Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence and comedienne Amy Schumer are taking their friendship to next level. The two celebrities are going to wear same dresses for the Golden Globes awards, Lawrence has revealed.

The close buddies are also contending for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture--Comedy or Musical, alongside Melissa McCarthy, Maggie Smith and Lily Tomlin. Lawrence is nominated for her work in “Joy” where she while Schumer is nominated for her movie, “Trainwreck.”

Lawrence wants Schumer to wear the same attire as hers when they attend the Golden Globes next year on Jan. 10. "We're going to try to figure out to wear the exact same thing. That's my mission. I really want us to wear the same thing," Lawrence told E! News.

The “Hunger Games” actress has also chosen the designer label for both of them. Since Lawrence is the brand ambassador for Dior, she wants Schumer to wear the same French fashion label.

"She's going to have to wear Dior. I'm just going to have to have Dior make two of whatever they're making for me," said Lawrence.

It is not the first time that Lawrence and Schumer will wear the same dress. “The Inside Amy Schumer” star copied Lawrence's Oscars look in October when she wore a Calvin Klein Collection red gown at Elle's Women in Hollywood Awards. Lawrence wore the same gown at the 2011 Academy Awards, where she was nominated for her role in “Winter's Bone.” Lawrence's red gown was designed by Francisco Costa.

It was earlier revealed that Lawrence and Schumer are working on a screenplay where they play sisters. "We're almost done writing. It just flowed out of us. We've got about 100 pages right now," Lawrence told the New York Times in a previous interview.

"Amy and I were creatively made for each other," she added. "We have different flavors. It's been the most fun experience of my life." Lawrence kicked off her friendship with Schumer when she emailed her on her work in “Trainwreck.” The two became close pals soon and were seen on a jet skiing holiday.

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