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Jennifer Lawrence and Joan Rivers' feud is showing no signs of slowing down.
Fashion Police host Joan, who is known for her snarky one-liners making fun of the way celebs look, recently took swipes at Hunger Games actress Jennifer's red carpet fashion choices. The Oscar winner struck back, saying that shows like Joan's hurt women's self-esteem.
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"I just think it should be illegal to call somebody fat on TV," the 23-year-old said during an interview on Barbara Walters' annual Most Fascinating People special. "If we're regulating cigarettes, and sex, and cuss words, because of the effect it has on our younger generations, why aren't we regulating things like calling people fat?"
But Joan doesn't think Jen has a point. The comedienne shot back, "I love that she’s telling everyone how wrong it is to worry about retouching and body image, and meanwhile, she has been touched up [a lot]. Look at her posters!" She later added that she thinks Jennifer needs to "grow up."
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However, the American Hustle star is far from the first celeb to take issue with Joan's legendary snark. Here are a few of her harshest comments from the past:
On Britney Spears: "I can’t wait for her career to be over so she can serve me coffee at a 7-11. She’s such white trash."
On Chelsea Handler: "Whatever she is, she’s a drunk. I don’t wish her good luck, I don’t wish her bad luck. I don't think she's particularly funny."
On Adele: "You could easily pick Adele's [Oscar] statuette out of a lineup, it was the only one wearing Spanx."
On Katie Holmes: "Katie Holmes is not a very good actress. Did you see her try and play John F. Kennedy's wife? She was so bad he shot himself in it."
On Heidi Klum: "The last time a German looked this hot was when they were pushing Jews into the ovens."