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Jennifer Lawrence continues to be instantly meme-able
Who wore it better: J-Law or the Internet?
At last night’s Golden Globes, Jennifer Lawrence once again captured our hearts by giving an awkward acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress for American Hustle. She then further sealed the deal by photobombing Taylor Swift, then joking that she was going to push her down the stairs. Acting!
However, her black-and-white Christian Dior gown made the rounds on Twitter and Instagram last night, inspiring countless humans and animals to replicate the look under the hashtag #lawrencing. Arrow and Teen Wolf star Colton Haynes indulged his own version of Who Wore It Better, by replicating the photobomb look:
And then everyone found an old comforter and started #lawrencing:
— Ari Solomon (@VeganAri) January 13, 2014
— HuffPostUK Pic Desk (@HuffPostUKPics) January 13, 2014
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) January 13, 2014
— Gui Moraes (@guiimooraes) January 13, 2014
— Sugarscape (@sugarscape) January 13, 2014
The #lawrencing hashtag was created after Lawrence tripped on the stairs during the Oscars last year, on her way to an acceptance speech for Best Actress, and Twitter began recreating that scene as well. The dress meme has even carried over into the morning show circuit. Lawrence is currently a model for Dior, so it seems like their brand synergy plan worked out.
Photo via Adam Rifkin/Flickr
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.