Jennifer Lawrence had an unlucky (if unsurprising) bodily response to her latest Hot Ones look.
The YouTube interview sequence hosted by Sean Evans sees celebrities reply questions whereas consuming progressively spicier rooster wings.
Lawrence’s episode, launched on 22 June, rapidly went viral because the Starvation Video games star, 32, sobbed her manner via the problem.
Lawrence has now revealed that she “violently” threw up after the interview, which befell on the identical day as a press junket for her new intercourse comedy, No Hard Feelings.
“I passionately threw up after. Violently,” Lawrence informed Andy Cohen on Watch What Occurs Dwell.
“I made it upstairs to my suite. My holding suite,” Lawrence stated. “We shot at the 4 Seasons downstairs [during the No Hard Feelings press junket]. My abdomen gave me, like, eight minutes to get upstairs after which she… She… [vomited].”
Tears and snot started working down Lawrence’s face after she ate the spiciest scorching sauce within the line-up: Da Bomb Past Madness scorching sauce, which has a score of 135,600 Scoville Warmth Models.
As she tried to grapple with the warmth, she took sips from different glasses in entrance of her whereas crying: “I don’t know what to do, nothing helps! Is my face OK?”
In No Hard Feelings, Lawrence performs Maddie – an Uber driver who, after dropping her license, solutions a Craigslist advert from two mother and father in search of somebody to have intercourse with their geeky, 19-year-old son earlier than he goes to school.
In a three-star overview of the movie for The Unbiased, critic Clarisse Loughrey wrote: “[No Hard Feelings] actually appears like one of many first instances we’ve ever seen a movie really try to seize the attraction of Jennifer Lawrence, the superstar: assured, however slightly gawky. She’s the pinnacle cheerleader if she really turned out to be good.”
Elsewhere within the Watch What Occurs Dwell interview, Lawrence shut down rumours that she would seem in The Starvation Video games prequel.
No Hard Feelings is now displaying within the UK.