Jennifer Lawrence Reveals How She Got *That* Oscar Bod

It’s safe to say that Jennifer Lawrence looked ah-mazing on the Oscars red carpet.

The 25-year-old arrived at Sunday’s glitzy event in a dramatic Dior gown, which featured a plunging sheer bodice and a ruffled train.

She was working a new ice blonde lob and a fresh beauty look, pairing coral lips with a subtle smoky eye.

Jennifer Lawrence’s Oscars make-up was *so* on point


But Jen didn’t only have her make-up artist and hairdresser to thank for perfecting her glam look – there was also her trainer Dalton Wong.


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London-based fitness guru Dalton has been working with Jennifer since 2010, when he helped her train for her role in X-Men: First Class.

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She still uses his health tips today, writing in the foreword of his new book The Feelgood Plan: ‘We spent 10-12 hours a day together for three months working out between filming on [the X-Men] set.

‘He changed my body for that movie and gave me the skills to change my life.

‘I could never live on a “diet.” Dalton taught me how to eat, move and live a delicious but healthy life.

Jennifer Lawrence always nails her red carpet looks


‘We remain good friends; when I’m in London I love to train in his gym, then afterwards we go out for burgers and fries with his family. It’s all about balance.’

Dalton has just as much admiration for Jen, telling PEOPLE: ‘I met Jen when she was 20.

‘Although I had been doing this for a long time, she helped me figure out how to make a 20-year-old look amazing, but still do 20-year-old things.


‘I would say: “Okay, Jen, this is what we have to do. You have to exercise, you have to eat well, but you can go out on a Friday night, and yes, you can have a candy bar.”

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‘I was always liberal about her diet [when filming] but it was portion controlled.


‘In between scenes we would squeeze in 15 minutes of exercise – things we could do on the fly like squats and lunges’

Um. Please can you train us, Dalton?!