Lala fired back on Twitter, writing, "Did Jennifer Lawrence really call me a 'c--t' on 'Watch What Happens Live'? Annnnd talk about my mama? Bitch, you better pray I don't see you in the streets. You're one of the highest paid actresses on the planet... You claim you are 'pro-women.' And you call another woman a c--t? You're gross."
"I actually received a very sweet email from her," Lala said. "I shake things off. I've been called much worse than the c-word. And for me, it was more like, I felt dumb. She's an A-list, Oscar-winning actress, and I'm like, oh, that kind of hurt my feelings."
Lala said she knew the apology was "organic" because Lawrence said she "wanted to punch herself in the face" immediately after letting the dreaded c-word slip.
"I only see her on interviews, but she's always so funny, and I'm like, that seems like something that would come out of her mouth," Lala added. "I just thought it was a very stand-up thing for someone of her stature to do."
Here's everything else Lala said.
She Doesn't Think James Kennedy Will Be Invited to Jax's Wedding
Lala's costars, Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, recently got engaged after a tumultuous Season 6 put their relationship and Jax's cheating scandal on blast. When McCarthy asked Lala if she thought she'd be invited to the wedding, Lala replied, "I hope so! I hope that I can go that long without f--king up."
Lala revealed she thinks the only cast member who won't receive an invite is James Kennedy.
Her Dad Gave Randall Emmett His Blessing to Marry Her
Lala's dad recently died unexpectedly, but she told McCarthy he blessed her potential future marriage to movie producer Randall Emmett before he passed.
"My mom told me that Rand had asked my dad for my hand, before he passed away, over the phone," she said. "That makes me so happy because I am struggling with the fact that I won't have a dad to see me have babies or get married, so that just means a lot to me that Rand did that before he passed."
Lala also said she "could not deal" with her dad being buried in the ground because it was "messing" with her and "freaked" her out.
"We put his ashes in little necklaces," she explained. "And to some people, it's creepy, but it puts my heart at ease."
"I just don't like who I am when I drink," Lala said when McCarthy asked her why she's "slowed down on the alcohol."
"I don't think that alcohol and I mix very well," she explained. "And I've always felt that way, but then I had a traumatic experience, and [I was drinking] from the morning, from second I woke up, to the second I went to bed. And I talked to my mom and Rand about it, and they just said, 'This is why we don't worry about you, because you always get to that point where you're like, this is enough.'"
Lala said she "got to that point" the day after Memorial Day of this year.
"I was like, 'No more,'" she said. "Once I put my mind to it, it's like, you can't really take me off my path."