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Jennifer Lawrence talks about vomiting (and being scolded by Miley Cyrus) at Madonna’s Oscar party

Jennifer Lawrence, best supporting actress nominee for her role in "American Hustle," adjusts her Dior gown as she arrives at the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California March 2, 2014.


Jennifer Lawrence probably knew she had much too drink when she threw up at a party at Madonna's house on Oscar night.

No doubt that suspicion was confirmed when Miley Cyrus told her to get her act together.

The Hunger Games star has everyone talking following her revelation that she was inebriated on March 2 – the very same night she was up for an Academy Award for her role in the film American Hustle.

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The 23-year-old actress allegedly dished the startling story of her blurry night out during a recent taping of NBC's Late Night With Seth Meyers that will air May 21.

Lawrence was naturally front and centre in the audience at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the annual awards fete, which she attended with her friend Laura Simpson.

Lawrence may have lost in the category of Best Supporting Actress to 12 Years a Slave's Lupita Nyong'o, but that didn't stop her from celebrating up a storm at the after-party.

According to an audience member in attendance at the Late Night taping, Lawrence admitted to being "wasted" on Oscar night, especially at the post-show bash hosted by pop icon Madonna.

"Jen said she was so drunk, she puked on the stairs at Madonna's after-party," said the unidentified audience member.

And to add insult to injury: "Miley walked by and said something like, 'Get it together, girl!'"

In non-related news, Lawrence reportedly had nice things to say about fellow thespian Brad Pitt, with whom she appeared with in Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres' now-famous selfie.

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"Jen said he smelled like sandalwood," said the audience member. "She was so fun."

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