How much is Jennifer Lawrence getting paid for her Amazon wedding registry?

Jennifer Lawrence attends the Christian Dior Womenswear Spring/Summer 2020 show

Here are some photos of Jennifer Lawrence at the Dior show in Paris yesterday, during Paris Fashion Week. J-Law has been with Dior so long now, and I still don’t really know how I feel about the collaboration of fashion house and celebrity. Sometimes a combination just makes sense, and sometimes it’s Kristen Stewart and Chanel. To me, J-Law and Dior is like that – it’s not that combination is flat-out awful, it’s just that I wish J-Law had other options. Like, I don’t hate her goth-biker look here, but… imagine if she got to wear other sh-t?

Anyway, I’ll say something nice: Jennifer’s face looks back to normal? Back in June, Jennifer looked different. Like she had some subtle cosmetic work, perhaps some bridal Botox or something like that. It was strange but now it seems to be over? She looks like she’s back to her old self.

Meanwhile, did you guys see this? Jennifer put her wedding registry on Amazon. You can see it here. She registered for totally normal stuff, like a cutting board, an adapter, wine glasses, champagne glasses and more. She even did a press release about her wedding registry:

Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney are doing a little Amazon shopping ahead of their upcoming wedding, and sharing their favorite finds. The actress recently revealed everything on her Amazon wedding registry including the home, kitchen, and tech gifts she’s currently coveting. With gifts starting at just $16, her wish list is the perfect place to get a little inspiration for your own wedding gifting or registry creation. With her busy schedule, Jennifer is using Amazon’s wedding registry, which is the largest in the world (and the only registry where you can gift a Prime membership), to compile everything in one place.

“Planning a wedding is so exciting, but it can be overwhelming,” Jennifer said in a press release. “For anyone else needing a little inspiration, I thought it would be fun to collaborate with Amazon to share a few of my favorite registry wish-list items. It’s so easy, and you can find everything you need all in one place.”

[From People]

Yeah. Some people are obviously like “bitch, are you poor?” Jennifer is not poor. But she IS getting paid for this, clearly, which begs the question: why and how much? Why take a fat check to shill for Amazon Wedding Registry? And how much did they pay her? I feel the same way about this that I felt about Serena Williams shilling for booking.com ON HER HONEYMOON. On one side, get the money. On the other side, own the fact that this sh-t is tacky as hell.

Jennifer Lawrence attends the Christian Dior Womenswear Spring/Summer 2020 show

Jennifer Lawrence attends the Christian Dior Womenswear Spring/Summer 2020 show

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. CROWHOOD says:

    I am OBSESSED with this outfit. Love it, want it, would wear it. To be fair, my main color wheel is grayscale.

  2. Lucy2 says:

    That does not seem like something an amA list, highly paid actress should do. I like Jennifer, but this is kind of a tacky move.
    If I were that wealthy, I would never ask anyone for gifts for any occasion, I would ask they make donations to some of my favorite charities instead.

  3. Michael says:

    Who is supposed to be buying this stuff for her? Why does she not already have a cutting board and wine glasses?

    • Eliza says:

      It’s not a real registry, just a paid partnership of things she thinks us peasants would register for.

      I’m snarky, but I’d laugh out loud if I ever saw a yoga mat on a wedding registry. Then again she’s suggesting Kindles and Cameras so maybe she has no idea what’s a normal registry because her assistant buys everything?

  4. Michael says:

    Who is supposed to be buying this stuff for her? Why does she not already have a cutting board and wine glasses? How about we buy her 200 toasters?

  5. Becks1 says:

    I like this particular outfit, but I agree that sometimes the Dior collaboration does not see to work for her, but I guess she’s happy with it.

    The amazon registry is TACKY. Having a registry? Fine, obviously – most of us do it – except that I am surprised she needs cutting boards or whatever – but advertising it in such a way? Come on Jen. You can do better than that.

  6. Zapp Brannigan says:

    This is the kind of stuff that you would expect from a Jessica Alba level actress (no disrespect to Alba, get that money) not Oscar level types. What next a Nicole Kidman “curated” dill pickle collection?

    • 1979 says:

      To be honest, I would buy those dill pickles.

    • olive says:

      exactly, i thought jennifer had loftier aspirations than a partnership with amazon. this is tacky. what next, she’ll partner with postmates and let them share what she’s ordered?

  7. Becks1 says:

    oh wait, never mind. I went and looked at the registry. It doesn’t seem like its a registry for her, its just her “essentials” much like Oprah does her favorite things every year on Amazon. That’s different IMO.

  8. janey says:

    more of a wish list of things we plebs should want because clearly we can’t pick this stuff out owing to our own crappy taste.

  9. Aa says:

    I remember Priyanka Chopra did this exact wedding registry thing with Amazon first and everyone freaked that real stars like Jennifer Lawrence wouldn’t do something like that. Funny how things play out over time. What they both got out of it was a sizable donation to their charity of choice for making a joke registry, while maintaining a relationship with a giant company that will also potentially be the home for future movie and TV projects.

