Does Olivia Wilde Forgive Jennifer Lawrence for Vomiting at Her Play?

Does Olivia Wilde Forgive Jennifer Lawrence for Vomiting at Her Play?

The 1984 star opens up about some of the scary incidents that have taken place at her Broadway show.

By Jocelyn Vena
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Olivia Wilde on Jennifer Lawrence Vomiting at her Play

First off, we just want to say that Jennifer Lawrence is doing much better after she threw up during a performance of 1984 earlier this month. And to this day, one of the play's stars, Olivia Wilde, feels really bad about the incident.

"Listen, she didn't need to apologize," Olivia shared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Tuesday, revealing what she sent the Oscar winner to help her feel better and recover from the stomach flu she was suffering from that night (clip above).

Turns out, J. Law had some big plans after that showing of 1984. According to Andy Cohen, she was supposed to check out a taping of WWHL -- featuring Vicki Gunvalson. "Oh, no! Her whole night was ruined because of the stomach flu," Olivia said. "But she's feeling better. Thank the lord, because she's the best."

But it's not just Jennifer who's been feeling ill during performances of the Broadway show. Audience members have been fainting during the play, for which Olivia has apologized. In addition to the audience feeling sick, the play's other star, Tom Sturridge, also experienced some issues.

"The worst thing that's happened to me onstage is my co-star, Tom Sturridge, who's the star of the show, lost consciousness at the end of a performance and had a kind of seizure. And I had to take him to the emergency room. Poor guy. And it was the worst moment because I really thought he was -- he was in actual trouble because he's so good in this role, and it's such an intense role," she said. "He didn't get up for the curtain call, and we realized he had lost consciousness."

Hear more about that scary onstage incident, below.

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