Jennifer Lawrence Met Her Idol Yesterday And Her Face Was The Best Thing Ever

Jennifer Lawrence Met Her Idol Yesterday And Her Face Was The Best Thing Ever

The actress couldn't believe her luck when she bumped into Bill Murray.

Jennifer Lawrence had a pretty memorable time at Comic-Con yesterday.

The actress was at the annual event in San Diego to promote The Hunger Games Mockingjay: Part 2 with Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth.

Wanting to look her best, Jennifer picked a figure-hugging dress with racy cut-out sides by Italian designer Giambattista Valli.

She wore her long blonde hair in summery waves and pinned the top section back for a low-key finish.

Jennifer just couldn’t resist showing the silly side of her personality as she took part in a chat with her handsome male co-stars.

She showed off her best moves by dancing over to her seat on the stage.

Once Jennifer had managed to regain composure, she told the audience she was feeling emotional that the film franchise had come to an end.

'I don't feel like it's happened yet,' she said. 'It's still such a big part of my life. These movies really did change my life.' 

Jennifer sounded particularly choked up when she talked about saying goodbye to her character Katniss Everdeen.

'The people who are in my life ... you guys challenged me. I love you. I think that the changes that happened in my life are so permanent that I don't think I'll ever really say goodbye to her. She feels like she's part of me.'

And if that wasn’t enough, the 24-year-old totally failed to keep her cool when she bumped into Bill Murray later on.

Acor and comedian Bill was more than happy to pose for pictures with Jennifer whose expression was totally priceless.

Take a look for yourself…

It’s not the first time Jennifer - who has talked about her admiration for Bill in the past - has been left at a loss for words after meeting another famous person.

Jennifer once ran away from Jeff Bridges on the red carpet and confessed to ‘freaking out’ when she was introduced to Taylor Swift. 

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