Oscar 2018 : Jennifer Lawrence overcomes all 'Hurdles' to reach Meryl Streep

Writer James Ivory poses in the press room with the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for `Call Me by Your Name,` during the 90th Annual Academy Awards on 4 Marc 2018 in Hollywood California

It's "peak Jennifer Lawrence", fans commented as photos of Lawrence's risky move during the 90th annual Academy Awards circulated online.

While holding her chilled glass of white wine, the "Red Sparrow" actress gracefully climbed over multiple rows of seats at the Dolby Theater - without a single spill. The Oscar victor reveals she had been drinking wine and shots on TV shows immediately before the screening, and was "hammered" as she faced the media. It's not long until Lawrence caught people's attention with her antics. Of course, the A-list guests put their best foot forward on the red carpet, but J-Law's BFF moment with fellow actress Emma Stone didn't go unnoticed by viewers either.

Going braless for showbiz bash, the 27-year-old starlet flashed more than just a smile as she happily posed for the paparazzi. This time, on the red carpet.

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Jennifer Lawrence climbing over seats at the Oscars. She tripped and attempted to grab onto a friend standing in front of her in hopes of breaking her fall. Sitting beside her at the award show, she was captured pulling Stone's leg when host Jimmy Kimmel mentioned last year's goof-up when La La Land, starring Stone, was mistakenly awarded the Oscar for best film.

When DeGeneres asked the star why she named her alter ego Gail, Lawrence replied, "I didn't".

". I think she's some sort of tortoise gambler. I don't always turn into this masculine alter-ego".

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