Lala Kent: Jennifer Lawrence is a ‘gross human being’ & ‘her face is a little too pudgy’

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In the year 2018, we need to create a new gossip maxim: Never start sh-t with a reality star. That’s it. The end. Taylor Swift should have have figured that out before she started sh-t with Kim Kardashian’s husband. LeAnn Rimes should have figured that out before she started sh-t with Brandi Glanville for the millionth time. America should have figured that out before we started sh-t with Donald Trump. And finally, Jennifer Lawrence should have figured that out before she started sh-t with Lala Kent.

Lala Kent is on Vanderpump Rules, and J-Law is a flat-out fanatic of Bravo reality programming. Jennifer loves everything about the Real Housewives and the spinoff shows. When she was on Watch What Happens Live, Jennifer called Lala Kent a C-U-Next-Tuesday. Lala Kent has nothing to lose here: an A-list, Oscar-winning actress called her a C-word and now Lala is going to be talking about this sh-t FOREVER. Lala has given another interview about Jennifer Lawrence, and hopefully, this will teach J-Law a much-needed lesson: never start sh-t with a reality star.

Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent is still upset about Jennifer Lawrence calling her a “c—t” on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

“She’s gross,” Kent, 27, began during a Tuesday, March 20, appearance on Heather McDonald’s Juicy Scoop podcast. “Not only did she call me the c-word … she went on and on making fun of me and my relationship with my mom … I’m watching this like ‘Is this A-list celebrity, who has Oscars, for real?’ And then when she dropped the c-word I was like ‘Ok, honey, let’s leave the trash to us reality TV personalities, don’t be trying to take my job.”’

“Well you know, I just let her know she’s a gross human being and congratulations on two failed films in a row,” the Bravo star continued. “My man is in the movie business, it is now said that she is not as valuable and she has to have another actor or actress to like, get the numbers up.”

Kent continued to slam Lawrence, and admitted the diss hurt her feelings.

“You’re an A-list celebrity who makes more money than God and you’re like saying you support women and you’re calling another women the c-word that you’ve never laid eyes on in person, never had a conversation with me,” Kent explained. “I tried to not let it bug me, but it never feels good to be called that, on top of someone who is that big and grand and A-list and glamorous. It was kind of like, ‘That kind of hurt my feelings a little bit.’

When McDonald asked if she thinks Lawrence did anything sexual with Harvey Weinstein, Kent replied, “Yeah, I think she’s that type of chick.”

“Well, here’s the thing, now anytime you bring her up, like, I’m going to have nothing nice to say about her,” Kent added. “I’m going say that she sucked everyone’s d—ks to get to where she is, I’m going to say that her hair sucks, her face is a little too pudgy, like she needs to stop the drinking, you know? I said it, you don’t have to worry.”

[From Us Weekly]

This is why you don’t start sh-t with a reality star. Say it over and over until you fully comprehend. The Kim Kardashians, Lala Kents, Brandi Glanvilles and Donald Trumps of the world literally have nothing to lose. They live on controversy, they thrive in chaos, they aim to be petty and vulgar. Why not? That’s what makes them famous. That’s why they get paid. So congrats, J-Law: you just got bodied by a Vanderpump Rules reality star. It’s what J-Law deserves, quite honestly. Updated to clarify: when I say “it’s what J-Law deserves” I mean that OF COURSE a reality star is going to be dining out on this for months to come. J-Law is not some naif new to Hollywood – she’s a 27-year-old woman who called a reality star a “c–t” on national television. Lala is wrong to say what she says here, but what did Jennifer expect? Maybe she’ll learn not to start sh-t with reality stars.

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  1. Darla says:

    This entire thing is disgusting beyond words. I don’t think Jlaw deserves this, but she was quite wrong to use the c word to describe any woman. What was said here though does not make this situation better. It’s all disgusting.

    • otaku fairy says:

      Agree with both you points 100%. They both need to grow up. But be prepared for woke feminists, liberals, and deplorables alike to join in on the misogyny. Bots will show up too- you know there’s been an increase of them since the election. Dumpster fire in 3, 2, 1….

      • Kitten says:

        Yeah this thread will be gross. Look, what J Law said was terrible–I HATE the c-word–but what this lady is saying is just as bad, if not worse. NOT ok to insinuate that she slept her way to the top. Really trashy sh*t. The thing is, she’s a reality tv star–you expect this kind of low-rent garbage from them. And yes, it’s true that J Law started this, but no, I don’t think she deserves to have the incredibly unfair and unproven Weinstein rumors weaponized against her. Don’t do the MRAs bidding, lady.

        ETA: Yeah this thread is actually worse than I imagined. I’m out.

      • MellyMel says:

        Same Kitten…same!

      • Veronica says:

        Yeah, I made the mistake of scrolling down this thread. That has been remedied.

