Jennifer Lawrence's Catching Fire Post-Oscar Plans: A Dye Job & Flight To Hawaii

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Jennifer Lawrence at the 2013 Oscars -- Access Hollywood
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Jennifer Lawrence at the 2013 Oscars -- Access Hollywood

While many actresses will be breathing a sigh of relief and sleeping in tomorrow morning following the Oscars (the end of awards season!), there will be no downtime for Jennifer Lawrence.

The 22-year-old beauty, who won Best Actress for her performance in "Silver Linings Playbook," goes back to work bright and early on Monday as Katniss Everdeen in "Catching Fire."

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"I go get my hair dyed for 'Catching Fire' reshoots and fly to Hawaii tomorrow morning," Jennifer told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush on the Oscars red carpet in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Jennifer said she and the "Catching Fire" crew have a half a month left on the islands shooting the "Hunger Games" sequel.

"[We'll be there for] two weeks," she said. "[It's] not reshoots, they're just scenes we haven't finished."

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While Jennifer nabbed the pinnacle of awards for an actress, she said she was more nervous about presenting at the Oscars.

"I have to speak in front of people and it's one of my biggest fears in the entire world, and now I have stomachaches!" she said.

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As for her love life, Jennifer said her "Silver Linings" co-star Bradley Cooper has been batting the boys away from her at the many award season bashes.

When asked if she was being mobbed by flirting boys at parties, she told Billy, "No, because I'm always with Bradley and he's like my big brother!"

-- Erin O'Sullivan

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