Jennifer Lawrence said she felt like the whole world was judging her when nude photos surfaced online. "But if you're human, it's terrifying", she continued, admitting that she still worries about being hacked and having even more personal images stolen and posted online. "I think people saw (the hacking) for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven't been able to get rid of it". Having your privacy violated constantly isn't a problem if you're flawless.
"My biggest fear from that whole thing was thatpeople were going to think I was trying to be sexy. It's just. if I'm on an airplane and I have no makeup on, I don't want to take a selfie that's going to end up on [the internet]!"
Her privacy was compromised again more recently, after a video leaked of Lawrence pole-dancing at her friends' birthday party in Vienna, Austria, this year.
Talking about working with her beau, the actress gushed: "When I saw the movie, I was reminded all over again how brilliant he is". I was in a crop top. "He took photos, and posed me like one of those French girls", she said. "And I'm never confused with him", she says. This creates a complicated situation psychologically for people like Lawrence who's privacy has been violated in the past yet who still must remain somewhat open to the public due to their job. She revealed how the pair got together and how their relationship is working out for them.
The Mother! actress, whose new movie with her director boyfriend Darren Aronofsky just released a spooky trailer, sizzled in different attires on the cover of the 125th edition of Vogue.
CIA's Pompeo says no 'imminent' threat of nuclear war
Both "agreed North Korea must stop its provocative and escalatory behavior", the White House said in a statement. He also will discuss military options in the event the "diplomatic and economic pressurisation campaign" fails.
Gorakhpur tragedy: Families allege discrepancy in treatment
A private contractor stopped supplying oxygen to the hospital over a past-due bill, district magistrate Rajeev Rautela said. The death toll due to alleged shortage of oxygen supply has now risen to 64, with three deaths being reported today.