Jennifer Lawrence thinks 'fat shaming' should be censored like swearing on TV

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Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence has reignited her debate with Fashion Police's Joan Rivers

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Jennifer Lawrence thinks it should be against the law to call another person fat on television.

The Hunger Games actress wasn't afraid to reignite her feud with outspoken Fashion Police presenter, Joan Rivers, in an explosive interview with American chat show host Barbara Walters.

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As the conversation got a little *a lot* heated, J-Law admitted, "And the word fat, I just think it should be illegal to call someone fat on TV. I mean, if we're regulating cigarettes and sex and cuss words, because of the effect they have on our younger generation, why aren't we regulating things like calling people fat?"

Maybe she has a point?

But critics are already on the defensive claiming J-Law once called herself too "fat for Hollywood" in a TV interview. Cue cries of hypocrisy.

Check out J-Law's interview in the video and decide for yourself...



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