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Jennifer Lawrence Faces Negative Backlash Over Scolding A Reporter At The Golden Globes

Rain Varela | PopWrapped Author

Rain Varela

Staff Writer
01/18/2016 7:09 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Jennifer Lawrence Faces Negative Backlash Over Scolding A Reporter At The Golden Globes | Jennifer Lawrence
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Jennifer Lawrence for the longest time has been known for her quirky sense of humor and speaking her mind. But at the recently concluded 73rd Golden Globes held last January 10, 2016, a lot of people were not impressed. The outspoken actress scolded, Juan Pablo Fernández-Feo for using his phone when he was asking her questions during the press briefing held after Lawrence's win for Best Actress in A Motion Picture.

"You can't live your whole life behind your phone bro." Jennifer told the reporter "You're just not gonna... You can't do that. You gotta live in the now," she added while rolling her eyes then wagging her finger at him.

The reporter then chose to continue with a line of questioning pertaining to the Oscars, but Lawrence also shot him down for this. "We are at the Golden Globes, if you put your phone down, you'd know that" she said.

The incident caused many people to react negatively towards the actress , and many even labeled her as rude.

However, Chris Trondsen, host of Pacific Rim Videos who was present during the press briefing has come out to defend Lawrence and stated that the "attacks" are unfair.

"I was in the press room w/ Jennifer Lawrence. She did NOT bully that reporter. He was not reading questions off of his phone," he tweeted out, then went on to add "the reporter was asking a question but either filming or taking pictures off of his phone while talking to Jennifer Lawrence. Then he asked about the Oscars when we were at the Golden Globes. Jennifer Lawrence wasn't rude at all. She just wanted him to be present." Trondsen explained.

He also wrote a statement on his Instagram page.

Rude or not, this incident does bear a reminder to another one involving one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood, who was well known for her 

acerbic wit towards journalists. Four time Academy Award winner Katharine Hepburn in fact was celebrated for her humorous approach. Barbara Walters  once asked her if she owned a skirt,  and the cinema icon (who always wore pants) responded with, "I have one, Ms. Walters. I'll wear it to your funeral." Makes you wonder how Twitter would have responded to that.


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