Jennifer Lawrence is Nice to a Fan

Posted: November 14, 2013

JENNIFER LAWRENCE , temporary Philadelphian (when she was filming "Silver Linings Playbook" with Rydal's own  Bradley Cooper , who's still getting national props for his good behavior at the recent Germantown Academy 20-year reunion), wins all the contests.   

Walking the red carpet Monday night at the London premiere of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," the actress noticed a young woman in a wheelchair behind the security barricade, crying. Lawrence moved the metal fencing so she could have a moment with her fan.

The actress knelt down, had a chat, gave an autograph, got their picture taken and offered a heartfelt hug. Afterward, Lawrence had no comment about the encounter, because, obviously, she is a humble, normal, good (almost) Philly girl.

She also has a great new haircut.

Speaking of hair . . .

Bruce Jenner, oblivious to the obvious question, "Why did you do that to your face?" talked about his ponytail Monday night at the closing ceremony of Hollywood's All Sports Film Festival.

Jenner told UsWeekly that his age inspired him to grow out his tresses. "I turned 64 two weeks ago. . . . I still have hair to grow!" he exclaimed.

Future ex-wife Kris ( Kardashian) Jenner presented her long-locked Olympian former love with the "Legendary Athlete Award" the same evening, calling the father of 10 her "best friend," and saying, "We love you, Bruce!"

No word on whether she'll be growing out her signature pixie 'do to match.

Elsewhere in Kardashianland, TMZ reported that Jenner has been opening his Malibu pad's door to Lamar Odom, the troubled Clipper husband to stepdaughter Khloe. Jenner, who makes national appearances as a motivational speaker, has, the report said, been counseling Odom on the clean life. (Here's hoping the retired athlete doesn't introduce the NBA forward to his plastic surgeon.)

And, there's more! Yesterday, Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian (woe to ye families who give all your children names that begin with the same letter) called in to Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show.

The half sisters gushed to the wee media mogul about Kanye West's recent proposal to big sister Kim. West's question-pop involved bringing the whole big, happy family to San Francisco's AT&T Park on his bride-to-be's birthday, Oct. 21.

The wedding ask had the sisterly single onlookers in such shock, that they were - and this is an instance of us using the word "literally" to mean the opposite of "literally" - literally "sobbing on the floor."

Said 16-year-old Kylie: "We couldn't even move. We were like, 'Our lives suck! We're so happy for them, though!' "

To repeat: The 16-year-old millionaire said to her 29-year-old millionaire half sister: "Our lives suck. We're so happy for them, though!"

Justin time

Tati Neves, someone you'd never heard of until a few days ago, is extending her 15 secs. Last week, the Brazilian bodybuilder (and, apparently highly in-demand supermodel) posted a video of a peacefully slumbering Justin Bieber.

This week, the South American Snooki look-alike (or is it JWoww?) is splashed across Brit tab the Sun.

In perhaps the only story you'll ever hear from her, Neves said that the Biebs bedded her in Rio. She detailed their sleepover, saying that it began at a club, continued in-suite with slow dancing and got sealed by J.B.'s smoove line, "Mmm, I'd love to see you in a bikini."

Guess if you sell enough albums, you don't need to rely on originality.

Having dated seriously for a single night, Bieber's ex-apparent complimented the pop star's bod, prowess and man part.

That's how we know for sure her story is real.


Yesterday, Alec Baldwin cried in court during his testimony in the trial of his alleged stalker, Genevieve Sabourin. The judge, who was not Judith "Judy" Sheindlin, did not bleat, "Shut up!" when Sabourin screamed, "Wow, you're lying!" at Baldwin. Instead, Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Robert Mandelbaum scolded the accused for her outburst. Upon his exit from the courthouse, Baldwin was unkind to paparazzi. Who's telling the truth? Who are we to guess?

GQ named Justin Timberlake its "Man of the Year." The December issue's honorable mentions go to Kendrick Lamar , Matthew McConaughey , Will Ferrell and the late James Gandolfini .

- Daily News wire services contributed to this report.

Howard Gensler has the day off.

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