Jennifer Lawrence Got Caught Climbing Over Seats At The Oscars With Wine In Her Hand

The 90th Annual Academy Awards was apparently a wild night for Jennifer Lawrence.

The actress was seen in not-so-rare form posing on the red carpet, laughing it up with Emma Stone, and hilariously climbing over chairs with a glass of wine in her hand.

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The 27-year-old actress was the life of the party, from the red carpet arrivals to the very last minute of the show. Although Lawrence wasn't nominated for any awards this year, the actress was still the talk of the night.

The Red Sparrow actress wore a metallic Dior gown, which she showed off on the red carpet. During commercial breaks, the actress was captured climbing over multiple seats to get to back to her own with a glass of white wine in her hands.


Lawrence was also seen poking fun at her friend Emma Stone after Jimmy Kimmel jokingly referenced the Oscars "envelope gate" controversy that went down last year. The film LaLa Land mistakenly won Best Picture in 2017 but it was revealed a bit later that Moonlight was the real winner. Stone starred in Lala Land opposite Ryan Gosling.

Lastly, Lawrence was joined by veteran actress Jodie Foster on stage to present the award for Best Actress in a leading role. Foster used the opportunity to take a jab at Meryl Streep. The Silence of the Lambs actress came onstage using a pair of crutches, which led Lawrence to ask what happened to her. Foster the replied she was "I,Tonya'd" by Streep.

Originally, actor Casy Affleck was scheduled to present the prestigious honor but he backed out due to sexual assault allegations.

Lawrence is scheduled to reprise her role as Mystique in the upcoming X-Men film The Dark Phoenix. Her latest film Red Sparrow, which premiered on Mar. 2, tell the story of a Russian spy who fell in love with a CIA agent (Joel Edgerton). The film also stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Charlotte Rampling, Mary-Louise Parker, and Jeremy Irons.

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