      • Sabrine says:

        I don’t blame Lala Kent at all although perhaps just a couple of well thought out comments would have been more effective than a tirade. I can understand she was upset though. Lawrence is arrogant and conceited, thinking her movie star status allows her to be rude and say whatever she wants, which in this case was inappropriate and vulgar. So now she’s made an enemy for life who will trash her at every turn. I wonder if she even cares, probably not.

    • Girl_ninja says:

      Agreed completely. Gross.

    • Rumi says:

      Yeah I agree, no c words to describe women.
      I have to say I always think the same thing when it comes to J-Law, A list? Oscar winner?

    • PPP says:

      Lawrence needs a good no-bullshit friend to slap her up the backside of the head, because she’s turning into an asshole. Scratching her butt with a sacred rock and thereby destroying a sacred rock formation. Pouring beer on people and their briefcases as a response to aggressive selfie solicitation, now this? The c-word? For real, that is lady-on-lady crime. Lawrence probably loves the response, too.

    • ElleC says:

      She is well within her rights to describe JLaw’s behaviour as gross, but she loses credibility when she starts taking pot shots at her appearance. Criticize a person’s actions, attitude and work all you want – those are within their control – but making fun of a person’s appearance/race/sexuality etc. is really low.

      I don’t support what JLaw said, but I’m also wondering why Lala is clapping back so hard when the comment was about her “reality TV” self. Like, was JLaw commenting on Lala the person or Lala the persona? Given how scripted those shows are, I know I comment on the “characters” without thinking that necessarily reflects the person. Maybe the lines are blurred there, but I can kinda see where JLaw was coming from, even tho I agree she was completely out of line in how she expressed herself.

      UPDATE: OMG I just got to the part about Weinstein. Yeah this woman is trash/trolling.

      • noway says:

        100% agree. I think if women as a group want to make real strides we need to stop criticizing each other over appearance and sexuality. To steal a line from Tina Fey and Mean Girls, We need to stop calling each other bitches and whores because it only makes it easier for the men to do it.

    • Aurelia says:

      She was prolly drunk when she said it.

    • Lilly says:

      +1 too.

  2. Jussie says:

    “When McDonald asked if she thinks Lawrence did anything sexual with Harvey Weinstein, Kent replied, “Yeah, I think she’s that type of chick.””

    The c-word seems rather too kind for this woman.

    • smcollins says:

      Yeah…I get wanting to go for the jugular, but damn. I hope JL doesn’t respond. No need to take this any lower.

    • otaku fairy says:

      Yeah. Jennifer DID start it….she needs to think before she speaks and accept the fact that not every woman is going to be down with the c-word being used to describe her just because Jennifer is not personally offended by it and she’s a woman too. But Lala didn’t exactly prove her wrong with her response, did she? She also doesn’t score any feminist brownie points or even just ‘better human being than JLaw’ brownie points by getting even more misogynistic and using a man who’s raped, harassed, threatened, and otherwise abused other women as a tool to slut-shame some woman in a feud. Plus she’s using sex workers as an insult.

      • Anna says:

        So these women are separated/distinguished from each other because one has an Oscar? I watched Jlaw say this on this episode of WWHL and all I could think was what an abosolutely mean thing that was to say. She finds herself clever and fresh with her inappropriate familiarity and “candor”. I was stunned when she said it. IMO She needs to seek therapy, drug and alcohol counseling, and to grow up and act her age before she opens her mouth. I watch some of this trash and the thing I can say is that I actually really like these reality women who put themselves out there in sometimes rude and embarrassing ways. JLaw was rating people on this show…here’s a tip…if you are asked these questions on live TV, if you like her say “love her” if you don’t say “don’t know her” if your in the middle a “not really sure” will suffice. This works in real life too, because what I have found since in my teens is that you can really dislike someone and the next thing you know they become a great person in your life. There is always something great about a woman and if you can’t find that thing, simply say “don’t know her” and people will get it…and thus I say about the Kardashian women “I don’t know them” but I know that they lie an awful lot.

    • Merritt says:

      Yup. I have no idea who she is but she lost with that comment.

    • Lucy2 says:

      That exchange disgusted me, both with McDonald for asking it and for this person for answering it in that manner. Truly disgusting.

      Jennifer was gross and crass in calling her names, too. No winners here.

      • magnoliarose says:

        No winners at all.
        Actually, Lala because all she lives for attention. Bad or gross or whatever. She doesn’t care. And she got it. For her intentions, she wins. There is no downside in her mind.
        But we all lose for having to witness it.
        This is what our society is now. A race to the bottom and the total dismissal of civility.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      Absolutely nobody looks good here. Personally, I usually cut the person who responds some slack because responding in a digusting way is not the same as attacking in a disgusting way. That’s just me though. But my god, neither is my feminist inspiration today.

