This doesn't even qualify as a feud anymore.
As much as it pains us to say it because we frankly prefer to think of Jennifer Lawrence as a magical, peace-bringing unicorn, the actress’ so-called “feud” with Joan Rivers continues. It continues on Rivers’ part anyway. A month after she and Lawrence had it out over the commedienne’s show Fashion Police, which essentially consists of her scrutinizing famous people’s hair, makeup, outfits and bodies for an hour every week, Rivers has issued another scathing comment, directed at the 23-year-old actress.
Apparently there's still at least one person left, who is not a fan of Lawrence.
Apparently in response to Lawrence’s recent statements on fat shaming in the media, Rivers said for the New York Post: “I love that she's telling everyone how wrong it is to worry about retouching and body image, and meanwhile, she has been touched up more than a choir boy at the Vatican. Look at her posters.”
Is this the biggest feud of the year? Probably not, but let's pretend for Rivers' sake.
Ignoring the whole Vatican comment (we can all agree she shouldn’t have gone there, right?) Rivers’ statement doesn’t seem to have made much of a dent in JLaw’s universally likable public persona. And how could it, when the Hunger Games star spent Boxing Day visiting sick children at a hospital in her hometown of Louisville, Ky. The question is, with the entire media machine on JLaw's side, will this "feud" even create enough of a stir for Rivers to gain some publicity off of the story?
The public's admiration for Lawrence survived even this dress, so a little snark from Rivers is nothing.
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