Hey, DC, we have your new Two-Face.
Emma Stone, who won in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy category at last year's Golden Globe Awards, was nominated in the same category this year for "Battle of the Sexes." She didn't win. She also didn't feel like partying afterward. That was news to her good friend Jennifer Lawrence.
Jennifer Lawrence explained the situation in a Facebook video, hiding half of her face for part of the video for comedic effect. Stone was the one filming Lawrence in the video, and she started by asking JLaw what happened Sunday night:
Jennifer Lawrence: "Well, you had told me you wanted me to be your date to the after parties so I, you know, got us tickets to some after parties, booked a car, and I was halfway through glam when you told me that you didn't wanna go. You just wanted to come over to my house so I sent my hair and makeup team home and now this is what I look like."
You can see JLaw with the right half of her face covered in makeup and the left half clean. It's, um, an interesting look! But both stars had a good laugh about it. Lawrence should keep her face like that for a long time, just in protest of Friends Who Cancel at the Last Minute. We all have at least one.
Watch the video:
Both Lawrence and Stone are Oscar winners, and Stone is a possible return nominee at the 2018 awards. Those Academy Award nominations will be announced Tuesday, January 23, with the Oscars airing Sunday, March 4 on ABC.
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