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Video: Jennifer Lawrence Tells Jimmy Kimmel That Her Breasts Are Uneven

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Jennifer Lawrence is rapidly becoming everyone in the world's favorite actress, not just because she crushes it in every single movie she's in, but because she doesn't give a fuuuuck about what you or anyone else thinks about her.

To wit: In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel last night, Lawrence revealed utterly without prompting that her breasts aren't symmetrical.

"I just went to the doctor today, I got a chest x-ray of my lungs," she said, "and discovered that my breasts are uneven."

Lawrence disclosed this information after Kimmel simply asked if she was feeling OK after having been sick. She wasn't asked for specifics about her proportions, or what she likes or dislikes about her body -- she just unloaded that shit of her own accord.

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And this is why everyone loves her.

Lawrence has been making the rounds on late night television promoting "Silver Linings Playbook," for which she already won a Golden Globe for Best Actress, and is nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award.

However the Oscars turn out, she's already won our hearts.