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24 photos of Jennifer Lawrence looking amazing in 2013

24 photos of Jennifer Lawrence looking amazing in 2013

JENNIFER LAWRENCE: The actress had a pretty killer 2013. Photo: Associated Press

Jennifer Lawrence had a pretty stellar 2013. Sure, it started a little rocky with her slip up the stairs at the Academy Awards but just moments later she took home an Oscar. The rest of the year she totally nailed it: she was named a top “babe” by GQ, and was among the best-dressed and highest-paid actresses. Between big hair in “American Hustle” and epic fights in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” J-Law did it all while being her quirky, talented, beautiful self. We all want to be her best friend … here are xx photos that prove why.

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