Hunger Games Star Jennifer Lawrence Confesses She Has A Crush On Jodie Foster

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 1 December 2013

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Jennifer is being considered for the lead role in the film The Story of Sophia Loren.

NEW YORK CITY - The star of The Hunger Games, Jennifer Lawrence made a surprise appearance on The Viagra View with Larry King and Regis Philbin.

Lawrence stated that she has been a fan of both men going back to her playpen days when her mom would sit her in front of the TV set and watch both talk show hosts.

Regis asked her about the injury she had received to her uvula while filming The Hunger Games. She blushed and said that it was embarrassing and that she had gotten it during the film's explicit French kissing scene.

The 23-year-old actress then blushed some more and told Regis that she had a confession to make.

"I'm all ears sweety." Philbin remarked.

Jennifer then told him that she knows it's silly but she has a big crush on Jodie Foster who is 51.

"You mean the lesbianite actress Jodie Foster?" He asked.

Lawrence was taken aback and asked, "Is there another Jodie Foster?"

Philbin said that he personally knows two other Jodie Fosters. He stated one is Joan Rivers' pedicurist and the other is a manager at a local Hooters in Manhattan.

Jennifer shook her head and said, "The actress Jodie Foster, the one that came out in Taxi Driver, Silence of The Lambs, and The Beaver.

Regis giggled and remarked, "You said beaver."

In Other News. President Obama has expressed a desire to take another vacation. This one will most probably be to Rome, Italy.

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