Jennifer Lawrence's “Hanging Tree” Just Became More Popular Than Beyonce's "7/11"
Jennifer Lawrence may not think she has the best singing voice, but perhaps dating the lead singer of Coldplay has rubbed off on her talent a bit: Only a week after it debuted on the U.K. singles charts at an impressive No. 29, Jennifer Lawrence's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt 1 song, "The Hanging Tree," has debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in the U.S. at an even more impressive No. 12. It's official, guys: J. Law can officially add "chart-topping singer" to her résumé.
So the natural question now becomes: Will J. Law take advantage of this and pursue some sort of singing career, as many of her actress peers have done once they reach a certain level of fame? After all, it works for many celebs — not to mention, it would help her qualify for the glorious status of winning an EGOT — and J. Law's already got an advantage by nabbing a chart-topper so early in the game.
Plus, compared to the other lovely ladies on the Billboard Hot 100, she sort of already fits in: Whereas J. Law sits at No. 12 on the list, Taylor Swift sits at the No. 1 spot with her hit song "Blank Space," and it's no secret that she's one of the quirkier singers in the industry...
...as is J. Law.
And they're already very well acquainted.
So, yeah, I'm pretty sure if J. Law released a pop album, she'd fit right in. Get to it, girl!