Jennifer Lawrence is one of the hottest actresses in Hollywood right now. She is hot for all the fantastic performances that she has put on film in various movies and because she is one of the most attractive celebrities out there. Lawrence recently had a few people turning up their noses when she chopped off her long blonde hair to go with a short pixie cut.
If you were a fan of the Jennifer Lawrence before the short haircut, it appears she is growing it back out. Lawrence was on Good Morning America recently and she was sporting a longer hairstyle that looks much better on her to my eyes.
Lawrence was spied going into the show in a pastel dress after spending Easter weekend in NYC with friends according to Entertainment Wise. Lawrence had been spotted with four friends walking around SoHo over the weekend. Interestingly her boyfriend Nicholas Hoult wasn’t around.
Hoult and Lawrence met on the set of X-Men and are said to be back together after being apart for a short time. Hoult is the 24-year-old British actor who plays Beast in the franchise. The two will be featured in the next X-Men film called X-Men: Days of Future Past when it hits theaters later this month. Jen certainly looks much better with her hair a bit longer.
Do you like Lawrence better with long hair or short hair? I for one like her with longer hair.
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