Jennifer Lawrence wardrobe malfunction at Saks holiday lighting ceremony
Jennifer Lawrence has no hard feelings about her wild wardrobe malfunction during the Saks Fifth Avenue holiday lighting ceremony.
The Oscar winner, 33, debuted the Dior “Carousel of Dreams” holiday window displays in New York City on Monday when her belt suddenly dropped to the floor.
The “Hunger Games” actress burst out laughing and nervously shrieked: “I’m so sorry, that was so loud, my belt popped off!”
When her emotions subsided, she went on with her speech and revealed the colorful and festive windows.
Lawrence — who has been an ambassador for Dior since 2012 – was decked out in the luxury fashion brand for her appearance.
She rocked diamond jewelry, a black coat and a white button-down blouse.
Woman’s Wear Daily caught the spontaneous moment and shared a clip via Instagram of Lawrence, who also famously fell at the 2013 Oscars while walking up the stairs to accept her Best Actress award.
Fans doubled over in hilarity over the instance, with one fan commenting: “She always gets stuck with the awkward moments.”
“Chaotic,” a user quipped. “But Jen is too sweet and funny!” Another person chimed in: “If she would’ve never gestured, I wouldn’t have caught it.”
“NYC cab drivers showing about as much patience as her belt,” someone joked.
The “No Hard Feelings” actress’ little clothing mishap comes hot off the heels of the news if she would ever return to the “Hunger Games” franchise.
Lawrence led the franchise as Katniss Everdeen for all four installments from 2012 to 2015.
Producer Nina Jacobson disclosed that any further appearances by the “Silver Linings Playbook” star is up to “Hunger Games” book series author Suzanne Collins.
“If Suzanne has something to say, then she’ll write a book about it,” Jacobson, 58, told Yahoo! Entertainment earlier this month.
“Honestly, as much as I love Katniss, I think her story is complete,” she went on. “And I think that Suzanne feels that her story is complete.”
Jacobson continued: “But if that changes, and Suzanne has something she wants to say, and it involves Katniss, then I would be thrilled.”
“But really, any chance to be back in this world, and lead with [director Francis Lawrence] and Suzanne, I would take regardless of who it was about,” she noted.
Francis, 52, who directed every single “Hunger Games” film, echoed the producer’s sentiments, saying: “If for whatever reason she had some thematic idea that made sense to tell another Katniss story, I’d be in, and then I’m sure Jen would be in.”
“But it really all comes from theme and idea, and Suzanne,” he said.