Having your privacy violated constantly isn't a problem if you're ideal.
Though she's the face of Dior, the 26-year-old isn't necessarily known as a fashion plate in the same way that contemporaries like Zendaya or Bella Hadid are often described, so she's an interesting choice for the issue dedicated to fashion, which has featured mostly models on the past few September covers.
During her Vogue interview - which accompanied a new cover photo-shoot which saw her in an array of retro scenarios - Jennifer also reflected on her nude photo hack three years later.
The star also addressed rumours about taking selfies with fans: "I'm happy to meet people, give autographs, shake hands, and say 'Thank you, ' " she says.
Vogue also commissioned artist John Currin to paint her for one of the four covers as part of the celebrations for the magazine's 125th anniversary issue. "But if you're human, it's terrifying", she added, addressing the 2014 hacking of her private photos.
"It's scary when you feel the whole world judges you", she explained. "I don't know how he felt about me". "And I'm never confused with him". "It's just. if I'm on an airplane and I have no makeup on, I don't want to take a selfie that's going to end up on E!" I normally don't like Harvard people, because they can't go two minutes without mentioning that they went to Harvard.
Talking about the upcoming mind-bending movie, she revealed that she hyperventilated and dislocated a rib during the filming.
"I'm disappointed in myself that I didn't spot it". Ten days before that movie came out, the first review came out... the reviewer said that we were justifying date rape, and I was like, what? "One guy said that and a lot of media picked up on that and it became the mantra that the film carried, and I thought it was a really unfair thing because I think it's a handsome film I couldn't be more proud of".
Mother! releases on September 15.