Jennifer Lawrence has a hilarious joke on “Real Housewives of New York” star Bethenny Frankel.
The Oscar winner on Tuesday answered Vogue’s infamous “73 questions” and offered up some choice words about Frankel’s cooking career.
When asked “what a recommendation you give to anyone who visits” [New York City]Lawrence replied, “Wash your feet when you get home, and if you see Bethenny Frankel, tell her she’s not a chef.”
Soon after, she clarified with a more serious face, “That is.”
The reality TV star was a natural food chef before appearing on the Bravo show, and even participated in a cooking series hosted by Martha Stewart in 2005.
He also launched a baking company called “BethanyBakes” in the early 2000s, which distributed “healthy” cookies and meals in New York City.
Some “RHONY” fans suggested that the “Hunger Games” actress was actually referencing a 2010 episode of the show, in which Kelly Bensimon took issue with Frankel calling herself a “chef and writer.”
“She doesn’t work in a restaurant, and she’s not an executive chef. Just because you’re catering to people’s parties doesn’t make a chef,” Bensimon told her co-star as “the cook.” Referring to said.
Frankel, who created the liquor company SkinnyGirl, previously defended herself against fans who suggested she wasn’t a real chef.
“Bethany. When did you become a chef? In your tiny NY apartment, you used your kitchen for storage. Right?” one naysayer commented on a June 2020 Instagram post, to which he replied, “Wrong girl.”
Still, many Twitter users were able to find humor in Lawrence’s subtle jabs.
“I love Bethenny. I think it’s hilarious. I hope she does a reaction vid,” wrote one fan, while another commented, “Jennifer Lawrence to Vogue to Bethenny Frankel Didn’t ask to be told that he’s not a chef.
A third person shouted, “You made his day! He will be glad that he has something to boast about on TikTok.”
Frankel is yet to respond to the actress’ claims.
Both women appeared in the March 2018 episode “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” when the host surprised Lawrence with a dinner party.
Lawrence then did an interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which she named Frankel, “Ronnie” star Luann de Lesseps and Scott Disick as three people—dead or alive—she wants dinner the most.
“I’m going to cry,” she said when Cohen introduced her to Frankel.