Jennifer Lawrence wears green pregnancy dress and pink platforms

On November 17th, Jennifer Lawrence attended Netflix Do not seek LA Tastemaker screening at Ross House in Los Angeles, California, wearing a bright green mini dress for maternity wear, with long sleeves and a mock turtleneck. Her long blonde hair was let down, rippling over her shoulders, and at her feet was a pair of strappy pink shoes with wide heels.

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Lawrence was interviewed the same evening in front of a crowd of BAFTA voters, Variety reports, and was joined on stage by Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep and director, screenwriter and producer Adam McKay after a screening of the film. The film was co-written by Taura Stinson, Ariana Grande and Scott Mescudi, better known as Kid Cudi. The latter two also have roles in the film, and Lawrence claims that she completely “fucked up” her meeting with Grande.

“She can’t make bad music,” she exclaimed. “Since then, I have reflected on my behavior with Ariana Grande. I became the winner of the eventing radio competition. I was so excited and nervous that at one point I walked into his hotel room and sat down. I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately. There were all these trunks for her hair and her makeup, and I was like, “Do you live here?”

MaKay joked that Grande “didn’t like” Lawrence.

The actress is currently expecting her first baby with her husband Cooke Maroney. Her pregnancy was confirmed in September, and a source said People when she “couldn’t wait” to be a mom.

“Jen has wanted to start a family for a long time and has found a perfect partner that she loves, respects and enjoys being with her,” the source said. “She enjoys married life and they have a solid foundation for a baby. She is very happy and can’t wait to be a mom … She loves her job and it will continue. Like other actors, she will balance her career and her life as a wife and mother. She will do it well. Jen is grounded and ready to parent because she enjoys family life.

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