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Anne Hathaway Wins Best Supporting Actress Oscar 2013

Anne Hathaway Wins Best Supporting Actress Oscar 2013

Anne Hathaway has been named the winner of the Best Supporting Actress award at the 2013 Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday (February 24) in Hollywood.

The 30-year-old actress won the award for her portrayal of Fantine in the film Les Miserables.

Anne beat out The Master‘s Amy Adams, The SessionsHelen Hunt, Silver Linings Playbook‘s Jacki Weaver, and Lincoln‘s Sally Field for the award.

FYI: Anne is wearing a Prada dress, custom vegan Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, a Roger Vivier bag, and Tiffany jewels.

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20 Comments

# 1

Ugh…why??? The Oscars are losing viewers because of people like this winning.

# 2

Talent and hard work – Congratulations!
Celebrate and enjoy.

# 3

her famewh0ring & desperation paid off huh!

# 4

Good for Anne, Nice way to campaign for her award.
I don’t get why they were saying at the beginning of the Oscars clip with Sally Filed and Seth Mafarlene. that thy award was gonna go to her(Anne), shouldn’t they have said someone elses name instead?
Her fake modesty is hilarious and what is with this little girl act? She is usaully confident.
Amy Adams desereved the award. This is like her what 4th nomiantion? Sad.

# 5

@amy: That ‘boobs’ song and the Will Shanter thing was awful.
Anne also threw James Franco under the bus for the hosting disaster in 2011. Which was her fault too. Atleast he doesn’t campaign for his award.

# 6

whyyyyy? Well the good thing is her campaign will stop lol

# 7
saldaalalal @ 02/24/2013 at 10:44 pm

Yeah talent lol this is what happens when you show your p…y in public to the reporters ah sex sells doesnt it Hollywood all fake!!

# 8

Her speech wasn’t as annoying as I thought it would be.

# 9

her speech was too long! so many thanks BUT did she forget Victor Hugo? sad…lol

Congratulations! No surprise she won really. I highly doubt people will stop watching the Oscars because of people like Anne.

@amy:

So, I assume you didn’t watch the movie she won an award for?

She’s the winner…she doesn’t even care what all the haters think!!
See you next year Anne!! Congrats!!

the short hair looks so bad on her IMO

@xax:

TRUTH

and she is actually so obnoxious. just LOOK AT HER..

Hathaway looks like a ugly man.

She’s gorgeous and talented. The only ones that look ugly are all the negative commenters on here because jealousy is the ugliest of all.

jmarie1972 @ 02/25/2013 at 2:32 pm

well deserved – talented, beautifull woman.

she just won a major recognition in acting, you would think she could have faked her speech better.

she’s that annoying little girl in front of the class who raises her hand all the time because she thinks she knows how to do everything. Tries too hard to be liked and it is noticeable and obnoxious, unlike some of her contemporaries, such as Natalie Portman or Jennifer Lawrence with genuine personalities and talent.

I was so glad to watch Anne Hathaway win Best Supporting Actress for her role in Les Miserables. I was at work at DISH when this was on so I recorded it on my DVR. I set up my DISH Hopper with the PrimeTime Anytime feature, to record all primetime shows that came on ABC Sunday night. This way I didn’t have to set up an individual timer for the red carpet coverage and the awards ceremony.

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