After fans of Jennifer Lawrence expressed their outrage over the actress sporting a revealing dress while posing for pictures out in the cold, the star reacted and called the whole thing 'utterly ridiculous.' Her request to the people bothered by it was simple - 'chill!'
For the occasion, Lawrence selected a stunning Versace number with plunging neckline and hip-high slit.
The photo quickly went viral as people opined that this was just another example of inequality in the entertainment industry.
The actress caught wind of the conversation and quickly dismissed the assumptions and sexist comments with a lengthy message on her Facebook page.
"This is not only utterly ridiculous, I am extremely offended", the Oscar victor wrote on Facebook. I was outside for five minutes. "Could one of them maybe have shrugged off their fisherman-inspired wear and given Lawrence a dang coat?" Jezebel pondered.
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"Yesterday, on the balcony, seemed like a lose-lose situation because if Jennifer wore jeans and a coat I'm sure somebody else would have criticised her, " he said.
"At some point it seemed like the weather was blamed because it was the optics, plus the weather, plus the four of us in our outfits; the sum total of all of it was like a f**king worldwide incident!"
Much of the "shaming" took place on Twitter, a site of frequent outrage, and one that Lawrence has spoken against in the past.
"I didn't realize he was so young", she added.
But Lawrence, who's never been a shrinking violet, took to Facebook to call out those pontificating about her perceived subjugation, referring to all of the ado as the "not feminism". Over-reacting about everything someone says or does, creating controversy over silly things such as what I choose to wear or not, is not moving us forward. It's creating silly distractions from real issues.