Jennifer Lawrence may have wowed in a red Dior gown at last night's Golden Globes, but her behaviour throughout the night didn't get quite the same level of praise.
The actress, who scooped the Best Actress In A Musical Or Comedy award for her role in Joy, publicly hit out at a reporter for using his phone in the Press Room.
Interrupting the reporter midway through his question, Jennifer said, "You can’t just live your life behind your phone bro. You can’t do that, you’ve gotta live in the now."
— Variety (@Variety) January 11, 2016
When the interviewer, who didn't appear to have English as his first language, tried again to ask how Jennifer felt about her chances for the Oscars, she interrupted once more to say, "We're at the Golden Globes, if you put your phone down you would no that."
Cue nervous laughter from the assembled press – and a fair few angry tweets:
Please, Jennifer Lawrence, ask a Spanish speaking actor/actress a question in Spanish. Just off the top of your head, no phone. Please.
— Gabby Alfaro (@gabbypatty8) January 11, 2016
Jennifer Lawrence doesn't come over well at all calling out reporter for reading off phone.English clearly not first language&interrupts him
— Felicity Morse (@FelicityMorse) January 11, 2016
Another reporter stepped in to defend the actress though, saying she was well within her rights to complain:
I was in the press room w/ Jennifer Lawrence. She did NOT bully that reporter. He was not reading questions off of his phone. #GoldenGlobes
— Chris Trondsen (@ChrisTrondsen) January 11, 2016
It didn't seem to be Jen's night in terms of pleasing the press, however.
Earlier in the night, the actress' oh-so awkward interaction with Katy Perry during an E! interview on the red carpet had also raised eyebrows for some viewers:
Press room just burst out laughing at that awkward interview with Jennifer lawrence on the red carpet… What happened there #GoldenGlobes
— Anousha (@anoushasakoui) January 11, 2016
— Alina (@lynn_with_an_A) January 11, 2016
We doubt Jennifer lost too much sleep over the criticism though – she was no doubt too busy celebrating her huge win.