Apparently Joan Rivers didn't get the memo that Jennifer Lawrence is America's sweetheart.

Following their feud in November, when prompted by Page Six to divulge her New Year's resolutions, the "Fashion Police" star and longtime comedian said her goal for 2014 was to help actress Jennifer Lawrence "grow up." The harsh words follow a comment the 23-year-old "Catching Fire" actress made about how shows like Rivers', which sometimes bash others' physical appearances, should be "illegal." 

Rivers fired back at the Oscar winner Wednesday, saying, "My New Year’s resolution is [ensuring] Jennifer Lawrence grows up and realizes how lucky she is and calms down.”

The 80-year-old comedian went on to call Lawrence a hypocrite for blasting her show, which critiques celebrities' red-carpet attire, for being "humiliating."

"I love that she’s telling everyone how wrong it is to worry about retouching and body image, and meanwhile, she has been touched up more than a choir boy at the Vatican," said Rivers. "Look at her posters: She doesn’t have a nose, she has two holes. She just has to learn, don’t talk if you’re doing it," she added.


Lawrence first shared her thoughts on Rivers' popular E! program during journalist Barbara Walters' "Most Interesting People" TV special earlier this month. According to the actress, the media needs to take "responsibility" and consider making the word "fat" illegal to say on national television. 

"All of a sudden, being funny is making fun of the girl that's wearing an ugly dress," Lawrence said. "And the word fat! I just think it should be illegal to call somebody fat on TV. If we're regulating cigarettes and sex and cuss words because of the effect it has on our younger generation, why aren't we regulating things like calling somebody fat?"

Despite twice slamming the actress, famous for her role as protagonist Katniss Everdeen in the dystopian "The Hunger Games" film franchise, Rivers did have kind words for Lawrence's acting abilities. "She's an amazing actress," Rivers told Page Six, adding, "She's the next Meryl Streep."