    • Eliza says:

      @AA you’re kinder than I am. I believe both pocketed that Amazon money and nothing went to charity.

      Amazon’s registries have been around for a while but not the easiest to find people, or shop. Plus most old school registry shoppers like to buy in stores. So they’re trying to bring glamour to it. If Jeremy Renner can have a sponsor wishlist so can Priyanka and Jennifer.

      • Eliza says:

        @AA thank you for the fine print. But I bet both got more than that in personal checks. $100k for Jennifer isn’t much. She’s getting 8 figures just for her Dior contract.

    • Tourmaline says:

      How do we know they each got a sizable donation to charity? Genuinely curious.

      • Aa says:

        It’s in the fine print. Amazon made a $100K donation to Unicef in Priyanka’s name and the donation for Jennifer went to a charity for the Amazon.

      • Karine says:

        Yeah, it says at the bottom that she partnered up with Amazon Conservation. I’m hoping that means whatever money Amazon would have given her for the publicity is going to that charity.

      • lucy2 says:

        Hmm, well the charity donations make me think it’s a little less tacky. But still…

  10. Beech says:

    She has a contract with Dior, she’s lent clothing and I assume flown to Paris and housed on their dime, yes? Dior teams do her hair and makeup for print ads and fashion appearances at runway shows. And now shilling for Amazon and she needs a cutting board?! How many swag bags has she received in the years since Winter’s Bone? Poor thing, will no one gift her a cutting board? Don’t forget the adapter!

  11. Charfromdarock says:

    I love that outfit. I would actually wear that outfit if it wasn’t a crop top.

    90% of my closet is black. I try other colours but black always looks so much better to me.

  12. Busyann says:

    I don’t know why, but J Law has been creeping me out for the better part of 1.5 years now. Something has shifted in her that I can’t quite articulate.

  13. Lara says:

    Can anything be worse that the Orange is the New Black actress shilling for pregnancy tests whilst announcing she was pregnant??? Danielle Brooks I think.

  14. MellyMel says:

    Okay I love this outfit and would wear it 100%! The majority of my closet is black and fall is my favorite fashion season so I’m all about this! Also her face…still doesn’t look right. It’s the mouth area I think. The registry doesn’t seem to be her’s per say. Seems more like a list of her favorite things on Amazon. I wouldn’t call it tacky, but weird since she’s so A-list.

  15. Valiantly Varnished says:

    This outfit is 🔥 and I need it in my closet right now. As for the registry…shrug. I don’t really care.

  16. shells_bells says:

    I’m not big into wedding registries to begin with (I won’t be doing one) so this all seems really unnecessary. But I LOVE this outfit!!

  17. Eh, it’s an endorsement deal just like any other , we don’t think it’s tacky when Michael Jordan does it. I get the argument it’s monetizing the wedding or honeymoon but weight loss and underwear are pretty intimate and we don’t mind.
    Get that money ladies.

    ETA I just saw the charity donation aspect, makes me even more OK with it.

  18. Potato says:

    The outfit looks kind of.. dated on her? I think she wants to be a fashion girl but most of her outfits are meh. Idk

  19. Algernon says:

    It’s not her registry, it’s a celebrity store like the Jeremy Renner thing. I was ordering a beauty product I get off Amazon the other night and noticed it is now under Jessica Alba’s celebrity store. This is obviously some kind of new branding partnership Amazon is doing, once I looked I realized there are a *lot* of celebrity stores all of a sudden. I think it’s nice she earmarked some money for a charitable cause, but there is no way celebs are doing this without getting paid, too. There would literally be nothing in it for JLaw if she wasn’t getting paid.

  20. Suz says:

    I mean if she’s partnering with Amazon as a charity project for the Amazon rainforest, that’s awesome. The issue is the way this was presented. It’s wayyyyy down there in the fine print that this is a philanthropic effort. I would have loved to see this start out with “Hey, everyone, I’m partnering with Amazon for charity! This amount of proceeds is going to go to the rainforest.” That’s lovely and good of her. But it one hundo percent comes off as tacky right off the bat. Hey, celebrity endorsements are nothing new. But it looks like she’s exploiting her marriage for a fat paycheck from Bezos.

    Also, I too am glad to see her face seems to have gone back to natural looking. She was looking very RHONYC in the paps from a couple months ago. Jennifer, you are stunning. You are still in your 20s. No need to alter your face.

  21. Originaltessa says:

    I feel like she was born to wear Calvin Klein and she’s been in Dior for like ten years… Waste.

  22. Jb says:

    Can’t wait for the future RESPECT OUR PRIVACY PLEASE statement!!! Why even partner with them and allude to the fact it’s your wedding registry (I know it’s not but people immediately will think that)? She’s probably selling the pics of her wedding to vogue too and Instagram and whatever partnership she could do. Chica just sold her soul for amazon so hopefully it was worth it. Tacky AF.

  23. L4frimaire says:

    Her star isn’t shining as bright as it once did. What is she up to lately? Can’t remember her last film.