This post is not sponsored, beyond the fact that Lionsgate asked if we wanted to do a giveaway, and we thought it sounded like something you’d enjoy. We like it when Fug Nation gets stuff.

Jennifer Lawrence is busy: First Catching Fire premiered, then American Hustle, then it was awards season, and then she had to juggle shooting Mockingjay with the next X-Men movie, and now it’s the Oscars. I hope on March 3, she books herself into a spa for a week and flushes her mobile.

In honor of all that, we decided to accept the opportunity to do a Hunger Games: Catching Fire giveaway in advance of its March 7 release date in all the applicable formats (Blu-Ray, DVD, Digital HD, VOD, PPV, OMG, BSB, TTYL, and of course YOLO). The slideshow of Jennifer’s various hairdos over the years is just for fun, so we can have important discussions about which color and style she should adopt next. These are the issues of today, and they cannot be overlooked.

Here is the giveaway portion:

The rules: Delightfully limited. Anyone who comments on this entry and lives in the U.S. or Canada will be eligible (we’ll pick the winners at random; we don’t have time to judge a contest because of the Oscars THE OSCARS BY GOD THE OSCARS). So talk amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic: Jennifer Lawrence’s hair looked the best in slide 2. DISCUSS. And if you should decide to do it in the form of sassy poetry, it will not increase your chances of winning, but it WILL create delight throughout the land. Make sure you comment with a valid e-mail address, please. I promise we will not use it for anything EXCEPT to notify you that you have won fun stuff.

The prizeOne Grand Prize winner gets a CoverGirl beauty bag that includes Flamed Up Curl Mascara and the nine Capitol Collection nail polishes (they are apparently sparkly, which makes sense given what we know of makeup trends in the Capitol), plus a Hunger Games: Catching Fire Blu-ray Combo Pack; and two runners-up will each get a Hunger Games: Catching Fire DVD. (The movie comes out in those formats — and Pay-Per-View, Digital HD, VOD, OMG, BSB, TTYL, and your other favorite acronyms — next Friday, so if you don’t win, don’t despair.) May the odds, as they say, be ever in your favor.

The restrictions: As I noted, sadly, this is only open to residents of the U.S. and Canada (sorry, Fug Internationals; we don’t make ALL the rules). The contest closes on Monday, March 3, at noon Pacific time.

The sign-off: THE OSCARS ARE ON SUNDAY. Where did the time go?

Who will win Best Supporting Actress?

  • Jennifer Lawrence (24%, 533 Votes)
  • Lupita Nyong'o (69%, 1,533 Votes)
  • One of the others will sneak in and take it (8%, 168 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,234

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