Almost a decade after Liam Hemsworth called out her bad breath due to eating "garlic and tuna fish" before kissing scenes in the Hunger Games films, Jennifer Lawrence got the last word in the online show Hot Ones.
"It wasn't intentional."
"It was just what I was eating, and then we'd kiss."
"He should get over it."
Lawrence and Hemsworth's fans were delighted to see the stars kissing on screen in the film franchise.
Hemsworth has called Lawrence "one of his best friends" in interviews. In an interview last year with The New York Times, she said she, Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson bonded during the filming.
"The boys and I would always go back to our hotel and just drink whiskey and get stoned....I don’t do it anymore, I’m a mom!"
People praised her for having a sense of humor about Hemsworth's remark.
Others just liked that she addressed it.
Some folks had suggestions for what to do next time.
Or made the obvious puns.
The nostalgia for Hunger Games is strong.
Lawrence is making a return to screen after concentrating on smaller, fewer projects since featuring in the Hunger Games and X-Men franchises.
Others are just here for the Jennifer Lawrence Renaissance.
Lawrence's new film—an R-rated sex comedy called No Hard Feelings—came out this past weekend.