J-Law’s telly idea is a shore-fire hit
JENNIFER LAWRENCE is hoping to make waves with her very own reality television show… called Break-Up Island.
J-Law, a self-confessed superfan of trash telly, has unveiled her plans to one day rule the small screen.
‘I have actually been toying with the idea of becoming a billionaire, and I’d like to start my own TV network,’ she revealed.
‘I am pretty much a television professional at this point, and I have a brilliant idea for a reality show called Break-Up Island.’
Hollywood’s highest-paid actress played the coy card, however, when pushed on the exact premise of the TV project. ‘I can’t tell you the details but there are very distinct cast members like The Bachelor, between the ages of 20 and 50, who you stay with and care about,’ Jen explained.
‘That’s all I’m willing to disclose about Break-Up Island because I really think it’s gonna happen. My agent was laughing at me when I told him, but I am clearly obsessed!’
The Oscar-winner has previously admitted she is addicted to reality series such as The Real Housewives Of… and Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Lawrence also delved into the details of her failed romance with 49-year-old film director Darren Aronofsky.
They met on the set of last year’s horror film Mother! but went their separate ways last November. ‘We have an amazing friendship that started before the movie, then we had a partnership with the movie, and then we had a romance that came from the movie,’ she said.
‘When you strip the romance away, we still have immense respect for each other. As cliché as it sounds, we were good to each other.’
Indeed, she wouldn’t rule out reuniting with her old flame on a movie set. ‘I read stuff all the time that I think would be perfect for Darren, and I think we’ll work together again,’ added J-Law, 27.
One film she may have enjoyed being a part of is the live-action remake of Beauty And The Beast, starring Emma Watson.
‘Thank you, Emma Watson, for Beauty And The Beast,’ she said. ‘I’ve seen it six or seven times. If anybody has any questions about it, come to me!’
After soaring to stardom in the Hunger Games franchise, Jen credits her friendships for keeping her feet on the ground.
‘If I was not living with a best friend at the time, I don’t know what would have happened,’ she told Vanity Fair. ‘Every day I came home, and it was the exact same: we’d talk about boy drama, and we’d talk about her [life].’
Author: Tom Stichbury