Jennifer Lawrence Opens Up about her Love Life In Vogue

August 10, 2017 - 6:15am

Jennifer Lawrence is gracing the cover of Vogue's September issue, and inside, she opens up about her love life, her take on the Kardashians and Ariana Grande's impression of her on Saturday Night Live.

Most notably, the very private Lawrence openly discussed her relationship with Darren Aronofsky.

  • They got to know each other while filming the upcoming Mother!, which Aronofsky directs and Lawrence stars in. She says she was drawn to "energy."
  • The 26-year-old says: "I had energy for him. I don't know how he felt about me."
  • Once the filming wrapped, she says she got to know her 48-year-old boyfriend on a completely different level.
  • "For the past year, I've been dealing with him as just a human," she explained. "I've been in relationships before where I am just confused. And I'm never confused with him."
  • Aronofsky was also interviewed for the piece. He says he is inspired by her gift for acting: "It's such a raw, natural talent she has. I always kind of compare her to Michael Jordan."
  • The pair were first publicly linked as a couple in September of 2016.
  • Lawrence also discussed how the Kardashians, of all people, kept her feeling grounded and sane on set. While filming the incredibly dark Mother!, she says the crew set up a Kardashian tent for her just so she could blow off steam and smile.
  • “It was a tent that had pictures of the Kardashians and Keeping Up with the Kardashians playing on a loop — and gumballs. My happy place.”
  • The actress also discussed Grande's famous impression of her on SNL, saying it was “spot-f***ing-on,” but saying that she'd never describe herself as a "regular person."
  • She also tackled the thorny topic of politics, saying that there "needs to be a bridge" between America and President Donald Trump.
  • “We can’t continue this divide and anger. There are issues affecting us as human beings, not as liberals and not as Republicans,” she says. “We have to protect the foundation of this country, and acceptance. If you’re preaching acceptance, accept immigrants, accept Muslims, accept everybody.”