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Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer Won’t Be Dress Twins, Dior Has No ‘Sense of Humor’

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Jennifer Lawrence squashed rumors (that she spread herself) of she and Amy Schumer's plans to wear the same exact dress to the Golden Globes Awards. Lawrence had previously told E! of her vision to be dress twins with Schumer. "We're going to try to figure out to wear the exact same thing," she said. "That's my mission. I really want us to wear the same thing."

Ever since The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 star signed a contract with the fashion house three years ago, she has worn their designs to almost every major premiere and awards show. She explained, "I'm just going to have to have Dior make two of whatever they're making for me."

During her recent appearance on Live! With Kelly and Michael, however, Lawrence backpedaled on her scheme to commit the ultimate red carpet fashion faux pax. "Well, I don't think we'll be able to," she said when co-host Michael Strahan asked about the plan. "I don't think Dior has a sense of humor," she said, before quickly adding, "They have a great sense of fashion!"

Lawrence and Schumer are competing against each other for Best Actress in a Comedy. Lawrence is nominated for her role in the upcoming Joy, in which she portrays Joy Mangano, the inventor of the Miracle Mop, while Schumer snagged hers for Trainwreck.

"As soon as I saw that we were both nominated, I took her right out of my phone because our friendship is obviously over," Schumer joked in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. The two actresses, who became fast friends since meeting earlier this year, are also working on a screenplay together in which they will play — what else? — sisters.