On Saturday night at the 2013 GLAAD Media Awards, Silver Linings Playbook actress Jennifer Lawrence showed off her new hairdo. She gave a speech on stage with famed Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and introduced former President of the United State, Bill Clinton. But at this fashionable event all eyes were on the young actress' blonde waves, and for good reason, too!
Instead of her long blonde locks or even her brunette look for The Hunger Games, we were treated to a new shorter haircut, complete with a waviness and unkempt look. Clearly already an attractive actress, the 22-year-old Academy Award winner's new cut hints at a certain sexiness and aloofness that everyone seems to be really enjoying after Saturday night's ceremony.
What do you think of her new haircut?
Here is a video clip of Miss Lawrence and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein honoring Bill Clinton at the 2013 GLAAD Media Awards with an adorable back -and-forth routine:
Although, Jennifer apparently messed up the former President's name when introducing him on Saturday, Mr. Clinton took it in stride, saying:
"I don't know why Harvey made Jennifer do that. She really was like 2-years-old when I became president. I met her backstage and she looked like she was touring the Museum of Natural History."
The former Commander-in-Chief then gave his own speech. Here is an excerpt:
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"It's sort of humbling when you get to be my age when your child knows more than you do about everything. Chelsea and her gay friends have modeled to me how we should all treat each other regardless of our sexual orientation or any other artificial difference that divides us. Many of them come and join us every Thanksgiving for a meal. I have grown very attached to them. And over the years, I was forced to confront the fact that people who oppose equal rights for gays in the marriage sphere are basically acting out of concern for their own identity, not out of respect for anyone else. You are the agents of change. I got this award tonight, because I was the object of your affection - or not, as the case may be. My daughter led me to support the marriage equality law in New York when we were debating it, and to oppose North Carolina's denial of marriage equality, and to do all these other things. So I want to thank her too. Thank you, GLAAD. Thank you, Chelsea."