Jennifer Lawrence Says Jack Nicholson Sent Her a Bottle of Cristal After Oscar Win

12/24/2013 at 01:35 PM EST

Jennifer Lawrence Says Jack Nicholson Sent Her a Bottle of Cristal After Oscar Win
Jennifer Lawrence and Jack Nicholson
We all love Jennifer Lawrence's dishy oversharing. And we especially love it when her stories involve Hollywood legend Jack Nicholson.

As you might recall, The Shining star, 76, sweetly stunned the newly minted Oscar winner, 23, earlier this year while she was talking to Good Morning America last spring.

And now we learn their interaction didn't end there.

"He sent me flowers and a bottle of Cristal and a note that said, 'Missing you already,' " she shared on GMA this week, before quickly interjecting, "Not to brag."



Then, in classic JLaw style, she immediately seemed to regret what she said – sort of.

"I should have probably kept that a secret so it could just be between me and Jack," she said, providing an inflection to his name that pretended they are BFFs. (In reality, she admits they haven't actually spoken since the Oscars.)



Nicholson isn't the only A-lister who seems tickled by Lawrence's quirky sweetness. Julia Roberts also weighed in on the American Hustle star, telling MTV News last month that she's too cool to be America's Sweetheart.

When GMA told Lawrence about Roberts's comments, she responded, "Wow, that's so cool," before saying dreamily, "Julia Roberts talked about me!"

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