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Anne Hathaway Wins Best Supporting Actress at BAFTAs 2013

Anne Hathaway Wins Best Supporting Actress at BAFTAs 2013

Anne Hathwaway holds her trophy with pride in the press room at the 2013 EE British Academy Film Awards on Sunday (February 10) at the Royal Opera House in London, England.

The 30-year-old actress won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her work as Fantine is Les Miserables. Congrats, Anne!!!

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Anne was up against The Master‘s Amy Adams, The SessionsHelen Hunt, Skyfall‘s Judi Dench, and Lincoln‘s Sally Field.

Next up for Anne is the 2013 Oscars, for which she is nominated for Les Mis as well. Tune in on Sunday (February 24) to find out if she will take home the gold!

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  • Penelope

    What a snub…

  • Stella

    ugh so annoying overrated and stupid !

  • winnie

    congratulations to her…she deserves it so stop hate please’

  • dont hit i’m belgium

    her hair is better than yesterday and her dress also (above all she gained weight:she looks better)

  • F.

    The Oscars next :)

  • Frame

    I am afraid she is going to win to Oscar too. Damn!

  • Krix

    Congratulations Anne! Wonderful job.
    Now the Oscar.
    So, what if she is feeling herself and coming off a little obnoxious – she’s worked hard and is now receiving nominations and awards recognizing that hard work.
    She seems like someone who means well, so after this is all passes she’ll likely bring it down a few notches (hopefully).

  • Lillian

    This must be a bitter sweet moment for her, since you spelled her last name wrong. It’s not Hathwaway

  • Czarina

    You have to remember that the British Academy LOVE their theatre, so it would only seem appropriate that Anne would win… if anything I thought Judi Dench might have taken it… but how long has she been playing M??? Congrats

  • Pat

    @Lillian: That reminds me of when she was mad at the Critics Choice for spelling her name wrong.

    See, I like Anne and I’m happy she’s doing well but if she wins that Oscar… I don’t think I can watch her speech if she wins.

  • Fer

    This movie is so annoying… And she is overrated, cant understand that.

  • K

    Well deserved for a powerfully moving performance!

  • anna

    Why is Justin Beiber wearing a dress?

  • ya

    She’s even worse than Taylor Swift.

  • J

    I’m happy and thrilled for her. She deserved every accolade she’s received now. I’ll be there when she wins her Oscar. She’s a true vision beauty. People who hate on her will have to live with the fact that she’s been more successful over the last however many years it’s been. Congrats, Annie!

  • Emily

    Keep your hating comments to yourself, just because y’all don’t have anything don’t hate on somebody that’s successful. Get a life!