    • Veronica says:

      Really? It is ok to call a woman you don’t even know the “c” word?? That is such BS.
      J-Law punches down, just like Dotard Trump. She punched down at this woman, she punched down at that foreign reporter. She is a bully and a mean girl. I don’t like that this Lala woman said J-Law slept her way to success or mocked her face, but that she is no longer a top star and she needs to stop drinking? She is 100% correct.
      And really. Your comment is offensive.

      • Kay says:

        lmao, comparing her to Trump is just asinine. She’s harshly criticized him on numerous occasions to the point where die hard trump fans loathe her. & trump never apologizes so I’m not seeing the comparison here?

        And are you really going to compare someone who was a victim of a sex crime with a SERIAL SEXUAL ABUSER? I think you should check your own problematic comments before calling out others for “offensive” comments.

        and fyi, she never bullied that reporter so I’m not sure why you keep bringing that up. He was recording her during the Q&A and another reporter in the room verified he was recording and being generally rude and distracting to everyone else in the room. (

        Here is additional proof were he stated that he said that she must of been on her period (and then sneakily [edited his facebook post after he realized he could get in trouble for that) He’s also retweeted comments calling her a bitch and more

      • Otaku fairy says:

        @Kay: I agree that the Trump comparison is way over the top. It’s just another reminder of how women are held to a MUCH higher standard than men- it takes a lot less for female public figures to be considered as terrible as the male public figures. Amazing how a slightly snarky tone with a rude (and later on, sexist) reporter puts a woman on the level of a racist sexual predator.

    • Mrs Odie says:

      Takes that kind of chick to know that kind of chick. She sure was all outraged when Katie implied the same thing of Lala to her frozen face.

  3. RBC says:

    Wow!! She was not holding anything back!

  4. monette says:

    She later said they made up and are now ok.
    She said this interview aired after they made up.

    “My interview with Juicy Scoop was taped a couple of weeks ago when I still felt hurt and emotional. Excuses aside, I wanted to let it be known J.Law and I are all good now.”

  5. Peaceful says:

    LaLa thinks she’s gangster

  6. Honest B says:

    JLaw should have known better but this woman, who ever the hell she is, is one vulgar loser.

  7. Natalie S says:

    Did JLaw’s personality become more abrasive after the hack? I’m not saying that makes it okay for her to pour drinks on someone’s suitcase etc., and I don’t know why this just occurred to me -Maybe because this Lala is clearly a terrible person and pictures of her makes me uncomfortable because I keep thinking it’s actually a gif of either her nose slowly thinning or the rest of her face expanding. -Anyway, I’m feeling some sympathy for Jennifer. Maybe she needs to figure out some way to take a break.

    • ichsi says:

      I can’t stop staring at that rhinoplasty-gone-wrong-cautionary-tale. Jennifer needs a break and to forget about that silly plastic barbie.

    • Nicole says:

      The hack was in 2014. If she’s still affected by it she needs therapy. It still doesn’t excuse her @$$hole behavior. I don’t let my clients use their diagnoses for excuses either

      • Natalie S says:

        I agree that it isn’t an excuse. I just hope that if it is part of the reason, she’ll find a way to learn better coping techniques. Based on the business she’s in, there are probably daily reminders that she’s a commodity to many rather than a person.

      • Merritt says:

        That is not how getting over being violated works. There is no set timeline.

      • Nicole says:

        Then she needs to quit or see a therapist because she knew that going into the business. Aside from that no one can make you feel a certain way without your consent.
        Fact is I have a hard time feeling sympathy for someone as privileged as her. If she’s having issues (and at this point I think something is going on here) she has more access to help than most people can dream of.

      • Natalie S says:

        “Aside from that no one can make you feel a certain way without your consent.”

        Yeah, they can. Unless you have phenomenal mental strength, absolutely people can harass you into feeling all kinds of ways without your consent. And it would be amazing if privilege prevented any kind of struggle and guaranteed recovery. She was the victim of a crime. People heal on their own timeline. It doesn’t make it okay for her to take it out on others, but I’m not going to judge whatever it is she’s feeling.

      • LizLemonGotMarried (aka The Hufflepuff Liz Lemon) says:

        Even though people may cope, and may have a therapist and a psychiatrist on speed dial, being violated and the after effects don’t have a timeline for healing like a broken bone or a cut. It can take months or years depending on the individual’s healing response. (Please note, this doesn’t excuse this feud. No one looks stellar here.)
        Source-my assault was 10 years ago, I have a therapist and a psychiatrist, and I can still freeze if someone touches me and I’m not expecting it. And the entire world didn’t see my naked body.

