Jennifer Lawrence and Jimmy Fallon Compete in Ax-Throwing Contest

Jimmy loves it The Oscar winner made the comments during an appearance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday

Jennifer Lawrence recently tried ax throwing for the first time, and she loved it so much that she challenged Jimmy Fallon to a round of target practice on The Tonight Show Tuesday.

"I was horrified and shocked. My stomach dropped because I realized I had just seen the reunion which means they aren't filming and so I texted Andy (Cohen) and was like, 'Get a camera in Ramona's face right now", Lawrence said on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon". Page Six reported they even came to blows earlier this summer, when de Lesseps, 52, reportedly slapped her husband at a NY eatery.

"I went to a bar with one of my brothers in Kentucky called Flying Axes, and I threw axes and drank beer", she said to Fallon. I get really passionate.

She said she watches almost every version of the Real Housewives, and she and her friends even have a drinking game for Beverly Hills.

Her happy place Jennifer said Andy listens to her advice and the fate of one of the housewives may even be in her hands
Her happy place Jennifer said Andy listens to her advice and the fate of one of the housewives may even be in her hands

"With Beverly Hills, my friends and I have a drinking game of any time Lisa Renna says her husband's full name, Harry Hamlin...she always goes, 'Harry Hamlin's on his way, ' and we have a drinking game for that".

'You can look at someone else's life and say, "Well, obviously, you shouldn't marry that guy", and it makes you feel like God for 30 minutes, ' she said.

De Lesseps' seven-month marriage was plagued by reports of D'Agostino's infidelity. During a recent Watch What Happens Live! special, de Lesseps said she had blinders on, but "all of a sudden they came off".

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