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Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Dorito fingers’ ruin dress

Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Dorito fingers’ ruin dress

DO THE 'HUSTLE:' This photo released by Sony Pictures shows Jennifer Lawrence, left, as Rosalyn Rosenfeld, and Amy Adam as Sydney Prosser in Columbia Pictures' "American Hustle." The actresses' dresses were made for the film and their jewelry and shoes are vintage. “They had ideas, they lived large and they took risks,” costume designer Michael Wilkinson said of the ‘70s style that inspired his work in the film. Photo: Associated Press/AP Photo/Sony - Columbia Pictures, Francois Duhamel

The designer of the plunging white dress Jennifer Lawrence wears in “American Hustle” had to make several copies, just in case.

Turns out that was a good idea.

Costume designer Michael Wilkinson says Lawrence ate Doritos on the set and got orange fingerprints on the dress.

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Wilkinson is up for an Oscar for designing the clothes in “American Hustle.”

Lawrence has been nominated for an Oscar for her work in the film as well.

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