      • Nicole says:

        I’m not saying there aren’t after affects. Being an a-hole is not one of them. There’s a difference there. Freezing, anger at the industry, sadness, depression, anxiety yes I get. Being terrible to someone you don’t know is not an aftereffect. Again this is something I discuss in therapy…it is not a pass to be terrible to others.

    • otaku fairy says:

      @Natalie S: She still talks about the hack and how it really had an effect on her, so it probably does still bother her. But it’s possible that the combination of that, the slut-shaming campaign being waged against her, and the stress of other things going on- like all these abuses of women coming out- aren’t having the best impact.
      None of that is an excuse though- there are ways to deal with all of these issues without being an asshole and blurting out whatever. If anything, this should all make someone MORE cautious about how they talk about other women and not punching down.

      • Veronica says:

        JLaw was a bully well before all of the #MeToo revelations came out. She was horrid to some poor foreign reporter trying to ask her in a question in a formal question and answer session.

        I think she is basically a terrible human being. She somehow missed that part of growing up where others have feelings and it isn’t your right to bully them.

    • Veronica says:

      I definitely think it soured her on fan interactions and the media, though it didn’t seem to slow her done career-wise. It’s kind of hard to get over something like that when you know those pictures are permanently out there now.

  8. Shappalled says:

    Lawrence should ignore it. It’ll blow over in a a week. Shit like this always does. Just ask Trump.

  9. Erinn says:

    “My man is in the movie business, it is now said that she is not as valuable and she has to have another actor or actress to like, get the numbers up.”

    Oh wow, you needed your man to tell you that, girl? Couldn’t have googled it? Or made that assumption based on the failures you brought up?

    ““Well, here’s the thing, now anytime you bring her up, like, I’m going to have nothing nice to say about her,” Kent added. “I’m going say that she sucked everyone’s d—ks to get to where she is, I’m going to say that her hair sucks, her face is a little too pudgy, like she needs to stop the drinking, you know? I said it, you don’t have to worry.””

    I just don’t get it. I’m pretty foul mouthed, honestly. I HAVE used the C word, though I’ve never ACTUALLY called someone that seriously. I have said it about characters on a show. I have also thought it to myself about plenty of people. But I don’t go around just calling everyone and everything the c-word. I have joked around with friends and dropped it, but never in a professional setting, never in front of a camera, never in a way that’s going to come back to me. I think it was stupid for JLaw to say it on a freaking TV show. I think ultimately, she doesn’t filter herself nearly enough, and here were are. She’s paying for it. I know it probably makes me kind of a shit feminist to use the word in a lot of ways – but I 90% of the time and using it in the way that people use Bitch – not in a negative way but in a jokey, ‘take it back’ sort of manner. It’s still inappropriate and I get that, but I wouldn’t dare to say it in front of people who would actually be hurt by it – know your audience and all that.

    But I think on top of the tastelessness of that comment by JLaw (which should have blowback) this Lala girl is absolute garbage. I wouldn’t give her shit if she wanted to just take a go at JLaw. If she wanted to throw it back at her like “Funny that she’d be calling ME one” or whatever. But don’t f-cking tie your insults back in to something as horrible as the Harvey Weinstein shit. Don’t attach that behavior to someone. Don’t go around saying women had to f-ck their way to the top. I think that’s absolutely disgusting – and it’s kind of rich for a D-List celebrity on a SPINOFF reality show to say that an Oscar winner clearly had no real talent to get where she is.

    So I don’t know. Jen doesn’t deserve a pass for calling the girl a c-nt but her behavior isn’t doing a whole lot to prove her wrong. Still not appropriate, still not ‘okay’ – but the girl is definitely not doing herself any favors by making jokes and spreading lies about sexual assault. She’s garbage.

    • otaku fairy says:

      Agree with everything in your last two paragraphs.
      As for the C- word- I usually don’t find it much more offensive than ‘bitch’ unless it’s used in certain contexts- usually by men. But I rarely ever use it and am very careful about how I use it out of respect for the fact that a lot of women really are not okay with it at all- it’s one of the words that many may connect with violence against women and other types of harassment and oppression from men. I sometimes make an exception when it’s the women who’ve made it clear that they don’t really give a fuck about things like women’s rights, misogyny, etc., decide to actively be a part of the problem, and dismiss ‘political correctness’ as something that’s beneath them.

      Lala’s original response (before this hot mess) was fine- she stood up for herself and called out the disrespect- which women should be able to do without being dismissed as oversensitive. But this part is just garbage, for the reasons you brought out.

    • Veronica says:

      Honestly, I consider myself a feminist, and I use the C-word a decent amount. Mostly to describe men, but I’ve dropped it once or twice in bawdier conversations. I’ve had the word thrown at me a couple times, and I honestly just laugh it off. Like, really, that’s the best you can do?

