The Silver Linings Playbook star Jennifer Lawrence has changed her hair colour following her win at the 2013 Academy Awards on Monday afternoon (February 25) in Beverly Hills, California.
The 22-year-old actress went from her natural blonde hair to brunette to continue shooting scenes for her film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, reports Just Jared.Incidentally, Jennifer‘s co-star Josh Hutcherson changed his hair color from brunette to blonde just the other day, reads the report.
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The Best Actress tumbled down, the Best Actor got thrice lucky and a first-time host won the crowds with his jokes at the Oscars. Thundering applause and deafening cheers from fans echoed here as celebrity traffic jammed the red carpet of the movie industry’s highest honours.
Thundering applause and deafening cheers from fans echoed here as celebrity traffic jammed the red carpet of the movie industry’s highest honours, the 85th annual Oscar award ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday evening. While what mostly looked like the perfect date-night with couples walking arm-in-arm, the first question volleyed at female actors was, “Who’re you wearing?” and the men passed in tuxedos, and talked about the craft rather than the clothes.
Held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood & Highland Center, the ceremony was hosted by first-timer Seth MacFarlane, who stole the show with his in-the-face digs at almost everybody in Hollywood (not sparing even the Academy).
Jack Nicholson flirts with Jennifer Lawrence at the Oscars
Jack Nicholson didn't let a half-century of age difference stop him from hitting on Jennifer Lawrence backstage at the Oscars.
The 22-year-old was discussing her Best Actress win with ABC's George Stephanopoulos Sunday night when the As Good as It Gets actor lunged into the TV interview to make a move.
You've got a fan here, the Good Morning America host told Lawrence, as the shocked actress gasped and covered her mouth.
"You did such a beautiful job. I don?t mean to crash your interview, but I wanted to congratulate you," Nicholson said.