Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence, photographed at the premiere of her latest film "Joy" in New York City on Dec. 13, 2015, will discuss her New Year's Eve plans in an upcoming interview with "The Graham Norton Show." Getty Images

While everyone scrambles to make plans for New Year's Eve actress Jennifer Lawrence seems to be looking for any excuse to stay home. "The Hunger Games" actress discussed her holiday plans on "The Graham Norton Show," revealing that she's not big on the end of year celebration.

During the interview, slated to air on New Year's Eve, Lawrence, 25, will be asked what she and her posse are getting into on Jan. 31. According to E! Online, she'll share with the show's host, Graham Norton, that she "really" hates New Year's Eve and prefers not to make plans. Lawrence will tell Norton, 52, that her experience with celebrating it has always been that of "disappointment," adding that she plans "on doing nothing." The Kentucky native will admit, however, that if something good should pop up last minute she'll go despite always finding herself "drunk and disappointed."

"I've never had a good one. Everyone's chasing a good time and it's always a disappointment," she'll tell Norton. "I plan on doing nothing and then if something lands in my lap...but I always end up drunk and disappointed."

One thing Lawrence wasn't asked about during her interview? Who she'll be kissing at midnight if she does find something to do on New Year's Eve. The actress has locked lips with many famous hunks in her day, so her options are seemingly unlimited. On Dec. 21, she appeared on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" where she admitted to kissing her "The Hunger Games" co-star Liam Hemsworth off-camera. Lawrence told host Andy Cohen that Hemsworth, 25, is "real hot," adding that the pair grew up together. She then asked Cohen what he would have done in her shoes, at which time he admitted he would pick Hemsworth's character over Josh Hutcherson's.

Lawrence will appear on the New Year's Eve episode of BBC One's "The Graham Norton Show" alongside Eddie Redmayne, Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell.