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Looks like Jennifer Lawrence has created herself a new Oscars tradition—she falls for the second year in a row! Thanks for coming back to Clevver's Trophy Life, where we're giving you all the biggest moments from the 86th annual Academy Awards --like J. Laws newest tumble. Jennifer stepped out her car, and BOOM she tripped over a cone, you gotta see this.

The American Hustle nominated actress really can't be faulted here—she was excitedly waving to fans and didn't see that blaring orange cone in front of her. What a way to start off the dazzling night! Jennifer took it well, laughing hysterically right after the epic fall. But who was that poor girl that Jen grabbed onto in front of her—luckily looks like they knew each other. And even the police officer was concerned! Sporting a stunning bright red Dior gown and slicked back hair, Jen managed to walk the red carpet like a pro. We would just die to know what was going through her mind right after that happened! And we think it's safe to say this repeat J.Law spill is a moment that will have people talking for quite some time. And to make it better, or worse (not sure) the evening's host Ellen Degeneres joked about Jen's fall last year and this year in her opening monologue speech. Watch that, just click right here. Make sure you keep it here at Clevver for all your award show updates, I'm Misty Kingma- Jennifer Lawrence enthusiast.

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