Los Angeles, January 16 (CINEWS): Anne Hathaway is staying up for a well known companion – Jennifer Lawrence!
The mother to-be went to her kindred Oscar champ’s resistance on Friday, saying that the now-popular Golden Globes trade in the middle of Jennifer and a journalist was misjudged.
“It’s turned out to be really clear that the Jennifer Lawrence “admonishing” was taken outside of any relevant connection to the subject at hand and that she was dryly kidding with a writer who was for sure utilizing his telephone to take photographs of her,” Anne wrote in a message shared on her Facebook page.
The discussion being referred to occurred backstage at the Jan. 10 service, after Jennifer took home the grant for Best Performer in a Satire or Musical.
In the wake of seeming to get out a writer for concentrating on his telephone amid their meeting, the “Joy” star got fire crosswise over online networking from the individuals who thought he might have basically been monitoring his notes.
“You can’t carry on with your entire life behind your telephone, brother,” Jennifer said at the time, waving her finger. “You can’t simply do that. You gotta live in the now.”
At the point when the correspondent then raised the Oscars, Jennifer offered another recommendation.
“We’re at the GoldenGlobes,” she answered, including, “On the off chance that you put your telephone down, you’d realize that.”
While some considered Jennifer’s behavior “impolite” and “entitled,” one witness clarified the circumstance on Twitter and guaranteed Jennifer “did NOT spook” the columnist and that the environment in the room was really “carefree.”
Regardless of the warmed response toward the episode, Anne encouraged her supporters to take a gander at the master plan.
“How about we not proceed with the tragic but rather basic routine of building individuals – particularly ladies – up just to violently tear them down when we see them to have slipped,” she wrote in her post. “Jennifer is a lovely, skilled, uncontrollably effective, famous, FOUR TIME OSCAR Selected young lady. If it’s not too much trouble let us not rebuff her for these things.”
The “Intern” star approved a positive note, calling herself “A J-Law