It appears the women who play MYSTIQUE in the X-MEN movies have a thing for actor JOHN STAMOS.
Oscar-nominated Jennifer Lawrence, who played the scaly blue superheroine in X-Men: First Class has revealed that meeting Stamos at a recent party was among the highlights of her life - even though she acted like a stalker.
Ironically, Stamos was once married to Rebecca Romijn, who played Mystique, aka Raven Darkholme, in the first three X-Men movies.
Lawrence admits her encounter with her longtime crush wasn't quite as she'd planned it. She tells U.S. TV host Conan O'Brien, "He was at a party and I turned into a perverted guy; I was, like, following him into rooms, like, staring at his a**.
"I was avoiding him and then my friends brought him over... and I just, like, started really freaking out and he asked me if I was on mushrooms. I was like, 'No... this is just me!'"
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