Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence has been seen on holiday in Hawaii enjoying a suspicious rolled up cigarette.
In revealing pictures Jennifer Lawrence, 22, is seen clasping a fat roll up in her fingers and a bottle of wine.
And in other pictures that have emerged Jennifer Lawrence can clearly be seen taking a draw on the roll up.
It may come as some surprise just days after the actress was seen lapping up the applause of her peers at the Academy Awards where she took home the Best Actress award for her stunning turn in Silver Linings Playbook.
Jennifer Lawrence star looked happy and relaxed, which may well have been in part thanks to a glass of wine and her cheeky smoke.
It’s not clear if she was indeed smoking marijuana – but Jennifer Lawrence is not known to be a smoker – and if the young starlet does have a penchant for the weed, it may explain her propensity for stumbling.
Jennifer Lawrence has been seen on holiday in Hawaii enjoying a suspicious rolled up cigarette
Jennifer Lawrence was left flustered after tripping up the steps on her way to accept her Oscar for Best Actress.
As Jennifer Lawrence staggered to her feet the star-studded audience leapt up to give the blushing actress a standing ovation, much to her embarrassment.
“Thank you so much,” she told them.
“This is nuts. You guys are only standing up because I fell and you feel bad. That was embarrassing.”
Jennifer Lawrence also thanked her Silver Linings Playbook co-stars, crew and team for their support before wishing her fellow nominee, Amour star Emmanuelle Riva a happy 86th birthday.
Dressed in a stunning off-white strapless Dior Haute Couture gown, Jennifer Lawrence’s accident happened as she rushed to the stage still shocked by her win.
As she fell on her knees Jennifer Lawrence momentarily held her head in her hands, but quickly carried on.
A smiling Hugh Jackman rushed to help Jennifer Lawrence, holding out his hand to escort her safely to the podium.
Despite her initial embarrassment the 22-year-old quickly laughed off the incident and began her stream of thank yous.
Perhaps Jennifer Lawrence’s quick recovery is due to the fact that she’s been in a very similar situation before.
At the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards Jennifer Lawrence’s midnight blue Dior gown appeared to fall apart as she climbed the stairs.
Then Dior explained that the dress was made in layers, with Jennifer Lawrence simply hitching up the top layer to reveal her legs.
This time the unfortunate incident could have been even worse.
The new face of Miss Dior admitted she’d actually cut off six inches from the train of the dress before the show.
“It would have been too insane,” Jennifer Lawrence told Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet.
Jennifer Lawrence was left flustered after tripping up the steps on her way to accept her Oscar for Best Actress
Still, the dress was long enough to hide her feet and high heels, which she said she would love to take off if nobody would notice.
Jennifer Lawrence also revealed she had a very stressful day before the event and admitted she hadn’t had time to eat.
“I’m freaking starving,” she said.
She then pointed longingly to McDonald’s down Hollywood Boulevard and jokingly asked her publicist to swing by and pick her up a burger.
“Today was so stressful. There was everybody in, my family got ready at my house.
“I felt like Steve Martin in Father of the Bride with all the furniture being moved around my house.”
Oscar-nominated film Silver Linings Playbook took four awards at the Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica on Saturday.
Silver Linings Playbook – up for eight Oscars on Sunday – won best film, best screenplay, best director for David O. Russell and best actress for Jennifer Lawrence at the indy film awards.
John Hawkes took best actor for the part of the late disabled journalist and poet Mark O’Brien in The Sessions.
John Hawkes said he hoped the film would help change perceptions of disability.
“Mark O’Brien said as a disabled man he felt invisible to people. I hope this film can change that a little bit and we all see each other a little more,” he told the audience in his acceptance speech.
His co-star Helen Hunt – who plays a sex therapist in the film based on an article written by Mark O’Brien in 1990 – won best supporting actress.
Up for the same award at the Oscars, Helen Hunt said backstage: “I’m proud of the movie, I can’t believe we got it made.”
Matthew McConaughey, who was also nominated for best actor for Killer Joe, picked up the best supporting actor prize for Magic Mike, which he stars in alongside his mother.
He praised the process of making indy films: “The vitality you get from not having enough money and not having enough time… that’s what I love about independent films.”
Silver Linings Playbook won best film, best screenplay, best director for David O. Russell and best actress for Jennifer Lawrence at the indy film awards
Best foreign film went to Oscar favorite Amour, directed by Michael Haneke.
“I feel wonderful, it comes as a complete surprise,” he said, after collecting his award.
“No-one would think a film dealing with ageing and death (would do so well).”
Best documentary went to The Invisible War, which addresses rape and sexual abuse in the US military.
Producer Amy Ziering made an emotional speech: “This award says to our service members – you are heard, you are not alone and you are no longer invisible.”
Like Silver Linings Playbook, Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom was up for five awards but went away empty-handed.
Accepting the best screenplay award for Silver Linings Playbook, David O. Russell said: “The last time I held one of these was 19 years ago for best screenplay and best first feature and my son was one year’s old – Matthew’s here today and he gave me this movie.”
David O. Russell’s son has bipolar disorder and was the inspiration for the film, which features Bradley Cooper’s character dealing with the same illness.
Speaking backstage of his Oscar chances, David O. Russell said: “I’m very superstitious so I’m just very happy to be there.”
Beasts of the Southern Wild picked up one award out of a possible four for British cinematographer Ben Richardson.
He said nine-year-old Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis was the reason he took on the job.
“It was incredibly eye-opening, I could just see what she was going to do. Her performance is just incredible,” he said.
The best first feature prize went to Perks of Being a Wallflower, starring Emma Watson.
Presenters included Daniel Radcliffe, Salma Hayek and Jeremy Renner.