Jennifer Lawrence And Some Hollywood Bro Ordered Pizza Delivery TWICE In Five Hours

This gossip item in the New York Daily News is so stupid that I had to blog about it. Jennifer Lawrence was recently spotted chillin at the Beverly Hills home of “handsome” film producer and director Gabe Polsky, the director of hockey documentary Red Army. Who gives a shit, right? Well, I do because the Daily News says the couple reportedly ordered pizza TWICE in a five hour hang sesh on Friday night:

Lawrence, who visited Polsky’s home with her dog in tow, had a brief scare when her pup ran out on the street, the source said. But to the actress’ relief, Polsky came to the rescue and retrieved her pet. The two were spotted hanging out at his residence for about five hours, with Lawrence departing later that night.

They ordered a couple of pizzas and about 30 minutes later another delivery man came with more pizza,” the source said.

“They definitely weren’t in there reading scripts,” the insider noted. “They were having a good time.”


I have some pretty ridiculous delivery habits, but I don’t think I’ve ever had an occasion when hanging out with someone that I’ve needed to order pizza TWICE. So I’ve come up with some hypothetical reasons for why they may have ordered pizza twice. Four of them are related, two are not:

1. They were really, really high.

2. Cosmos is on Netflix now.

3. “Dude… have you ever synched up The Wizard of Oz with Dark Side Of The Moon?”

4. Vape is the 2014 word of the year.

5. J-Law is a ranch-on-pizza type of gal, Polsky is not.

6. Lawrence is, sadly, a vegan in her personal life and Polsky’s first order was a meat-lover’s supreme pie.


I’ll just assume it’s a combination of all of the above, with the exclusion of #6. Fuck #6.

Pizza, man. Pizza rules.

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