After the Oscars, the world fell in love with Jennifer Lawrence

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It’s the day after the Oscars and everyone online is expressing their love for Best Actress winner, Jennifer Lawrence.

The actress, who won for her role in ‘Silver Linings Playbook,’ showed off her charisma throughout the show. From the red carpet event where she admitted she was already starving and obsessed with the food, the her fall walking up the steps to receive her golden statue and her post-win interview Lawrence charmed the world with her relaxed attitude and humor. Let’s not forget Lawrence is still 22 years old.

Here are a few of the moments where the world fell in love with JLaw.

1. Red carpet

It’s no surprise Lawrence looked great at the Oscars. She’s beautiful so whatever she decided to wear would look great on her. It was obvious Lawrence wasn’t there for the fashion show. When asked about her outfit, Lawrence casually said she didn’t know much about it, but that it had a top, a bottom and that it fit well. Lawrence’s response didn’t resemble Kristen Stewart’s “I’m above this” manner but rather that of a young lady still learning to juggle all the attention she is receiving.

From the beginning, she was looking for the food. She admitted to Ryan Seacrest that she was starving and is obsessed with food.

2. She fell and was still graceful about it

In what is probably every actor’s nightmare, Lawrence fell walking up the steps to receive her award. It wasn’t a fumble or a misstep, she literally fell to her hands and knees on the way up. Instead of rushing through her acceptance speech and running backstage to cry her eyes out – which is what we would probably do – Lawrence carried on and even cracked a joke about her tumble.

As the audience gave her a standing ovation, Lawrence joked that the only reason they are standing is because they feel bad for her falling.

It wouldn’t be an awards show without a dose of Lawrence’s self-deprecating humor.

3. She took a shot

Just like any 22-year-old would do in a stressful situation, Lawrence took a shot. The only difference is most other people her age do it before a job interview or a first date. For Lawrence, the need for some booze came before her press interview following her win.

Watch her full backstage interview below and start daydreaming about being JLaw’s new best friend.

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