Fact: The actor does believe in life after love thanks to Lawrence's Cher obsession
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Jennifer Lawrence hasn’t given up on Cher impression.

Last year, Lawrence’s Hunger Games costar Liam Hemsworth revealed that she would occasionally break out into a cover of Cher’s 1998 classic “Believe” while on set. Well, according to Chris Pratt, she carried that little idiosyncrasy over to the set of Passengers, the duo’s forthcoming space-romance movie.

On Thursday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Parks and Recreation star teases his costar about her impersonation tic.

“I didn’t realize I did that,” says Lawrence. “What an annoying tic! Oh my God, I got a wake-up call on Ellen. I can’t imagine how annoying that must be.”

Apparently, Lawrence kept doing it while Pratt was trying to memorize lines. “I was like, ‘I do. I believe in life after love. I get it,'” jokes Pratt.

Watch the video below to hear Lawrence’s Cher impression and Pratt talk about his “moob [man boob] sweat.”

Passengers, directed by Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game), stars the two charming actors as passengers on a luxury interstellar spaceship bound for a colony 120 years away. Unfortunately, a malfunction causes them to wake up 90 years too early. Trapped on the spaceship, they end up falling in love and discover that there’s a bigger problem with the ship.

The movie hits theaters Dec. 21. Check your local listings to find out when their episode of Ellen airs Thursday.

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