Boulevard reviews the latest media coverage of the Oscar-winning Louisville native in our exclusive Jennifer Lawrence Diary™. Today’s news, rated on a scale of 1-5 stars:
For the second consecutive day, Boulevard’s foreign policy team is struck by the very British slant the Fleet Street tabloids bring to stories about one of the world’s most eligible single women. Lawrence, 25, is in London promoting the new “X Men: Apocalypse” for its May 18 release.
Let’s start with today’s Mirror headline: Jennifer Lawrence calls English men “good sausage” as she talks about finding love in London
It seems to have something to do with this Lawrence quote: “We are in London. There are still STDs in London. There is still some good sausage.”
Sausage we get. But STDs? Could that be “singles to date”? A typo for “studs”? Boulevard has searched the Internet, wondering if that’s British slang for something much more pleasant. All we can find is this icky quiz from McSweeny’s, and Urban Dictionary’s list — a favorite of which is “Snooki Transmitted Dumbness.”
The Mirror gets only one star, for leaving us distressingly confused. (And speaking of bad reviews . . . )