In more awkward Jennifer Lawrence news, she almost killed a guy once because she had an itchy butt. Let us explain...

The 26-year-old joined her Passengers co-star Chris Pratt as well as British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver on The Graham Norton Show this week and dished the hilarious story to the audience.

While filming a portion of the Hunger Games in Hawaii, they were shooting near some "sacred" rocks. "You were not supposed to sit on them because you weren't supposed to expose your genitalia to them," she explained to the audience, noting that she, however, was allowed to because she was wearing a wetsuit (and thus, couldn't expose anything).

In fact, the rocks sort of became a necessity to her. "Oh my God, they were so good for butt itchin'," she revealed, showing how she would scoot her backside up and down on them.

But things took a turn for the worse one day. "One rock that I was butt scratching on ended up coming lose, and it was a giant boulder and it rolled down this giant mountain and almost killed our sound guy. His whole station got destroyed. It was this huge, dramatic deal."

Lawrence said the Hawaiians definitely thought it was a sign from the Gods. "All the Hawaiians were like, 'Oh my God, it's the curse!' And I was sitting in the corner like, 'Haha! I'm your curse! I wedged it loose with my a--!'"

LOL! Only J.Law, right?!

The whole group ended up sharing stories from their past, including Pratt, who worked at a restaurant as a server and once ate an old woman's leftovers she was saving for her dog.

But our favorite moment came when they looked back on the actors' high school superlatives from their individual yearbooks.

While Lawrence claimed Most Talkative for two consecutive years in a row, Pratt took home the honor of Class Clown (naturally). 

In fact, Pratt has been showcasing some of his humor recently by continuing an on-going prank of cropping J.Law out of all his social media photos during their press tour for Passengers

Despite the jokes, however, he can't help but gush about Lawrence.

"She is truly one of the greatest actresses I've ever had the pleasure to work with. She acts like Adele sings," he told British GQ recently. "You just sit back and you think, 'Damn, some people...' She's a terrible singer! But she's a wonderful actress. She could just do it. She could just turn it on and it strikes emotion in you, like some people can just open their mouths and sing."

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