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Jennifer Lawrence, the fabulous Oscar-winning actress is left devastated when a reporter accidentally ruins the Homeland series 3 finale for her...
Jennifer Lawrence put on one of the most epic red carpet performances of all time when a big-mouthed reporter accidentally gave away the ending of Homeland series 3 at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The 23-year-old Oscar-winning actress freaked out when her interviewer ruined the finale of her favourite show – which she hadn’t seen yet – after introducing her to her TV hero, Damian Lewis
As she embraced the Homeland star, who was being interviewed next to her on the red carpet, a star-struck Jennifer gushed that she had watched the first two seasons of the show twice.
But her joy quickly turned to devastation as Access Hollywood reporter Shaun Robinson then asked J-Law if she was sad that Lewis’ character had died, completely giving away the tragic ending to season three.
‘You know they killed him off?’ she asked the American Hustle actress as a stunned Jennifer Lawrence‘s jaw dropped.
Upon hearing the crushing news, Jen replied: ‘I can’t process this right now. I can’t believe you said that. I said [I’d seen] first and second season! I haven’t watched the third season!’
Storming away from the interviewer, Jennifer Lawrence proceeded to throw a mini-tantrum as Robinson giggled and apologised profusely.
‘I’m past mad’, Jennifer continued. ‘It’s this weird other emotion. I feel like my heart just fell out.’
Ending by calling the reporter a ‘monster’ and adding that she could ‘never forgive’ her, J-Law then attempted to carry on with the interview as she let the news of her beloved Brody’s death sink in.
Check out the moment poor J-Law’s world came crashing down around her below…
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