      • Lithe says:

        Sometimes I think you need to take a label back in order to take its power to hurt away. But I think we need to be careful of how we use it, including considering the power dynamics of the situation. That JLaw and Lala are definitely not equals in terms of power and prestige makes it all the more deplorable. Because it’s like she deployed the word in the way a man would—to remind a woman of her place. Not cool. Quite frankly, I think it would take a much calmer person than Lala appears to be to not rip the earrings off, take off her shoe and lunge at JLaw. ….not that I’m defending anyone.

      • Veronica says:

        Ehhhhh…Lala isn’t an A-list celebrity, but she’s a wealthy white woman with social connections and a television show. Being called a c*nt is not going to ruin her life, particularly since it was in reference to manipulative behaviors she actually engaged in on a public program. That isn’t quite the same as if JLaw had gone after Molly the housewife in Minnesota, you know? So while I think JLaw would be wiser to watch her mouth in public interviews, I’m not particularly worried about Lala, either.

    • M.A.F. says:

      I like the c-word. I call myself that all the time. But as you stated Erinn, I have never called someone that word out loud. I feel that if more women used it the way people have used the word “bitch” it would loose it’s impact. But that is just me and I don’t expect the change to happen any time soon, if it were to happen at all.

      I was on board with this Lala person (great clap back with the failed movies) until she answered the Harvey question. She lost me at that. It should never have been asked in the first place because it has no context with what originally happened. But Lala could have answered it differently, as others have pointed out.

  10. JoJo says:

    Eh. One drunk trash talker to another. Aside from the fact that one happens to currently be an award-winning actor, their personalities aren’t much different from one another. And I’m going to guess that La La finished high school.

  11. DiligentDiva says:

    I mean if I were called the c word by a woman claiming to be a feminist I would probably say a lot worse. I can’t blame her for being pissed and saying sh!t half of us would do the same.

    • sus says:

      You would say someone sucked everyone’s dicks and fucked HW to get to the top? Okay.

      • DiligentDiva says:

        If it was Jennifer Lawrence yeah probably, she’s sensitive to that. After someone calls you the c word you tend to go for what will hurt them the most.
        It’s what most people in a Hollywood say behind her back and she’s probably very aware of that.

      • sus says:

        @DiligentDiva At least you own being misogynistic, I guess.

      • otaku fairy says:

        I wouldn’t. Being called the c-word by a woman wouldn’t make me even feel comfortable saying a woman owed her career to performing sex acts for a serial rapist. It would just feel too disgusting.

    • WMGDtoo says:

      agreed. Lala explained her point very clearly. She said it hurt her. That someone like Lawrence doing that bother her. If it was done by another Reality Star it probably wouldn’t have gotten any play. But Jennifer should know that what she says will be picked up and spread. Millions of people will read that. I wonder how others would feel if they were in that position. I think Jennifer got her comeuppance. (LESSON LEARNED)

      • noway says:

        Yes this was the part where I was rolling on the floor laughing. “It hurt her.” Okay she is a reality star who plays a part. This isn’t her real life, and if you think it is I have a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you. Jennifer is for some reason a wacko fan of reality shows, and this A-list stars say a vulgar comment about one of the stars of a reality show. In turn all sorts of publicity and drama. Whose kidding who they both probably loved this. No lesson learned here, unless some on here start to realize how big of an act reality shows are. No you don’t really know how Kim, Kylie and the Bachelor are. This is probably why we have President Trump now. Too many thought it was real. Hope we all survive that lesson.

    • Snowflake says:

      Yeah, I mean, Jlaw deserves it. She started it.

      • Steph says:

        I get that she started it. I really do. But being called a c*** wouldn’t be that hard for someone who’s secure and stable let roll off their back. I would probably get pissed and annoyed but then let it go because who the f*** cares about what someone you never met your life thinks about you?

        That being said I actually gasped about the Harvey Weinstein thing. Like holy crap, I can’t believe she said that!

    • magnoliarose says:

      I think Lala said the thing that would hurt JLaw the most and the reason it is such a stunning insult is that it is exactly what many people think. It is what people say behind her back, and she is experiencing side eyes in the industry more now than before. I have heard it from a long time ago but like I said before I don’t care one way or the other. I just don’t judge that sort of thing because I have seen it at play so much it is not even newsworthy and there are a million different dynamics and situations that I don’t bother to pay attention unless the person is a victim, underage or the person is a total hypocrite.
      I wanted JLaw to stop talking about HW because I knew it just made her situation worse. I literally wanted to find her and put my hand over her mouth. She will never be able to convince everyone, but she can move on and let it fade.

      However, we have got to do better than this whole mess. The normalizing of crude behavior and the acceptance of just say whatever and who the hell cares results in these kinds of garbage public exchanges. JLaw punched down to someone with absolutely nothing to lose. Lala is an attention seeker above all else. This was never going to end without a headline like this.

