Jennifer Lawrence Allegedly Asked to Meet Justin Bieber at Cannes Film Festival, Selena Gomez Enraged [PHOTOS]

By Diadem Pambid
May 21, 2014 10:51 AM EST

Jennifer Lawrence Allegedly Asked to Meet Justin Bieber at Cannes Film Festival, Selena Gomez Enraged [PHOTOS]

After Justin Bieber hung out with hotel heiress, Paris Hilton at the Cannes Film Festival, reports claim another blonde beauty wanted to spend time with the singer. "Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence had asked to meet the Canadian crooner which has allegedly caused the green-eyed monster to emerge in Bieber's ex-belle, Selena Gomez.

Hollywood's beloved "It" girl might just be a "Belieber." Reports emerged over the week that Jennifer Lawrence had asked to meet Justin Bieber. According to eyewitnesses, the blonde beauty was heard saying "I want to meet Bieber" as she entered the Vanity Fair and Giorgio Armani Cannes Film Festival party held at the Hotel du Cap in Antibes.

Additional reports claim Lawrence did not want to be photographed with Bieber. While there are no photographic evidence to prove that Jennifer and Justin did meet, insiders claim the meet and greet went well.

Thanks to the meet between Jennifer and Justin, Selena Gomez has allegedly felt waves of jealousy. While the "Jelena" couple had long split up thanks to Justin's cheating habits, it appears as though Gomez has still not completely gotten over the star.

On the other hand, Jennifer Lawrence isn't the only blonde beauty that Justin Bieber managed to hang out with at the Cannes Film Festival. The "Baby" singer was spotted with Paris Hilton as well. Reports claim both had enjoyed each other's company during Busta Rhymes' birthday party at Cannes. While Justin headed out to the Vanity Fair party, Paris ditched his company to go elsewhere.

Justin Bieber certainly loves hanging out with a number of beautiful women, Jennifer Lawrence included. Check out more of Lawrence at the Cannes Film Festival by clicking on the slideshow above.

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