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Jennifer Lawrence's 'Silver Linings' Night

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Jennifer Lawrence's 'Silver Linings' Night

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Jennifer Lawrence's 'Silver Linings' Night

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Jennifer Lawrence's best actress win at the Oscars on Sunday may be remembered longer than her performance at the awards show. On the red carpet, she was bleeped after uttering a four-letter word; and while walking to the stage to accept her award, she tripped on the stairs.

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Jennifer Lawrence won the Best Actress Oscar for "Silver Linings Playbook." Surely, that will be remembered longer than her performance at the Academy Awards. On the red carpet she used a four-letter word which ABC bleeped. Inside, she fell on her way to accept the award. Later, reporters asked how she'd prepared for the evening. Lawrence said her family had taken over her house and at some point, quote, "I did a shot." It could happen to anybody.

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