Jennifer Lawrence Apparently Revealed Her Baby’s Gender During The Ellen DeGeneres Show’s Last Appearance

Jennifer Lawrence Apparently Revealed Her Baby’s Gender During The Ellen DeGeneres Show’s Last Appearance

Ellen DeGeneres has seemingly revealed that Jennifer Lawrence recently gave birth to a baby boy during the actress’ last appearance on her talk show Monday.

During their conversation, Ellen, 64, referred to the baby – whose name has not yet been revealed – as “him”.

The 31-year-old Oscar-winning actress also admitted to her friend that she imagined the two sitting down for a TV conversation while “in the bathroom” during her Kentucky debut.

Surprise baby: Ellen DeGeneres has apparently revealed that Jennifer Lawrence, 31, recently gave birth to a baby boy during the actress' last appearance on her talk show on Monday;  seen in 2019 in New Jersey

Surprise baby: Ellen DeGeneres has apparently revealed that Jennifer Lawrence, 31, recently gave birth to a baby boy during the actress’ last appearance on her talk show on Monday; seen in 2019 in New Jersey

Ellen opened the segment by recounting Jennifer’s admission that she used to imagine going it big and being interviewed by her while relaxing in the bathroom.

“Not to brag, but we’re neighbours,” she added. The Dark Phoenix actress currently lives in a house next to the comedian, which Ellen previously owned before moving next door.

The talk show host shared that Jennifer told her about her bathroom fantasies while getting ready for the interview.

“When she was a kid in Kentucky, she used to sit on the toilet and pretend I was interviewing her,” Ellen recounted, before joking that the actress was “on her toilet in right now” as she called him on the phone.

Early days: The talk show host shared that Jennifer told her about her bathroom fantasies while preparing for the interview.

Early days: The talk show host shared that Jennifer told her about her bathroom fantasies while preparing for the interview. “When she was a kid living in Kentucky, she used to sit on the toilet and pretend I was interviewing her,” Ellen said.

Out of sight: “I guess you're home because you have a baby and you can't be here.  You're in the bathroom with the baby,' Ellen joked while chatting on the phone with Jennifer

Out of sight: “I guess you’re home because you have a baby and you can’t be here. You’re in the bathroom with the baby,’ Ellen joked while chatting on the phone with Jennifer

Once she got Jennifer on the phone, Ellen reminded her that it had been “ten years” since she was last on the show.

“I always imagined that I would interview you on the toilet. And then you never told me that when you were here, Ellen opened. “I guess you’re home because you have a baby and that you can’t be here. You’re in the bathroom with the baby.

Ellen also opened up about how Jennifer now lives in the house she lived in when she started hosting her talk show, which gave her a glimpse into the Silver Linings Playbook star’s new motherhood.

“By the way, I sometimes hear you talking to him, and it’s really cute,” she added, indicating that the actress shared a baby boy with husband Cooke Maroney.

Ellen also shared an impression of Jennifer’s baby talk.

The actress gave birth in February, after marrying the art gallery director in 2019.

“By the way, I sometimes hear you talking to him, and it’s really cute,” she added, indicating that the actress shared a baby boy with husband Cooke Maroney.

New mum: The actress gave birth in February, after marrying the art gallery director in 2019;  photographed in July 2021 in Paris

New mum: The actress gave birth in February, after marrying the art gallery director in 2019; photographed in July 2021 in Paris

The comedian then asked if Jennifer had ever imagined being interviewed by other celebrities while on the bathroom.

Oprah [Winfrey], obviously. A little of [David] Letterman,” she replied.

“But I was really on your show. So pretty much every time it was a number two, it was you,” she joked.

‘Wow! I’m honoured,’ Ellen said to laughter from the audience, before noting how much of a climb her friend had made.

“Being in Kentucky, sitting on the toilet pretending someone’s interviewing you, then ending up being a big superstar, and now being interviewed talking about sitting on the toilet pretending to be interviewed “, she said.

In the jeans: 'I was really into your show.  So pretty much every time it was a number two it was you,' Jennifer joked about Ellen's show

In the jeans: ‘I was really into your show. So pretty much every time it was a number two it was you,’ Jennifer joked about Ellen’s show

Rising Star:

Rising star: “Being in Kentucky, sitting on the toilet pretending someone’s interviewing you, then ending up being a big superstar, and now being interviewed talking about sitting on the toilet pretending to be interviewed,” Ellen reflects

“Yeah, I mean, I showed up really hard there. Perhaps that’s the lesson: take your time. Don’t rush,” Jennifer said, laughing at her double-mindedness.

Jennifer said she imagined the interviews from age 13 to 17, her “toilet training years”.

She imagined the host bombarding her with questions: “How did you get so pretty? You’re probably the prettiest person I’ve ever seen.” And I’d be like, ‘Oh come on, I’m definitely not the prettiest person you’ve ever seen.’

Jennifer ended the interview by admitting the project she most regretted missing out on.

“Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland,” she said. ‘Because I walked in and spoke with a British accent, thinking there was no way they would find out I wasn’t actually British. So when I didn’t get it, it felt like a failure on all sorts of fronts.

Missed: Jennifer regretted the most not being a cat in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland.  I walked in and spoke with a British accent, thinking there was no way they would find out I wasn't actually British.  So when I didn't get it, it felt like a failure on all kinds of fronts'

Missed: Jennifer regretted the most not being a cat in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. I walked in and spoke with a British accent, thinking there was no way they would find out I wasn’t actually British. So when I didn’t get it, it felt like a failure on all kinds of fronts’

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