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WATCH: Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt roast each other on air

/ 04:09 PM December 13, 2016

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt decided to put their friendship in a silly verbal duel.

In a guesting on BBC Radio 1, the “Passengers” co-stars faced each other in a game called  “Playground Insults,” wherein players take turns in hurling insults until one loses it and chuckles.


The two mocked each other with hilarious insults ranging from Lawrence’s role in “X-Men Apocalypse” and “Joy” to their sex scenes in the upcoming film “Passengers.”

Pratt, 37, asked Lawrence intriguing questions like, “How does it feel being in the stupidest Marvel movie?”, “Why did they call it ‘Joy’?” and “I recently told you that you act like Adele sings. I hate Adele.”

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To defend herself, Lawrence, 26, wrenched Pratt’s lack of an Oscar award and his “poor” acting skills. “You are so bad in acting that the cast of ‘Saved by the Bell’ feel sorry for you,” she said.

“You are so stupid that your 3-year-old son has probably taught you everything you know,” Lawrence continued. She threw other insults to her co-star such as, “You are so dumb that I consciously make an effort not to use compound words or words more than three syllables,” and “You are so old that your publicist is a registered nurse.”

Pratt “knocked out” Lawrence in the segment when he launched a below-the-belt insult regarding their sex scene in “Passengers.”  Gianna Francesca Catolico


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