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Va va voom and welcome to the red carpet Jennifer Lawrence! The blond beauty stunned and showed off her incredible body at the world premiere of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2" on Nov. 4 … and when we say she showed off her body, she really showed it off!

J. Law hit the red carpet in a sexy, cleavage-baring dress that stole the show. She proudly displayed her ample assets in the plunging ensemble.

The form-fitting maroon dress featured long sleeves and an audacious neckline that would even make some of the biggest exhibitionists in the world shudder. Not that we're complaining!

To complete the appearance, J. Law wore her short hair pulled back, drawing all the attention to her gravity daring ensemble. The glam look was finished with smokey eyes and a oversized earrings.

Just a few days prior, Jennifer glowed in a white, sleeveless top and adorable skirt as she and the cast of the movie immortalized the franchise by getting their hand prints set in cement at the legendary TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.

While Jennifer clearly became A-list status after she crushed in the first "Hunger Games" film in 2012, she has continued to work on other films that show another side of her. That, she humorously says, has taken its toll.

"I try to keep working so people can see other characters and other things I can do instead of taking vacation time, and now I'm aging like a president," she said in a press conference with reporters. "I hate waking up without a goal or going to sleep without achieving nothing."

In speaking about the toll that Katniss Everdeen, her "Hunger Games" character, has taken on her personally, she said, "I remember there have been a few times where I would have loved time off, but I was very aware of how overwhelming these movies and this character was, and that was a big fear of mine signing on to these movies."

Now that she's one of the biggest stars on planet, she said her "entire world" has changed.

"Now it's very easy for me because I'm isolated. I have a new normal now," she said. "I feel very stable, and normal, and happy, but it took a few years to get used to being looked at differently. It's kind of an alienating feeling."

She added, "You don't feel different but everyone reacts to you differently. It was a few years of getting used to it. Then it was 'OK, let's get back to work' and people react and can do whatever they want. That's fine and it's on them. I have a job. That's how I think of it."