Jennifer Lawrence Googles ugly photos of herself

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JENNIFER Lawrence searches for "ugly" pictures of herself online.

The 'Hunger Games' beauty has admitted she sometimes can't help seeing what people think of her on Google or social media.

She joked: "You try being 22, having a period and staying away from Google. I once Googled 'Jennifer Lawrence Ugly.' Do I sound bitchy?"

And of growing up in the public eye, she added: "I find a certain peace by thinking of me in public as sort of an avatar self. You out there can have the avatar me. I can keep me.

"And I just try to acknowledge that this scrutiny is stressful, and that anyone would find it stressful. So I've got to try to let it go, and try to be myself, and focus on important things, like picking up dog poop."

The 25-year-old star celebrated her birthday with a party last month, where her friends managed to organise for 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star Kris Jenner to make an appearance.

Speaking about her party and the big "surprise", she told the New York Times newspaper: "I would love to talk about this. My two best friends planned a surprise birthday with a big surprise within the surprise. So I'm there, and people start singing Happy Birthday.

"Kris Jenner comes out holding my cake. It was the closest I've ever come to losing consciousness. I had no idea! I'd never met her before, but we've always watched 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians'. And then Kris Jenner and I sang 'Build Me Up Buttercup' on karaoke and took that picture."  

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