We've learned some remarkable things during Jennifer Lawrence's guest presenting slot on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Firstly, we were treated to a rare insight into her drunken shenanigans at the Kardashian household. Now the X-Men star has demonstrated her willingness to have a laugh at her own expense, and to be fair the results really are hilarious.

Yes, she might be one of the most famous and successful actresses in Hollywood at the moment, but she's also fully prepared to make fun of herself and her career. Take a look at the clip below, where she accosts unsuspecting strangers by bursting out of a door into the middle of an LA street.

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At first, she asked people what they thought about her, which drew some revealing answers, especially from the few that had absolutely no idea who she was. Jen took it all in her stride, though, and didn't seem too upset.

She then began asking people to name five movies she'd been in. And never mind the fact that you could probably cheat slightly and name the four parts of The Hunger Games - which, let's not forget, is one of the highest grossing movie franchise of all time - and you'd be well on your way, because some people couldn't even remember she'd been in that series.


Perhaps they were just too overwhelmed by being put on the spot by the star herself, but not one single person - even those giddy with excitement that the 27 year-old actress was RIGHT IN FRONT THEM - could name five of her films.

"The point was to put them on the spot and humiliate myself," said Lawrence to the studio audience. "And guess what? Both happened!"

Still, somebody did save the day eventually - the show's own Guillermo, who named five of the actress' films right off the bat. Even Lawrence was visibly surprised - and just a teeny bit delighted - that he managed it.

Words: Mischa Pearlman

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