The actress beat out Melissa McCarthy, Maggie Smith, Lily Tomlin and her new bestie Amy Schumer (although there are certainly no hard feelings, as the two shared a close hug before she took the stage) for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy at the 73rd Golden Globe awards Sunday night (January 10).
Lawrence immediately began by thanking her director, David O. Russell, who also directed her in "Silver Linings Playbook" and in "American Hustle," for which she was also nominated in 2014.
"Every time I'm up here, it is because of you," she told him from onstage before thanking the real life Joy Mangano, her supporting cast, her home state of Kentucky and her family.
"Your love of cinema is so pure and you're so untainted by this that you make movies without caring if anyone sees them -- and I meant that as a compliment," she added sheepishly.
And, in typical JLaw fashion, she also took her devotion to her director just a little bit too far. "I love you. I want us to be buried next to each other," she told him just as she was being led off for time.
Let's hope that's not for a very long time -- they need to make many more movies together before then!