Jennifer Lawrence just can't seem to stop making headlines (for all the right reasons), but does she actually read any of the Internet chatter?
"No! God no, I would never do something like that. I'm not a masochist," the 23-year-old Oscar winner exclaimed to E! News at the Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiere on Wednesday, Nov. 20 in NYC.
And while the actress admits it can be tough to steer clear of the tabloids, she says it's necessary in order to maintain her sanity (and her down-to-earth demeanor that we all adore!).
"Oh it's tempting," she confessed. "But you don't want to go down that road. No no no, never."
But has she ever slipped up and Googled herself in the past?
Yep—and it's a mistake she never intends to make again.
"I stopped doing it when one of my friends was upset about pictures that came up and I was like, ‘Look at the pictures of me,' or like with David Letterman, I did that too, I googled 'Jennifer Lawrence ugly,'" she revealed. "Closed the laptop. Never opened it again."
Perhaps searching 'Jennifer Lawrence funny' would have procured a more positive result?
The short-haired beauty has been busy promoting The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the second installment in the franchise based on Suzanne Collins' wildly popular young adult novels, which is set to hit theaters on Friday, Nov. 22.
Lawrence has already been earning rave reviews for her role as Katniss Everdeen, and she's been wowing in the style department as well, stepping out in a variety of sexy dresses by her go-to designer Dior.
She also appeared on Late Show last night where she hilariously explained her recent trip to the emergency room after she was forced to cancel her Wednesday morning show appearances in the wake of her promotional tour.
"I just had this really bad pain for, like, three weeks," she told late-night host David Letterman. "And you know you can only s--t your pants so many times a day before you go to the emergency room, before you're like 'I need to go to the hospital.'"
Nice work, J.Law. You've officially turned 'Jennifer Lawrence s--ts' into a search term. Never change (and continue to steer clear of Google, girl).