It looks like Jennifer Lawrence, who recovered beautifully from tripping on her dress during her big Oscars moment, has proven that she has the poise and sense of humor to make it through just about anything Hollywood throws at her. So how did the 22-year-old fare when Best Picture presenter Jack Nicholson interrupted her post-Oscars "Good Morning America" interview with George Stephanopoulos?
"You've got a fan here," Stephanopoulos said when he saw Nicholson creeping up behind Lawrence, as beautifully captured by this GIF from E! News.
"You did such a beautiful job! I don't mean to crash your interview," Nicholson, 75, told the actress.
"Yeah, you're being really rude," Lawrence joked.
"Oh my god!" Lawrence exclaimed when Nicholson retreated, hiding her face in her hands. "Is he still here?" she asked, before Nicholson popped back to warn, "I'll be waiting."
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