And not shy to show us.
Have you seen her new photo spread in GQ?
If you haven't, here's what you're missing...
The 20-year-old Kentucky gal is flaunting showing off her fine physique in some awesomely cool—but barely there—fashions.
But director Matthew Vaughn insists he didn't cast Lawrence as the blue-skinned Mystique in the upcoming X-Men: First Class just because of her looks.
"There are a lot of young American actors right now who haven't got any technique," Vaughn tells the magazine. "And to be blunt, a lot of these kids assume that just by having a good set of teeth and tits, smiling for the camera's gonna be enough. I needed someone who could act."
And we certainly know she can do that. We've been raving about her before Winter's Bone even hit theaters and way before she earned an Oscar nomination for her work. She has The Beaver coming out next month, followed by X-Men. And then there's The Hunger Games opposite hottie boys Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson. She had to cut short vacation time to start training for the action-packed movie.
But back to the bod for a sec. How does she keep in shape? A combination of things. "I work out and I surf, but very badly," she told me at the Oscars, where the sight of her in that red Calvin Klein dress made jaws drop and eyes pop. "I've also gotten into yoga, but I'm always embarrassed about it because it's such like an L.A. thing—like, "Ooh, I do yoga."
Don't worry, Jen, you have absolutely nothing to be embarrassed by.