Olivia Wilde Is Honored That Jennifer Lawrence Puked During '1984'

Posted July 21, 2017

Out of all the ways Jennifer Lawrence reminds us she is human-the time she fell while walking up the Oscar steps, or nearly took down a fellow Academy Award attendee when tripping on the red carpet the following year-her latest move trumps everything. Several people saw her getting sick in the lobby.

The 33-year-old actress, who now stars in the Broadway adaptation of 1984, had the best response to the news that fellow actress Jennifer Lawrence threw up in the middle of her performance on Monday night.

Tom Sturridge, Olivia Wilde, and Tony victor Reed Birney portray the novel's characters Winston Smith, Julia, and O'Brien, respectively. The ushers helped escort her out of the dark theater to the lobby area, the source adds.

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While Page Six reports that the actress was forced to evacuate her seat to upchuck during a performance, a source told the outlet that she had "caught the stomach flu from her nephews".

"Sending my love to those 4 people who fainted in the audience", Wilde tweeted in May with the disclaimer, "Warning: this is not your grandma's Broadway". Sure, puking at a Broadway play is not an ideal situation, but J-Law has proven that she can handle embarrassment better than most, and we are reminded that Olivia Wilde is a sweet and caring person.

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However, the 26-year-old didn't lose her lunch because of Wilde's acting.

Whatever the reason for the reaction, Olivia Wilde was just thrilled to have Lawrence there and promised that she was welcome to puke at her plays any time she wants. During one night's production of the show, an argument broke out in the audience.

I'm not surprised, since this experience is unique, bold, and immersive.

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The play has made numerous audience physically and emotionally uncomfortable.