Jennifer Lawrence Revealed That She's Already Had a Bridezilla Moment
The bride-to-be broke says she broke down after discovering her friends couldn't attend her bachelorette party.
For the first time, Jennifer Lawrence got candid about her romance with fiancé Cooke Maroney and their wedding-planning process. Despite being tight-lipped about her future wedding dress, Lawrence did share the story of her first nuptial-related meltdown while appearing on the NAKED with Catt Sadler podcast. The future newlywed admitted that although she is too "lazy" to be neurotic about her celebration, she has had one bridezilla moment.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Lawrence broke down in front of her fiancé after she discovered none of her friends would be able to attend her bachelorette party. The star confessed that it was her own fault, considering she had originally decided she didn't want to have the pre-wedding celebration. By the time Lawrence changed her mind (which she claims is "typical" of her), no one could clear their schedules. "My friend was like, 'Welcome to being a bride.' I've cried, I've officially joined the club," the actress told Sadler.
Lawrence also opened up about how she took a break from her career over the past year to live in New York, where she inevitably fell in love. In the past, the celebrity felt she couldn't do normal life things like go to restaurants or dive bars. But, when she started dating Maroney, she just wanted to be "normal and cool" and ended up overcoming those anxieties because of him.
During the interview, Lawrence used the term "organic" to describe her relationship with Maroney, claiming she wasn't in the place to get married until she met her fiancé. "We wanted to commit fully, and he's my best friend," she explained. In typically Lawrence fashion, she joked about how she wanted to "legally bing him to [her] forever" and was thrilled "the paperwork exists for such thing." She went on, "You find your favorite person on the planet, you're like, 'You can't leave.' So, I wanted to take up on that offer."