Jennifer Lawrence Is All-American On The Cover Of 'Rolling Stone'


Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of "Rolling Stone."
Photo: Theo Wenner/"Rolling Stone"

Jennifer Lawrence is all over the place, which is (wonderfully) unsurprising. If you don't know by now, she's the star of the mega-juggernaut book-to-film franchise, The Hunger Games, which has pretty much dominated popular culture for the last week (and a year before that if you count the fanaticism surrounding the awesome book series). The gal's working overtime in the publicity department, too, as she's appeared on ohhhhh, EVERY talk show on the planet, not to mention on various international mag covers (hi, Interview Germany). Her latest cover for the April issue of Rolling Stone is all-American, though, right down to the white T-shirt, dusty jeans, and windswept hair. We might go so far as to say in that it also includes that age-old tradition of pin-up fantasy, with what we can only describe as a generous display of nippulous areolasis.

That's a cheeky way of saying this tee is showing off some major nippage in the bazombage area. If you look closely (not that we're scrutinizing here because it's kind of obvious) there's a distinct outline of Miss Lawrence's lady figure in a way that would be a tad creep-tastic if she were underage. But given that's she's 21, it's somehow more acceptable to the mag folk, even though she's completely nakie nudie under that top and you can see it on this cover. Aside from that, the cover photo is GORGE, obvs, and there's nothing we don't like about a well-fitting white tee with faded denim and roughed-up leather boots. Also, the hair and makeup game is on point and enviable in that no-fuss, effortlessly tawny, glamazon kind of way.

In the accompanying cover story, Lawrence and writer Josh Eells go horseback riding in Malibu, but not before she pulls a Katniss and runs into the bushes to take care of survival-in-the-woods kind of business. Eells gets Lawrence's Hunger Games costars to open up about her too. Josh Hutcherson says, "When I got cast, she called me up for one of those five-minute 'Excited to work with you, blah, blah, blah' things. The conversation started with her saying, 'Think about a catheter going in—ouch!' and then turns into a 45-minute rant about zombies and the apocalypse." From what we can tell already, this appears to be a rather revealing portrait of America's current sweetheart. We can't WAIT to read it all when the issue hits newsstand on March 30, aka TOMORROW.

{via Rolling Stone}

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