Taylor Swift Responds to Jennifer Lawrence’s Photobomb at Grammys 2014: “Thanks for Making Terrifying Faces”

Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lawrence
On the red carpet of the Grammys 2014 on Jan. 26, Taylor Swift responded to Jennifer Lawrence's epic photobomb at the 2014 Golden Globes. "Thanks for making amazing, terrifying faces behind me," the singer said on the red carpet. Lester Cohen/WireImage; Steve Granitz/WireImage

Good sport! Two weeks after Jennifer Lawrence photobombed pal Taylor Swift at the 2014 Golden Globes, the 24-year-old singer shared her reaction to the hilarious viral moment.

Chatting with E!'s Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet, Swift said she thought the photobmb was "amazing." The country crooner, who is nominated for four Grammys this year, shared an on-camera message to good friend Lawrence for E! to share with the American Hustle actress at the upcoming 2014 Academy Awards.

"Thanks for your friendship and thanks for making amazing, terrifying faces behind me on camera when I'm trying to do an interview and not mess up!" Swift, looking gorgeous in a silver Gucci gown, said with a laugh. "Good luck. I hope you win. I hope you win everything all the time." 

Taylor Swift Grammy Awards 2014
Taylor Swift wore a Gucci gown at the 56th GrammyAwards at Staples Center in L.A. on Jan. 26. Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Lawrence, 23, snuck up behind Swift and made a funny face during her red carpet interview at the Golden Globes on Jan. 12. The Oscar-nominee later explained to Giuliana Rancic at the SAG Awards on Jan. 18 that she didn't know she was on camera

"I was joking with you guys," Lawrence said. "I didn't think you guys got it on live camera!"

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