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FYI: It's really important to Jennifer Lawrence that we know she still eats pizza

Yep, more pizza talk.

IF THERE’S ONE idea we’ve been force-fed since Jennifer Lawrence first appeared on our screens, it’s that the 28-year-old is as normal as the next person.

Jennifer Lawrence Attends Awards in the Arts Ceremony - Louisville Source: SIPA USA/PA Images

And that’s definitely the case… if the next person is also an exquisitely beautiful, Oscar-winning member of Hollywood’s elite.

But look, we’re not here to split hairs.

Back to the matter at hand; one of the main ways the aforementioned idea was continuously perpetuated was by focussing on the actress’s eating habits, which seemingly involved consuming a considerable amount of pizza.

Apparently, Jen couldn’t get enough of the stuff.

pizza1 Source: Giphy

It was always at the forefront of her mind.

pizza2 Source: Giphy

And hell, sometimes she even mixed pizza with other food because, well, she’s just that normal, you know?

pizza4 Source: Giphy

And if a recent interview with Vogue is anything to go by, this rhetoric doesn’t show any signs of abating.

While speaking with the publication, the actress went straight to that old chestnut.

I don’t like when people say, ‘I only do this or eat this. Because I eat. I’m not very strict with my diet: If I want a piece of pizza, I eat a piece of pizza.

Pizza; she loves pizza, folks. Never forget that.

pizza5 Source: Giphy

However, it sounds like the Passengers star may be aware that the public are tiring of that dialogue somewhat, and the actress went on to acknowledge that, despite what we may have been led to believe in the past, she does have to exercise regularly and maintain a balanced diet.

But I do work out more than normal because I have a certain way that I want to look, and a way that I want to fit into my clothes. I get photographed when I’m not asking for it, so there’s added pressure to look and feel your best.

And her final thought on the matter? (Don’t mention pizza, don’t mention pizza.)

For me, it’s easier to put that extra effort into the gym instead of putting the extra effort into: ‘Oh no, I can’t eat that’.

Fair enough.

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