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We believe Charlie Sheen was the last celebrity to to call someone a "troll," but Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence is bringing it back! The actress appeared on Late Show with David Letterman last night and explained why she's can't understand why fans like her.

OK! GALLERY: THE HUNGER GAMES STAR JENNIFER LAWRENCE IS ALL SMILES AS SHE ARRIVES TO THE LATE SHOW

Jennifer explained to David Letterman last night how Hunger Games fans "scream, cry and almost faint" when they meet her. But Jennifer can't understand why they love her so much!

"Is it possible to see the film and see what they see on the screen?" David asked on Late Show.

"No. I am a troll," Jennifer said. "I hate myself."

"I think the movie is great but their biggest mistake was me," she added.

David was completely shocked by Jennifer's comments and said, "I understand because I don't like looking at myself, but in myself it's genuine…I'm unpleasant looking. But with you, you're a lovely woman and a fine actress so there you go."

OK! GALLERY: JENNIFER LAWRENCE ROCKS A SKIN-TIGHT BLACK DRESS AT THE HUNGER GAMES PREMIERE IN PARIS

Jennifer then talked about her anxiety on red carpets — she trips a lot!

"It's so scary and then I end up getting so nervous that I get — like now — that I get really hyper… so then I go in interviews and I'm like, 'I'm like a chihuaha. I'm shaking. I'm peeing!' And then afterwards I'm like, 'I just talked about peeing on the red carpet!' "

And then she has to worry about forgetting to suck in, but her brothers had a suggestion to help calm her nerves.

"They were like, 'Do shots! Do shots!' And I'm like, 'That's not a good idea.' And then I did it and then that lead to like, "I'm peeing in my pants on the red carpet!' "

After this crazy interview, we love Jennifer even more!

OK! GALLERY: JENNIFER LAWRENCE ROCKS A SKIN-TIGHT BLACK DRESS AT THE HUNGER GAMES PREMIERE IN PARIS

Watch a clip of Jennifer's interview, below.

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