Jennifer Lawrence was tapped to introduce former president Bill Clinton at the GLAAD Media Awards this weekend, and though she stumbled over her lines at the event, her haircut was what everyone focused on.
Lawrence, who hasn't been seen much since her big Oscar win, has been busy filming the sequel to the highly successful film "The Hunger Games", a role which required her to take her hair several shades darker than the honey-washed color we're used to seeing. Now she's back to those golden tresses and has chopped her locks to a shoulder-grazing length that flatters her heart-shaped face.
The 22-year old actress was excited to share a stage with Clinton but says she's out of her element when it comes to speaking in public.
"Making movies is where I belong. I shouldn't be heard just talking. So, when I'm doing movies, I'm really happy. That's where I'm comfortable, that's my home. When you put me on a red carpet or on a stage, I turn into chihuahua Jennifer," she said.
After a now-famous trip up the stairs to accept her Academy Award, Lawrence endeared herself to people everywhere with her self-deprecating wit and silly sense of humor; now she can add herself to the list of young stars with the power to start a trend, because if today's news is any indication, it looks like girls will be lining up to copy that hairstyle.