Jennifer Lawrence is one of those celebrities that we all want to be friends with (and some even more). She’s down-to-earth, witty and super fun. But beware! If you try to take a selfie with her, you might get to know her “not so kind “side.
In an interview with fellow actor Adam Sandler for Variety, the Oscar winner admitted to being unfriendly when she meets her fans in real life.
“Once I enter a public place I become incredibly rude,” Lawrence said. “That’s kind of, like, my only way of defending myself.”
The actress then went on to give a few examples of this behavior.
“Like, see somebody walking towards my table, just go [no]. Or, like, ‘Can I have a selfie?’ and I’m like, ‘No.’” She added, “You know what sometimes I do? I go, ‘It’s my day off.’ Like, if it’s Sunday, I’m like, ‘It’s Sunday, I’m not working today.’”
Unlike Jennifer Lawrence0s rudey-McRudeness, Adam Sandler said he is more accommodating to fans, letting them pull up chairs to his table. “I sit them down, I feed them. I let them hang out with my kids,” he joked.
“The Meyerowitz Stories” star also explainer his strategy to dissuade fans from taking a picture with him, which, according to Sandler, works quite well.
“When it’s an older guy, a guy my age, wanting to take a picture with me…They go, ‘Hey Adam, can I get a picture?’ I say, ‘You don’t want that, man.’ And the guy goes, ‘What?’ and I go, ‘You don’t want that.’ And he’s like, ‘Yeah, yeah, I don’t.’”
Despite her aversion to meeting fans, Lawrence admitted that the experience is worse for comedians, because people “just assume they’re your best friends.”
However, Sandler, a comedy veteran, doesn’t seem to be bother so much by the attention from fans.
“My life’s nearing the end,” he joked. “I want to meet as many people as I can.”