      • littlemissnaughty says:

        Word. Absolutely. I don’t think this Lala woman (whatever happened to “Sarah” or “Christina”?) actually thinks all those things. She just went for the jugular. That doesn’t make it better. It might actually be worse. And I can’t condone any of it because we should be better.

        However. I can’t pretend like I wouldn’t be tempted if someone talked about me like that. And I think a lot of people (here as well) would be less classy they they’d like to think.

      • magnoliarose says:

        I will admit in a verbal confrontation I can get bare knuckle street fighter and go for the throat, but I try not to. I am not sure how I would have reacted if someone said that about me publicly and it was a global headline.
        I learned from my mother to knock them the eff out and from my father to wait, plot and retaliate in a way that keeps my fingers clean. Above all never in public.
        Lala is all about the public, so she loves the notoriety.

      • Ally says:

        No pretending here – I would go for it, anything and everything would be fair game. I never start anything with anyone, but if someone wants to start with me, the gloves come off.

      • Ada says:

        Yeah, J-Law must be feeling the pressure. It can’t be easy to be Hollwyood’s Last Movie Star, the career to launch a thousand think pieces. Especially as the HW story seems to have had the perverse effect of emboldening many to criticize women for ‘sleeping their way to the top.’ Even people who claim to be feminists make these comments ‘out of concern for actual victims.’ It’s gross.

        I hate confrontation and thus take some hypocritical but cathartic pleasure in Lala’s comments, even though they are terrible. But J-Law should not have said that obvs.

  12. Nancy says:

    lalalalala……classy chick. Aside from her she started it defense, and not even mentioning the sexual allegations she threw out, LaLa (can’t get past the name) should take a look in the mirror before she attacks another women’s looks, whoah. What did Rodney King say “can’t we all get along?” Never. Hope Jennifer lets it slide or does what she needs to do out of the public eye. Reality shows and Andy Cohen in particular need to go.

  13. WMGDtoo says:

    JLaw was trying to be funny at the expense of someone lower on the food chain than she is. Would she have said that about another Alist celebrity. No she wouldn’t have. She picked on a woman that she thought she could get away with it. She used her power to make another woman less than she is. It was wrong. And this woman didn’t take it sitting down. Did she go too far.. perhaps. But Jennifer is the one that drew the line. So yes the person you called a “C” has the right to cross it and show you how the game is played. I’m sure Jennifer reached out to her for damage control. But has she come out publicly and apologized. I hope so. And yes don’t mess with reality stars. Or don’t mess with people that will Clap back at you and take it up several notches.

    • Fhmom says:

      I think JLaw was trying to be funny, but instead of being nice funny like with the Kardashians, she went the opposite way. She may have even been joking, but LaLa didn’t take it that way. JLaw needs to understand that not everyone finds her charming. (Ex., when she sang on the airplane after the SuperBowl) Considering Lala is a publicity seeking Z lister who was just given attention by an A lister, this isn’t surprising.

    • noway says:

      Nope I think J-Law was trying to be part of the reality show life even though she can’t really be on one. Still she is a crazy fan of them, and this is how it’s played. It reminded me a bit of James Franco’s stint on General Hospital because he was such a fan. It was odd at the time, but he loved it. J-Law is just helping them out, bet some watch the show now to see what she is talking about.

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    • Veronica says:

      JLaw often punches down – she is a bully. And I despise bullies. I think she is a mess, and is probably a pretty terrible person in most ways. I don’t see many redeeming qualities – at all.

  14. LittleWing says:

    That first paragraph! Lol.

  15. Nicole says:

    I agree with one sentence she said here: you can’t call yourself a feminist and want to be there for women but then go on and call another woman a vulgar word on tv.
    She really needs a vacation, meditation or something because she’s downright unlikable at this point.

  16. kNY says:

    I have no idea who Lala Kent is, but if JLaw called me a c**t on television, you best bet I would come after her hard. And LOUD. She called someone she didn’t know a c**t and yet praised Harvey Weinstein. Jennifer Lawrence is that Kristen Johnson character on SATC who fell out the window. Just give it a few years.

  17. Mar says:

    This girl looks like a cobra. She shouldn’t be making fun of anyone’s looks.
    I don’t watch reality television. I have never given it a chance. Maybe she’s a great girl

    • psl says:

      Reality TV is responsible for the downfall of manners and our society. These disgusting people get rich for horrible/obnoxious behavior. I highly doubt this person is a “great girl”.

  18. JustJen says:

    I’ve never heard of this woman, at first I thought it was Gigi Hadid just going off the picture. But- I absolutely hate it when women say “my man”. It just sounds so trashy. Just say my boyfriend, fiance, husband, whatever. But maybe it’s just me.

