Jennifer Lawrence, Watch What Happens Live


Jennifer Lawrence isn't one to kiss and tell.

So, during a game of "Plead the Fifth" on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Monday, the Passengers actress balked when Vanderpump Rules' Stassi Schroeder asked her to reveal her best kiss of 2016. "Um, uh...well, I can't say," Lawrence said, her voice raising a few octaves. Trying to diffuse the tension, she joked, "If you kiss me before the New Year it'll be you, Stassi!"

"Do you want to plead the fifth?" host Andy Cohen asked.

"Oh, yeah!" Lawrence said. "Plead the fifth! I forgot I could do that."

Either Lawrence didn't want to talk about her boyfriend Darren Aronofsky (very likely) or the director wasn't responsible for her best kiss of 2016. It was a no-win situation for the private star. Later, Cohen mentioned that Nick Jonas had expressed interest in dating her. "Do you have a boyfriend?" he asked. Blushing, Lawrence blew bubbles in her drink and said nothing.

The conversations weren't all about Lawrence's love life, though. During another game, called "Shush Your BFF Lush," Lawrence's BFF Laura Simpson was asked to reveal the meanest thing the actress has ever said about another star—without identifying anyone by name, of course.

"There's a lot of nicknames for certain celebrities," Simpson told Cohen, without providing any context. "I can give you a couple. There's The Lady. There's Pickle. Wait, who else do we have?"

Lawrence, who confirmed that she and her friends "collectively loathe" one of the mystery celebrities, then broke down some of their code names. "Well, The Lady has different variations," she told Simpson. "There's the Raging Lady, the Lady in Red, the Lady in Waiting..."

Given Lawrence's desire for discretion, perhaps it's time to give Aronofsky a nickname, too.

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