
      Perhaps that is the only way for the actresses to achieve stardom. They have to start so young to make it, there is no time left for education.”

      Then how do you explain child actresses who have college degrees? Jodie Foster (who has been acting or starring in commercials since she was 3-years-old) has a B.A. in Literature from Yale. Emma Watson (who began acting at the age of 6 and was 9-years-old when she landed her role as Hermione in the first “Harry Potter” film) graduated from Brown University with a B.A. degree in English Literature. Julia Stiles (who started acting in Off-Broadway plays as a child and moved on to TV and film roles as a pre-teen) has a B.A. in Literature from Columbia. Natalie Portman (who started acting as a child and starred in a “Star Wars” trilogy as a pre-teen and teen) has a B.S. degree in Psychology from Harvard. And these are just four actresses from a long list of child actors and actresses who were determined to get an education.

      If Jennifer Lawrence–and other vapid actors and actresses who started acting as children–aren’t educated, it’s because they don’t give a damn about having or getting an education.

      • cat says:

        Emma Watson started her franchise work as an elementary student. It ended as she turned eighteen, college age. Kristen started while she was a junior in high school and ended when she was twenty two. And Jennifer’s franchise work just ended. All three were under contract and had to be available to work. Available to work means remaining available. Other acting jobs and advance education had to be fitted in between filming and promoting their films. That meant traveling to different locals to film and promote their films. As you mentioned Natalie Portman finished her franchise work as a teen, so she was free to attend university.

      • Farhi says:

        Are you sure taking time off to study instead of working in their “best years” ( due to ageism of Hollywood) didn’t hurt their careers? We can’t really know that one way or another, but this is a choice they had to make – education or making 2-3 movies in that time.

        For child actors especially a lot depends on the parents and their priorities. Whether the parents make sure their children are still getting proper education while travelling and working it can be really hard.
        I know that even kids in performances at our local theater have to stay until 11PM for rehearsals. When are they supposed to study?

      • cat says:

        These women have a small window in Hollywood. Look at Jennifer being cast “older”. I don’t blame these young women.

      • korra says:


        Nope Natalie Portman graduated high school and was going to college during the prequel trilogy. She skipped a premiere to study for an exam. For how annoying Portman was I do respect that she did say that she put her education above a career in hollywood. I mean she had the franchise, but still she did go.

        Watson did similarly; although she’s a bit disappointing. She is 25, educated in phenomenal schools, has all the world’s resources at her fingertips and yet she’s so banal about feminism and her campaign.

      • Emma - The JP Lover says:

        @Cat and @Farhi …

        Jodie Foster went to college in 1980 at the age of 17. She has been in 31 films since 1980 and won her ‘first’ Oscar for “The Accused” in 1988 and her ‘second’ Oscar for “The Silence of the Lambs” in 1991.

        Natalie Portman graduated from Harvard in 2003 and she has been in 33 films since (several while still attending college), including the third “Star Wars” film, “Black Swan” (for which she won an Oscar in 2010), “Thor,” and “Thor 2.”

        Emma Watson graduated from college in 2014. She made five (5) films while in college, including “Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows: Part 2” and “Noah.” She has completed 4 films since graduating.

        Julia Stiles enrolled in Columbia University in 2000 (a year after filming “10 Things I Hate About You”). She was in 14 films between 2000 and graduating in 2005, including “Save the Last Dance,” “O,” “The Bourne Identity,” “Mona Lisa Smile,” and “The Bourne Supremacy.” She has been in 16 films since getting her degree (not counting her season on “Dexter” and 3 made for TV films) including “The Bourne Ultimatum” (2007) and the upcoming “Bourne” sequel she is currently filming with Matt Damon (2016).

        @Farhi said vapid actors and actresses like Jennifer Lawrence and Kristen Stewart didn’t have ‘time’ to get an education because they started acting so early in life. Well, all four of the actresses above (and they are not alone) began acting early in life and still managed to enter college and earn a degree.

  24. Frosty says:

    She’s really Annoying Orange. I’ll see Joy at some point, probably, but it’s not a must see, I’d rather Netflix and chill with it. I have a feeling Joy has already peaked and will flatline in a couple of weeks.

    • perplexed says:

      That’s what I think too, mainly because of the reviews and word-of-mouth. That’s why I don’t get the $100 mill prediction.

    • NUTBALLS says:

      I expect that word of mouth will have it dropping significantly next weekend. It’s really not that great of a film.

      • Jasmine says:

        It’s just her annoying PR-team that are spreading these lies, like always. Don’t believe the hype.

  25. Emma - The JP Lover says:

    @Kaiser …

    I don’t know, I think a true test of whether or not an actor or actress can carry a film is if their name is the most recognizable in the cast. There are two or three other names in the cast which are at least as or more recognizable than Jennifer Lawrence’s name. The director has re-created a dynamic from “The Silver Linings Playbook” and people see that and think, “Ok, okay … this film will be sort of like ‘that’ film, which I really liked.” I believe this is the draw to “Joy,” not Jennifer Lawrence alone.

  26. Crumpet says:

    This girl has a serious case of verbal diarrhea. I’m starting to think she is a bit of an idiot. Damn good actress though. And certainly I prefer her silliness to actors who try to appear pithy and informed (I shall refrain from naming names) about world issues.

  27. Nouveau says:

    She looks like Bella Hadad. I think she could be a bit more complicated than she likes to let on and all this offensive stuff is maybe an unconscious cover. She constantly tries to out tomboy and out cool girl everybody out there, but why? It’s not even funny. Every second interview she offends another public figure (Lindsay Lohan, etc) or mentions she gets really drunk and pukes. That’s her favourite one at the moment. All her photos being leaked can’t be easy to deal with if you’re 22 or whatever she was at the time. This thing she said about Bradley is just outright stupid and rude. What’s she aiming for?

    Also, yes, to the posters up there who think she’s totally overrated as is David O Russell. She’s always Jennifer Lawrence with a few different expressions thrown in there for each role. Her accents are apparently not even on point. She’s been riding the hype for a long time.

  28. La La Land says:

    Bear with me as I roll my eyeballs 360 degrees.

    Geez Laweez with the ever constant gross antidotes for the sake … of what, comedy? Is she really this naive for a 25 year old? I know she’s young, but c’mon now.

    Maybe this is the reason…for a while now, Jennifer Lawrence seems to have CONSTANTLY emulated Jon Hamm’s gross analogies / jokes that he used to do a lot in the past in order to be entertainingly funny … which was typically a FAIL on his part, though I wouldn’t say he’s been as annoying as JL. That’s just my op, of course.

    I’ve noticed the pattern (esp since I’ve written about celebs in the past … have some inside info (sort of) and am probably using speculative reasoning too :)). From Hamm’s fart jokes (Lord, I hate that word) to being sweaty and stinky to Hamm being accused of not washing his hands after using the bathroom, Jennifer L has nearly used the same antics about herself … not to mention her peers. Also, during one week, when John Stamos was hanging out with Hamm in ATL … Jennifer L was making the rounds attesting her ‘crush’ on Stamos. Sure, JLaw, wink wink.

  29. DEEVIA says:

    And she knows this how? Good grief she is a respected actress not Jenny McCarthy (whom somewow having a career is still a mystery to me). Poor Bradley Weaselface!