  19. Chef Grace says:

    These two and their petty drama pretty much defines this country as it is now.
    Name calling and bullying are the norm.
    Twitter wars and blog slogs.
    Maybe a reality show .
    Let’s Get Ready To Twitter and hit her with your best caps lock.

    • magnoliarose says:

      Yes it is. The acceptance of trash talking and the celebrity of vulgarity is all the rage.

  20. Alexis says:

    The world is turning into one big High School. *rolls eyes*

  21. MellyMel says:

    All I see is trashboxes looking for attention. Also this thread is beyond gross.

  22. Celebitchy says:

    A commenter using multiple nicks to try to overrun this thread with their opinion has been deleted and banned.

  23. TheOriginalMia says:

    I have no problem with this chick giving JLaw a dose of her own medicine. Don’t want none. Don’t start none. As she said, she’s never met or laid eyes on JLaw, who felt she could call this woman a CUNextTuesday. If this was in the street, JLaw would be picking up her teeth and extensions. My advice to JLaw: turn the damn TV off and educate yourself.

  24. Geele says:

    Don’t forget that time that Amber Rose effortlessly slapped kayne down on twitter that it even cause Kim to run to her to make amends for damage control. Kanye was bullying the much young Wiz then had the nerve to say “wiz got a stripper” pregnant, referring to Amber. Well kanye you are pretty much married to a stripper yourself. You ever bother to check out you wife’s instagram page? Clearly not.

    You mentioned all these celebrity women having beefs with reality stars failed to mention kanye and amber rose. Amber is also a reality star.

    • JennyJazzhands says:

      Amber has never been on a reality show. She’s tried many but they’ve never made it to television.

      • psl says:

        Dancing With The Stars, and I am sure she made appearances when BC had a show.

        She counts as a reality star. She certainly isn’t a legitimate one.

  25. Tan says:

    If you bully someone going below belt, specially someone with lesser power and clout that you, You open yourself to the possibility of relatilation.

    At this point, all are garbage

  26. JennyJazzhands says:

    Honestly, no one’s a winner in this situation. I’m sure Jennifer is over the moon that she’s in a beef with a reality star. She likes this kind of thing quite a bit. She’s probably peeing her pants right now in excitement.
    The only thing I’m sure she doesn’t like is the Harvey comment. That was messed up. But, I’m also not sure what else you expect out of someone you called the c word. That word and the f word that people use toward gay people are the worst words you could possibly call someone in my little opinion.

  27. holly hobby says:

    And this person is? And we should listen to her because? Sorry “reality star” is not really a celebrity.

  28. Mira says:

    That escalated quickly, huh? This woman just did NOT know when to stop. Yikes.

  29. Mee says:

    Hey Jennifer, since you have soooo much free time, how about getting your GED???

  30. Jordan says:

    Thus thread makes my morning coffee ten times better.

  31. Naddie says:

    Why do people who has asshole/jerk expression are usually really jerks? What a loser.

  32. perplexed says:

    I’m fascinated by this feud, mainly for the reasons cited by the reality star — J-Law is A-list with an Oscar, and the other one whose name I can’t even remember is lower than D-list.

    This is an incredibly strange feud, which I can’t picture even J-LO, at the height of her fame during the Puff Daddy nightclub shooting, getting entangled with.

  33. Ashby says:

    What is happening in the US society?

    Jennifer Lawrence seems to be often behaving very trashy and cheap, she lacks class.
    She should drop the remote and put down the bottle of wine and pick up a book.
    With all the resources available to her, why doesn’t she take some classes, travel to different places, visit museums, attend cultural events, go to college, spend time with a life coach and a therapist.
    Money is really wasted on the rich.
    I can’t watch her movies, because her larger than life persona is taking over.
    I think, she has talent, presence and charisma, but is too over the top in real life,
    it’s just all too much.
    Please go away for a couple of years and grow up.
    Same applies to Lala, please grow up.

    • psl says:

      As I said above, I blame Reality TV. Years of people being rewarded for horrendous behavior. The world has gone down the toilet in the past decade.

  34. Mina says:

    I’m sure Jennifer Lawrence can’t stop crying on her pillow over this person’s opinions…

  35. Lilith says:

    I’m so glad everyone involved has decided to be mature about this…

  36. Bella says:

    Jen would probably be more likable as a reality star…seems perfect for it, considering her crass personality and lack of respect. Her and Lala deserve each other…though Lala kind of proves Jen’s initial point, she’s a reality TV a person, I don’t expect any less or more.

  37. courtney says:

    they are both trash. difference is JLAW thinks she’s above it. she’s not. time and again she proves herself to be an obnoxious, not so bright hollywood mouthpiece.

  38. TJ says:

    I don’t blame Lala!!! Although I think she went a little overboard, but Celebitchy makes a good point not to start fights with reality stars. BUT, on the other hand, sometimes when you’re at the top, you need a wake up call. This whole thing to me, a complete nobody, is hilarious.

