'The Hunger Games' actress says that her parents keep her Oscar statue with them in Kentucky after she put the prestigious prize 'in the hallway towards the bathroom.'
An Oscar trophy, which Jennifer Lawrence received from Best Actress category, is no longer by her side after her parents kept it in their home in Kentucky. "My parents took it back to Kentucky, 'cause I felt odd having it, like, on display in my house," the "Silver Linings Playbook" star told Access Hollywood at the Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday, July 20.
"If anybody's coming over to my house, I didn't want them to remember that. Just kind of puts a weird energy out," she said. The 22-year-old actress even put it in an unexpected place before her parents took the gold-coveted statue. "I put it in the hallway towards the bathroom, and my mom was like, 'I'm taking it. It shouldn't be here.' And now it's on a piano in Kentucky!" the "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star explained.
During a panel discussion at the event, Lawrence revealed that she was very ill when she filmed a kiss scene with Josh Hutcherson on the set of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire". "Oh my God, we should have brought the clip with the snot... I'll put it on YouTube or something, you gotta see it... there's all this snot coming out of my nose, and when I go to kiss Josh, it connects with his mouth. So, yes, it'll be very hot," she said, as quoted by Wenn.
The 20-year-old actor, who plays Peeta Mellark in the movie, apparently did not mind the fluid exchange. "There was a lot of slobber," he added with a grin.