Actress Jennifer Lawrence grabbed a lot of attention for her Oscar-nominated role as a teenage daughter of a meth-addicted mother in Winter's Bone -- but now she's gaining attention for something slightly more jaw-dropping.
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the 20-year-old joked that though she now lives in Los Angeles, her childhood in Kentucky means that "little redneck things still come out." Including "I'm attracted to my brother. Stuff like that."
Well okay then!
After losing out to Kristen Stewart for the part of Bella in the Twilight series, Lawrence, who got her start in a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup commercial at 14, was cast in the indie hit Winter's Bone.
The Oscar nominee for Best Actress jokes that she hasn't prepared a winning speech, but "I have been practicing my losing face."
You'll see her face--winning or losing--next in X-Men: First Class, where she plays the mutant Mystique, a role which required her to don blue skin and go topless. She'll also appear in the new Mel Gibson/Jodie Foster movie, The Beaver.