It's no secret that Jennifer Lawrence is the big fan of reality, so it should not be surprising that her dream dinner includes stars of reality.
The Oscar-winning actress recently sat with Oprah Winfrey for her Hollywood Reporter cover interview, in which the duo talked about issues like Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, his photo hack and the three people who would like to eat, all of whom star in reality. sample.
"Three people who would like to have dinner, alive or dead?" Winfrey, 63, asked Lawrence during the interview THR
"Scott Disick [from Keeping up with the Kardashians ] Luann [de Lesseps] from Royal Housewives of New York Bethenny Frankel, "Lawrence, 27, admitted.
"And I'm not proud of that, but that's what comes from my heart," he added.
In October, guest of Lawrence Hilton Jimmy Kimmel Live when he interviewed KUWTK star Kim Kardashian West with all the questions he had always wanted to ask.
His sitting was full of revelations, and none more fun or more embarrassing than the time when Lawrence dined drunk with the family of 37 years in the home of his mother Kris Jenner.
"I drank five martinis and ended up naked in his closet, I mean it," Lawrence said during his opening monologue, and then added that the night "was all there was to it"
This summer, Lawrence revealed to Vogue that the crew of his movie mother! had turned it into a "Kardashian tent" where it could decompress between scenes.
"I had to go to a place darker than ever in my life, I did not know if it could go well," he said of the film, directed by his then boyfriend Darren Aronofsky. "It was a tent that had pictures of the Kardashians and Keeping up with the Kardashians by playing in a loop – and chewing gum."
And speaking previously with Vanity Fair Lawrence gushed about his love for the franchise Real Housewives .
"I love Real Housewives … New York housewives, and Beverly Hills, New Jersey and Atlanta Housewives," said Vanity Fair . "I mean, I love you all, but Miami – oh, my God! Miami is really special." He added: "Basically, what I'm saying is that all I need in a relationship is for someone to watch TV with me."