‘Hunger Games’ Star Jennifer Lawrence Talks About Crapping Herself on ‘Letterman’ (Video)

Jennifer Lawrence on "The Late Show with David Letterman" (Photo: CBS)

By Tim Kenneally

Jennifer Lawrence would seem to be lead a pretty charmed life, but sometimes things can be downright crappy for her.

Lawrence, whose “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is poised to rake in boatloads of cash at the box office, dropped in at “Late Show With David Letterman” on Wednesday to discuss a range of topics, including a recent illness that created quite the messy situation for her.

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“I thought I had an ulcer, and it turns out it was a fulcer,” Lawrence told Letterman. “I just had this really bad pain for, like, three weeks, and you can only s*** your pants so many times a day before you have to go to the emergency room, before you’re like, ‘I need to go to the hospital.”

“It’s like talking to Helen Hayes!” Letterman quipped.

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That wasn’t the only bit of over-sharing that Lawrence did during the sitdown. The actress also told Letterman about undergoing a procedure “an endescopo-something” (it’s a real medical term, look it up), and her initial condition as she began to emerge from her anesthesia-induced stupor.”

“The first lucid conversation I remember having was about the Kardashians,” Lawrence recalled. “And then I put my hand on the anesthesiologist’s chest and said, ‘Will you please just promise me something? Will you promise me that you’ll watch ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’?”

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