Jennifer Lawrence is shedding tears for the Kardashians.

The Oscar winner is such a big fan of the E! reality family that she can't help but feel their pain.

"I was crying about the Kardashians the other night," J.Law told E! News' Catt Sadler earlier today while promoting X-Men: Apocalypse in London.


"They're under a lot of pressure," Lawrence explained, adding, "Even if its elective, it's pressure—and I get that!"

Lawrence has been a loyal follower of the Kards for a long time now.

In December, she compared Kim Kardashian and Saint West to Kate Middleton Giving Birth to Princess Charlotte. "Oh, my God! It was like when Princess Kate was having a princess," Lawrence told E! News. "I can't wait for it to be 16 years from now, we'll have a teenage princess. That's just the same in America and we'll have a little prince." (Charlotte is just about eight months older than Saint.)

In August, the Joy actress' friends surprised her for her birthday with a visit from Kris Jenner, which the family matriarch chronicled on Instagram by posting a photo of the two of them laying intertwined on a bed.

Kim recalled the first time she met Lawrence. "I was in NYC and I ran into Jennifer Lawrence," she revealed in an interview last year. "We said, 'Hi' and walked into the elevator and as the doors were closing, she screamed across the lobby, 'I love your show!' We were laughing so hard."

And don't you worry—we also chatted with Lawrence about X-Men. She confirmed that she hasn't decided if Apocalypse is her last film for the franchise.

"It's hard because I don't feel like the character is concluded," she said. "So creatively, I can see myself [doing it again]. It just depends on how much they want to pay or scheduling and things like that."

And then she added, "Are you listening Fox?"


X-Men: Apocalypse is in theaters on May 27.

Make sure to tune into E! News tonight at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. for more of J.Law in London.

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