JENNIFER LAWRENCE NEVER DISSED MERYL STREEP
As a seasoned homosexual, I’m upset with the New York Times' Alessandra Stanley for not recognizing that Jennifer Lawrence saying, “I beat Meryl,” in her Golden Globes acceptance speech was a diss against Meryl. In fact, she was simply quoting the “The First Wives Club.”
"It wasn’t the first time she’s flouted awards-show etiquette: At the Golden Globes, she began her acceptance speech by dissing Meryl Streep. (Mr. MacFarlane referred to the gaffe in a joke, saying that he heard Ms. Lawrence say that win or lose, “it’s just an honor that Meryl Streep wasn’t nominated.”) It could be a rebellious streak in her, but mostly it’s a reminder of how young and unworldly some stars are, despite all the coaching, minders and Dior gowns.”
(I apologize for the video, some other seasoned homosexual with poor digital video experience decided to actually film the scene rather than upload it)
Thank you, I will now return to the land of people who get irrationally angry over things that do not matter.