Jennifer Lawrence provided fans with a follow-up to her extraordinary encounter with Jack Nicholson in an interview on Monday's "Good Morning America."
Earlier this year, the "American Hustle" star was giving an interview during the Oscar Awards when Nicholson interrupted to congratulate her on winning Best Actress. The 76-year-old actor then explained that Lawrence looked "like a girlfriend of mine" to which Lawrence said, "Do I look like a new girlfriend?"
Nicholson coyly replied, "I thought about it!"
The exchange made headlines at the time, and today, Lawrence cleared up the aftermath of the brief introduction.
"He sent me flowers and a bottle of Cristal and a note that said, 'Missing you already," the 23-year-old star said on "GMA."
"Not to brag," she quipped.
The actress went on to joke that she "should have probably kept that a secret" only for herself and Nicholson to share.
Watch the video on YouTube here.
Lawrence also shared her reaction to Julia Roberts' finding her "too cool" to be America's new sweetheart.
"That's so cool, Julia Roberts talking about me," Lawrence replied.
Meanwhile, the actress was named 2013's Entertainer of the Year by the Associated Press on Monday. It was revealed that Lawrence topped Miley Cyrus by just one vote for the coveted award.
Lawrence is best known for her role as Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" box-office franchise, but she earned the Best Actress Oscar for her role in "Silver Linings Playbook" alongside Bradley Cooper.
The starlet has also broken into the fashion world- she is the face of Dior and made waves with her recent pixie haircut, which she referred to as the "weirdest thing ever."
Lawrence explained that she had received a news alert from CNN about her own haircut.
"That was seriously the weirdest thing that has ever happened to me in my entire life," she said. "This kind of scrutiny. Can you imagine, getting your haircut and then finding out about it on the news?"
Looking ahead to next year, the actress will appear in films "The Glass Castle" as well as "Burial Rites."