It's a well-known fact that Jennifer Lawrence is head over heels for Keeping Up With the Kardashians. She's never tried to hide her joy for the E! family and it's something she's been continuing to discuss while promoting her new movie Mother! Guess what? Kim Kardashian loves Jennifer Lawrence's ongoing KUWTK obsession, as she showcased on Snapchat Wednesday. While snapping an E! News interview segment featuring the Oscar-winning actor gushing about the reality show, Kardashian wrote, "OMG is this real?!"
In this particular interview, the 27-year-old star discussed how the Kardashians' reality series got her through some of the harder days on the Mother! set. "It got to a point in the movie where it got so dark I was like, 'Ya know what? I need the Kardashians,'" she said before joking, "I'm going to call the Kardashians in for this one."
This is something she previously divulged to Vogue in August. And it was also where Lawrence proved that she is most certainly a KUWTK super fan. The crew made her a "Kardashian tent" that she dubbed her "happy place". For real.
"I had to go to a darker place than I’ve ever been in my life. I didn’t know if I’d be able to come out OK,” she told Vogue. This is why the crew decided she needed a Kardashian tent. She explained, "It was a tent that had pictures of the Kardashians and Keeping Up with the Kardashians playing on a loop — and gumballs."
Lawrence also told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show that in addition to the photos and the show playing, she also wrote notes to herself "from" the Kardashians. "It also had little notes to me from them that I had written," she shared.
As for Mother! director Darren Aronofsky, who is dating Lawrence, he told Vogue about the tent, "I wasn’t involved in that. I was like, 'What are you talking about, 'the Kardashians?'"
Kardashian's reaction to J. Law's admission is totally understandable. Can you imagine if you had a reality show and Lawrence, one of the top actors in the world currently, watched it on a loop and basically bowed down to you and your family? That would be amazing.
It isn't the first time the Passengers star has confessed her admiration for the Kardashians, either. In January 2015, Kardashian told The Sun (via Vanity Fair) she had a run-in with Lawrence. "I was in NYC and I ran into Jennifer Lawrence," she dished. "We said 'Hi' and walked into the elevator and as the doors were closing, she screamed across the lobby, 'I love your show!' We were laughing so hard." That totally sounds like The Hunger Games actor.
In May 2016, while promoting X-Men: Apocalypse, Lawrence told E! News, "I was crying about the Kardashians the other night," she admitted. "They're under a lot of pressure. Even if its elective, it's pressure — and I get that!"
Of course, there was also the time Lawrence ended up in bed with Kris Jenner in August 2015. Next to an Instagram of the two in a bed together, Jenner wrote, "Happy Birthday you piece of sh*t... God I love you #Jenniferlawrence thanks for making this night a night to remember.....even if we did get caught... I love you Happy Birthday Gorgeous!!!"
While celebrating her birthday that year, J. Law's friends planned a surprise party for her that included Jenner. As the Golden Globe winner told New York Times reporter Brooks Barnes, "So, I’m there, and people start singing 'Happy Birthday.' Kris Jenner comes out holding my cake, which is a pile of sh*t, with a sign that says, 'Happy Birthday You Pile of Sh*t.''
It was such an overwhelming moment for the actor. "My knees buckled," she said. "I fell. Seriously! It was the closest I’ve ever come to losing consciousness. I had NO IDEA. I’d never met her before, but we’ve always watched Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Oh, and she revealed that she sang "Build Me Up Buttercup" with Jenner, too.
For those wondering why Lawrence decided on a "Kardashian tent" over a "Housewives tent" (she is a huge fan of the Real Housewives, too), allow her to explain. "The Kardashians are more comforting to me, I think," she told Entertainment Tonight Wednesday. "I've been watching them for 11 years, so I grew up with them, and I know all of them personally." (For the record, the show celebrates its tenth anniversary this month.) She added about the Bravo franchise, "The Housewives, they go in and out. They're fighting all the time. There's something more comforting about the Kardashians."
She is a true and forever Kardashian supporter, whose obsession isn't going away anytime soon.