Jennifer Lawrence is no stranger to controversy. From flipping the bird at the prestigious 85th Academy Awards to telling weight critics to “go f*ck” themselves, this Hollywood stunner isn’t afraid to speak her mind. And that’s why we weren’t too surprised when the 23-year-old beauty admitted to doing something rather naughty on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire set with the rest of the cast. And no, she didn’t accidentally shoot someone with her bow and arrow — you know Katniss never misses!

JLaw’s confession took place at the Catching Fire cast’s Global Google+ Hangout Fan Q&A, where the actors of the worshiped movie were asked several questions by their devoted fans. One question directed at Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and the movie’s director was what their favorite memory of filming the flick was.

Liam Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson Cast members Liam Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson pose at the premiere of The Hunger Games.

Hutcherson, 21, who plays the role of Peeta in The Hunger Games, admitted that his favorite moment on set was when he was filming in Georgia. "That was one of my first times on set with Woody [Harrelson] and we were just running around acting like total idiots while you guys were trying to film. It was so much fun." That’s when Lawrence chimed in.

"We were drunk," Lawrence laughed. "That was fun. That was the first time I've ever drank at work." And that’s when fans stopped tweeting about JLaw’s new, pixie haircut to talk about her tipsy confession. Hutcherson then added that it wasn’t the last time he and his cast mates would take a swig from a bottle while working.

Francis Lawrence, The Hunger Games’ director, then explained that Lawrence and Hutcherson aren’t the only troublemakers on set. "It's usually Jen and Josh and Woody, the trio," Lawrence said when asked who the most difficult actor to work with was. "When that trio gets together..." We can only imagine!

What did you think of Lawrence’s confession? Did it make you love her even more?