Jennifer Lawrence Racked Up $500 In Room Service For Lenny Kravitz [AUDIO]

March 20, 2012 8:11 am

Actor/singer Lenny Kravitz called in to “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” to talk about his supporting role as Cinna in upcoming blockbuster “The Hunger Games,” his new tour for “Black and White America,” and his efforts supporting UNICEF.

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Jennifer Lawrence & Zoë Kravitz Order $500 Worth of Room Service:
“While we were making ‘Hunger Games’ Zoë came to visit me and to visit Jennifer. So Jennifer basically stayed in our room for the weekend so that everybody could be together and I was gone a lot, but when I came back I found that they had ordered everything you could possibly order. For instance, Jennifer wanted some gummy bears…instead of getting a pack of gummy bears there was a trough of gummy bears that was brought up to the room. A huge bucket of them! So it started like that and then ordered everything else that was on their menu.”

Daughter Zoë Is Jealous of Dear Ol’ Dad:
“I did call her [Zoë] to tell her that I had gotten this part [in 'The Hunger Games'], and I was so ignorant at the time as to what it was and she said, ‘Hunger Games! Are you kidding me? I wanted to be in that movie!'”

On Touring & “Black and White America:
“I’m on tour now. I’m in Australia. I’m on a really wonderful world tour. I’ve already done South America, Europe, and America. I’m going to Japan, and I’m going back to Europe in the summer. This album is doing really well. I’m enjoying touring more now than ever, but I will be taking more time for films. That just basically means that I’ll have no time off. It’s a good time to be creative.”

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Lenny Kravitz is joining forces with UNICEF to help mark World Water Week, March 19-25, and the UNICEF Tap Project. Kravitz is encouraging his fans and dining patrons across the country to pay $1 or more for the tap water they usually enjoy for free. With $1, UNICEF can provide a child with access to clean, safe water for 40 days. Funds raised will provide children and families with clean drinking water in Viet Nam, Togo, Mauritania and Cameroon. Get more information at UNICEF Tap Project, and watch the PSA on the  event.


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