ANDERSON COOPER defended Oscar-winner ANNE HATHAWAY from her haters, telling them:
“You don’t know her.”
Since Anne Hathaway won her the Academy Award (and a handful of others) for her stunning performance in “Les Miserables,” she’s faced a sudden surge of hate from the masses, especially online. And, you know, it was probably why her alternative Oscars dress ended up having its own “nipple” Twitter handle.
ANNE HATHAWAY Admits Oscars Dress Was Not Her First Choice, Apologizes For “Any Disappointment Caused”
Hollywood news tells us ANNE HATHAWAY recently admitted that her Oscars dress was not her first choice and has apologized for “any disappointment caused” over the swap.
Apparently, the Academy Award-winner was slated to wear a stunning Valentino piece but had to change it, not because it broke but because someone else was going to wear something like it—reportedly the Alexander McQueen embroidered gown worn by her “Les Miserables” co-star, Amanda Seyfried,
ANNE HATHAWAY chose a pale pink Prada gown for the recently concluded 2013 Oscars.
But was it a hit or a miss?
Despite being one of the biggest winners at the prestigious awards show, Anne fell flat (fashion-wise, of course, and not on her face like fellow winner Jennifer Lawrence, who tripped on stage before accepting her award) and was easily one of the worst-dressed on the red carpet, thanks to her extremely underwhelming outfit.
ANNE HATHAWAY‘s Oscar dress inspired a “nipple” twitter handle after she seemingly showed off a glimpse of it this weekend, Hollywood news has learned.
But really, can you blame them?
Anne Hathaway thankfully didn’t have a devastating wardrobe malfunction at this weekend’s much-awaited 85th Annual Academy Awards.
Entertainment news tells us ANNE HATHAWAY admitted to suffering another wardrobe malfunction right before she arrived at the 2013 BAFTA Awards over the weekend, which was why she ended up wearing something else (which still looked amazing on her).
ANNE HATHAWAY kept it simple and glam at the 2013 BAFTA Awards, which was held at the Royal Opera House in London over the weekend.
She chose a black, short-sleeved Burberry gown with silver embellishments on the bodice, which she paired with chunky gem-encrusted bangles, black stud earrings, and a black clutch.