Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Homeland’ viewing has been ruined

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Actress Jennifer Lawrence, from "American Hustle", poses on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, January 18, 2014.

Jennifer Lawrence at the SAG Awards(CNN)– Jennifer Lawrence is an ace actress, but the 23-year-old couldn’t hide her disdain when a red carpet reporter completely spoiled a huge “Homeland” twist at the SAG Awards.

The “American Hustle” star was already on edge since Damian Lewis — who plays the duplicitous Brody on “Homeland” — was conducting an interview just a few feet away.

“Access Hollywood’s” Shaun Robinson thought Lawrence had a crush, but what she was really freaking out about was her fandom over Showtime’s addictive series.

“No, somebody’s watched two seasons of ‘Homeland’ twice,” Lawrence corrected. “I’m freaking out a little bit.”

“A little bit” was kind of an understatement, as Lawrence went into total fangirl mode when Robinson made her talk to Lewis. “It’s my favorite show ever!” Lawrence exclaimed.

And then, for some reason, what could have been a happy moment took a disastrous turn and Lawrence was filled in on a major season three spoiler. (Seriously, the spoiler is no joke. If you haven’t watched season three of “Homeland” and care about staying in the dark, don’t watch this video.)

Click here to see it.

When Lawrence finds out she’s clearly stunned, and not-entirely-jokingly rebuffed Robinson for letting the plot twist slip.

“I can’t believe you said that! I said the first and second season, I haven’t watched the third season,” an exasperated Lawrence said. “I have to wait for it to come out on DVDs because I’m not patient. … I don’t even know what to say.”

We feel your pain, J. Law. But what do you think — is her indignation justified?

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