Jennifer Lawrence Challenges Jimmy Fallon to an Ax-Throwing Contest

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But the Oscar-winning actress, 27, wasn't freaking out for the reason you might expect, but rather because she realized the Real Housewives of NY isn't now in production, and, without cameras rolling, she might miss the priceless moments that followed Luann's divorce.

"I had to do this one seen that I had never gone that dark before, I had never done something that horrifying so I started getting scared like a couple days before and was like "I need a tent just to be away from all the extras" because I didn't know what I would do", she explained.

Jennifer Lawrence stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where she and Fallon chose to hurl some axes at a wood target with a man in a cowboy hat painted on it.

It's understandable that the actress would not want to miss the Housewives of New York's reactions to the divorce, since every single one of them warned the former countess against marrying Tom.

Her happy place Jennifer said Andy listens to her advice and the fate of one of the housewives may even be in her hands
Her happy place Jennifer said Andy listens to her advice and the fate of one of the housewives may even be in her hands

"I guess kind of a producer I would call it of all of the Housewives", she jabbed with Fallon. "We have a very passionate love affair going", de Lesseps said on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" in July. She also likes to give Cohen a lot of advice.

To promote her new horror film mother!

JLaw told host Jimmy Fallon that she and her friends have different rituals they follow when watching each of the shows, particularly when The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills comes on. Have you guys ever noticed that?

Lawrence is known for her roles as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games film series and as superhuman Mystique in the X-Men franchise, but unfortunately her characters skills have not translated into her real-life talents as an ax thrower.

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