Having just one compromising photo of yourself get onto the internet is terrible.
But when you're an international celebrity and you have very intimate images being uploaded almost every hour, it would be horrific. That's what happened to a few actor and models during the infamous 2014 iCloud hack, one of which was Jennifer Lawrence.
The 27-year-old has spoken about what it was like when the situation was unfolding, likening it to being 'gang-banged by the fucking planet', but she's opened up about how it affected her mental health and relationships.
Speaking to the Mirror, the Red Sparrow actor said: "There was a long period when I didn't want to be seen sexually and I didn't want anybody to see my flesh. There were things that made me uncomfortable.
"I am in the single mode where I am like, 'Cool, I can do whatever I want and I can be alone and watch terrible TV'.
"And then, of course, in a few months I will be devastatingly lonely and feel like I'm on some long waiting list. But I am not there yet."
She adds that while many people have this theory that celebrities' lives are a non-stop party, J Law's is actually very subdued. Lawrence describes her social life as 'very boring' and the rest of her life is 'pretty normal'.
"I sit around outside my house with my friends and drink wine, and that hasn't really changed. I don't like to go out," she says.
Jennifer became a bit of a target on social media at the weekend after seemingly being rude to BAFTAs host Joanna Lumley.
The 71-year-old former Ab-Fab actor kicked off the night by welcoming some of the big-name stars that were in attendance, but then moved on to welcome J Law by saying: "Who better to kick the whole evening off than the hottest actress on the planet - soon to be seen in Red Sparrow, it's the ravishing Jennifer Lawrence."
The Oscar winner sauntered onto the stage, paused until the applause died down and then said: "That was a bit much, but thank you Joanna."
Lawrence was labelled a lot of things when she called out Lumley on stage, but she's finally revealed why she bit back.
She's told Ronan Keating on Magic Radio: "So behind the stage, Joanna and I are both about to go out she was going to present to me and I was just like 'Adjective after adjective, just tall, beautiful'. I'm just say that I'm this and that and she was like 'Alright darling'.
"So it was an inside joke.
"So she went on and said all these really nice things about me and then when I got up the podium I was like, 'That was a bit much', like after I just spent all backstage telling her how to be really nice to me and then everybody thought I was being rude."
Jennifer says she would have felt awkward if she didn't say anything back to Lumley on stage because she worried people would think she was up herself.
While it's probably exactly what went down between them, choosing to chuck out a cheeky personal joke on the stage of the BAFTAs, which is being watched by millions of people, is a pretty silly thing to do.
Obviously, no one would get the joke and automatically assume you were just being rude.
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