“Challenging Hollywood’s Beauty Standards: Jennifer Lawrence Bares It All and Speaks Out Against Body Shaming”

In a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Jennifer Lawrence expressed her desire to redefine the standard body type for actresses in Hollywood. Despite being viewed as “curvy” in the entertainment industry, the 25-year-old actress admitted that she doesn’t feel like she represents the normal body type of an American woman. As such, Lawrence hopes to create a new norm that better reflects the diversity of women’s bodies. She believes that this shift in perspective would help eliminate the pressure for actresses to conform to unrealistic beauty standards.

Not keepng quiet: Jennifer Lawrence admitted she doesn't want to 'feel like the fattest' actress working in Hollywood in a new interview with Harper's Bazaar

Jennifer Lawrence has opened up about her fitness routine and body image in a recent Harper’s Bazaar interview. The actress confessed that she doesn’t want to feel like the heaviest actress in Hollywood and therefore works out every day and watches her diet. She also spoke about the unrealistic expectations of being underweight and how being a normal weight can be perceived as curvy. Lawrence believes that gender equality is important and that women should be paid equally to men, regardless of what some critics may think. She acknowledges that while her reality is fabulous, it is not the reality for a lot of women in America.

 'I would like us to make a new normal-body type,' the star said. 'Everybody says,

The celebrity expressed their desire to create a fresh and unique body standard. They acknowledged that many people appreciate their body type being considered normal, but they themselves do not feel that way.

'I think we've gotten so used to underweight that when you are a normal weight it's like,

The prevalence of underweight body types has led to a skewed perception of what a normal weight looks like. It’s become commonplace to label someone as curvy simply for being at a healthy weight, which is absurd. Personally, I feel it’s important to strive for a higher standard in terms of body acceptance. This would prevent me from feeling self-conscious about my weight.
On a separate note, JLaw shared a funny story about her friend Emma Stone. After a wild night out at an Adele concert, JLaw ended up feeling sick and spending the night vomiting. She admitted that she’s not much of a party animal and doesn’t usually stay out late.

'Ask Emma Stone!' JLaw revealed her pal spent the night rubbing her back as she vomited after an Adele concert (Pictured in November in NYC)

According to JLaw, her friend Emma Stone was there to comfort her as she got sick after an Adele concert. She even spent the night rubbing her back!

JLaw said she got up to some antics at Adele's show, revealing: 'I don't really stay out late. I'm kind of a bummer' (Adele seen in concert last month in Manchester)

During Adele’s performance, JLaw confessed to having some fun and mischief, stating that she typically does not stay up late and is quite boring. (Adele was recently seen performing in Manchester.)

As a grandmother, I find it difficult to go out and stay out late. Even if I do manage to party hard, I have a low tolerance and end up throwing up instead of blacking out. Emma Stone can attest to this as she witnessed it while we were watching Adele in L.A. She was kind enough to rub my back, but I found it gross and asked her to stop. To make matters worse, Woody Harrelson was staying over that night and ended up stepping on a piece of glass from a broken candle that I failed to clean up during my vomiting episode. Needless to say, it was a crazy night.

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