During The Hunger Games: Catching Fire press tour, Jennifer Lawrence took a stand on how women are portrayed in the media and a backhanded comment about the “Fashion Police” was thrown in there to drive home the point.
It brought the ire of Joan Rivers who went off on Twitter and now Kelly Osbourne had some words for J-Law.
Hollyscoop caught up with Kelly at the Jaguar F-Type Coupe Launch Party in LA where she shared her reflections on the remarks.
“I don't think famous people are good for society because it puts everybody on a pedestal that other people believe they have to live up to,” Kelly said exclusively to Hollyscoop. “But you know what I love? The fact that Jennifer Lawrence is a woman with strong opinions and good morals. It’s just when you get a little bit older, you realize what is right and what is wrong and if you can't have a sense of humor about yourself in this industry then you shouldn’t be in it.”
As you can see, Kelly’s words are a lot more tepid than Joan's, and while she agrees with Jennifer overall, she thinks she still has some learning to do.
“But you know what she's not wrong about what she said,” Kelly continued, “it's just she doesn’t have the wisdom to be right about it—if that makes sense—neither do I.”