  39. Darla says:

    All I can to all of the people who give this woman right because Jlaw “started it” is one, give me a break, how old are you?

    And most importantly, take a page out of Angelina’s book.

    Angelina doesn’t even notice when someone bad mouths her. She would never DEIGN to notice. I love that about her.

    • Jordan says:

      So it’s disgusting when a women stands up for herself against another woman. but saying you’d mow someone down in your car based on their political views (from an older thread) isn’t, Darla? Hm.

    • efffefff says:

      It’s not just that J-Law started it, its the incredible imbalance of power in J-Law’s favor to begin with. She was punching way down at a woman who has much less fame, money, opportunity, good will in the industry, etc. And she did it on a national platform. J-Law was being a bully, and I’m glad that it’s coming back to bite her.

  40. elle says:

    Lord, this sentence:

    It was kind of like, ‘That kind of hurt my feelings a little bit.’

    So it somewhat slightly hurt her feelings a little bit? That must be why she came out with guns blazing.

  41. Tara Beth says:

    Just say, “I don’t care what she thinks about me, I don’t think about her at all,” and leave it at that.

  42. stinky says:

    whoever this trick is, she looks like a walking plastic surgery brochure!

  43. cake says:

    Lawrence said this on national television?? dumb, just dumb…

  44. Bailie says:

    Trashy people = trashy behavior.
    Class is nowhere to be fond between these two people.

  45. ORIGINAL T.C. says:

    Well there you go. If you ever wondered what will happen to the Me Too moment. We are back to saying women slept their way to the top with rapists. Monique started saying this too on the View when Netflix wouldn’t pay her more than others. Something about ‘That’s why girls choose to go up to those hotel rooms’. Give it another year and it will be as though Me too and Time’s up never happened.

  46. Rux says:

    So whaaaaat. I was called cunexttuesday many times. Especially as a bartender and you cut inebriated customers off….I digress; I loved Passengers and thought it was well balanced and visually stunning, depressing, darkly comedic and very Romeo & Julietesque….but with a happy ending.

  47. raincoaster says:

    That is one uppity waitress.

  48. Nibbi says:

    k i co-sign everything that kaiser has written here except for the “lala is wrong to say this too” bit… i don t really know or care who this chick is, but it must be said that she’s self-aware saying, like, wow, you’re an A-list star gratuitously trashing me, a reality star, in this trashy way? you trying to take my job?” – i liked that. she owns her shtick, and admits to hurt feelings, and then goes on the warpath w the mean words as, we all agree, as a reality star she is totally expected to. plus, i dunno, maybe some of the mean words have a kernel of truth? … JLaw’s been playing up her “i drink a lot” thing, all that…
    Team Lala, I guess ;) – and JLaw truly is more and more obnoxious.

  49. EMau says:

    Jennifer Lawrence is as thick as two planks. A terrible personality to have on television talking in interviews.

  50. Beer&Crumpets says:

    I think it’s pretty damn funny that this bullshitty, throw-away, nothing story has hot so many people ALL in their feels.

    How about this? On a Very Special Vanderpump Rules episode, Mystique (the one that’s not Rebecca Romijn) and That Other Girl fight, and then everyone learns that Violence And Name-Calling Isn’t The Answer, and then Mystique and The Other One make out for 2 minutes and trade shoes in a gesture that is both literal and symbolic.

    Get a grip, y’all. Being called a C U Next Tuesday by a legit famous movie person is probably one of the Top 5 Things That Have Ever Happened to that reality show kid. She will probably write a book about it. (It should be called something like Mystique Called Me The C Word And All I Got Was This Book Deal, volume I. )

  51. serena says:

    J-Law had this coming to her.. Think before speaking, girl.
    Among all the offensive stuff Lala hit her back with, it’s true that you don’t expect an A-list, Oscar winner, celebrity to insult someone with the c-word on national television. It’s shameful and wrong.
    Maybe she’ll learn to be respectful of people, regardless of what they do/who they are.

  52. bikki says:

    haha good for you Lala.
    Jennifer is incredibly overrated. Though harsh, I’m glad she’s getting this so she can dial down her self-entitled attitude.
    You don’t call people c***ts and walk away unscathed.

  53. WMGDtoo says:

    Same could be said of what Jennifer Lawrence said.

  54. WMGDtoo says:

    No we can’t… but her words right or wrong were said from a place of hurt. Jennifer was using someone else as her punch line.

  55. Lithe says:

    You are calling someone out for “call[ing] out another person based on their physical appearance” by calling them out on their own physical appearance? What I’m getting is the image of someone smacking their kid while pointing out to him that he shouldn’t complain about his brother smacking him in response to being smacked.