J. Law Out Of Control! Wild Star Throws Up During Broadway Show

Jul. 19 2017, Updated 5:53 p.m. ET

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The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence made a huge scene by getting sick during pal Olivia Wilde's performance, RadarOnline.com can reveal.

While enjoying the 1984 Broadway show, the Hollywood star had to run to the lobby and vomit, a source told Page Six: "The ushers were very helpful and courteous in helping her out."

Though a strange amount of people have been getting sick while watching the dramatic play, a close pal of Lawrence said, "She caught the stomach flu from her nephews."

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Star of the show, Olivia Wilde, sent her condolences to the people who got sick in the audience due to the "loud" and "shocking" play, jokingly tweeting: "Sending my love to those 4 people who fainted in the audience. Warning: this is not your grandma's Broadway."

Just this May, RadarOnline.com exclusively caught Lawrence getting wild at the Beverly Hills Club in Vienna, Austria.

"Jennifer seemed drunk, crawling on all fours around the stage and bending over for men to ogle," said the eyewitness.

As Radar reported, the actress was seen pole dancing and stripping, and even falling to the ground, as she was too drunk to handle herself.

Said an onlooker: "She kissed one guy, and even started dry-humping him while they danced! At some point during the night, she lost her blouse, so she was only wearing a bra for the more scandalous dancing!"

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