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Chloe Sevigny of “American Horror Story: Asylum,” had some choice words for fellow actress Jennifer Lawrence, and it would appear as though there isn’t any love between the two. In an interview which was originally with V magazine she explained how and why, she isn’t the biggest fan of Lawrence or what she is doing as an actress. Jennifer Lawrence made her mark as a major movie star when she headlined “The Hunger Games” movie series, which has a large volume of fans – much like Lawrence herself.

Sevigny said in her interview, “I like Emma Stone. Whenever she’s herself she’s really cute,” in response to a question that asked which actresses she loves, and which she doesn’t love as much. To answer the second half of that question Sevigny went on the offensive saying, “Jennifer Lawrence I find annoying. Too crass.”

Interestingly she downplayed her own ceiling as an actress pointing out that she doesn’t really have the “star quality” that so many look for in Hollywood. She said, “So much is about marketing and selling the product. They’ll have a really peppy funny girl on the talk show rounds, and everybody adores her and loves her and wants to be her or f— her.” She went on to explain how that ultimately drives more people to the theatre, or to their TV screen at night to watch a show that really delivers at that level.

Actors and actresses though, just like people living the non-Hollywood life, all have people that either rub them the wrong way – or people that they like for one reason or another. This is definitely somewhat surprising since celebrities across the board seem to like Jennifer Lawrence universally, this isn’t something that should really be a factor in how people receive either star. Sevigny may not have any long-term plans of becoming an A-lister, but she is a part of a seriously successful TV franchise right now – and that certainly isn’t working against her. She even pointed out that she feels she doesn’t have “the charisma” that is required to be the level star that exists in major productions – like “The Hunger Games.”