January 13th, 2014
02:32 PM ET
J. Law's Globes photobomb and the rise of #lawrencing
Photobombing a fellow famous celebrity is commonplace at awards shows these days, but - as usual - Jennifer Lawrence found a way to make the trend her own.
The actress, who won the Golden Globe for best supporting actress in a movie that night, arrived on the red carpet following Taylor Swift.
As the country/pop star was chatting with E!'s Ryan Seacrest, Lawrence took the opportunity to get in the frame - and make the moment unforgettable:
The Internet respects a pro photobomber, and there's now a #lawrencing trend thanks to her impromptu moment.
The key to #lawrencing is not just surreptitiously entering the frame but doing so while wearing both a menacing snarl and a white dress that looks like it's been haphazardly secured with black duct tape.
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Q: why is america not the greatest country in the world
A: people who say things like "#lawrencing"
This looks like last years Oscar gown with the addition of a couple of automotive fan belts. That looks needs to be returned to the ugly shop.