Jennifer Lawrence admitted singing in public is one of her biggest fears on the Late Show with David Letterman Wednesday.
It all began, the Mockingjay Part I star said, when she had to sing Holly Jolly Christmas in a school production at the age of 8, and her parents laughed at her for days afterward.
Lawrence jokingly says she now sings in a tone-deaf Amy Winehouse voice. Watch the video above to hear it for yourself.
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