Jennifer Lawrence Says She Wants To Be Buried Beside David O. Russell

Seems like a typical way for JLaw to express her love.

Jennifer Lawrence took home the award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night.

The actress won for her role as Joy Mangano, the inventor of the Miracle Mop, in "Joy." During her speech, Lawrence, 25, thanked director and three-time collaborator David O. Russell for choosing her to star in the film. 

"Thank you for choosing me, thank you for your brilliance, thank you for teaching me so much," she said. "You make movies like you don't even care if anyone sees them." 

The actress then went on to express her love in a way only she could. As she started walking off stage, she admitted, "I want us to be buried next to each other, I really do." 

We'll probably never fully understand the depth of their relationship, but seeing as JLaw has won a Golden Globe for every one of her roles in a David O. Russell film, we'd probably want to stick with him forever, too. 

Lawrence beat Lily Tomlin, Melissa McCarthy and Maggie Smith for the award, as well as her BFF and new collaborator Amy Schumer, who was nominated for her role in "Trainwreck." 

The duo are currently working on a film of their own, in which they'll star as sisters. Maybe we'll see a repeat of their stage antics next year. 

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