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Times Square on New Year’s Eve? Pft, not for Madonna and
Fantine Anne Hathaway.
A starvation diet of dried oatmeal paste would probably turn the best of us into grouchy, miserable monsters. Last night on Chelsea Lately, Anne Hathaway ‘fessed up to being precisely that while losing 25 pounds for the role of Fantine in Les Mis.
Was it Anne Hathaway in glitzy Nina Ricci? Olivia Wilde in navel-grazing A.L.C.? Take a look and you tell us.
While she may have laughed off the unfortunate photos as yesterday’s luncheon in New York honoring the release of Les Miserables, Anne Hathaway addressed the images head on in an eloquent and candid interview with Matt Lauer this morning on the Today Show.
Anne Hathaway may have wowed us with the caped Tom Ford creation she wore to last night’s premiere of Les Miserables in New York City (her shoes far less so), but she really gave red carpet photographers an eyeful when she stepped out of her SUV sans undergarments.
Anne Hathaway is putting quite the concerted effort into her edgy red carpet ensembles lately, isn’t she? First she chose a contentious Givenchy Couture batwing beaded number for the London premiere of Les Misérables and last night she stepped out in a full look from Tom Ford‘s spring collection — right down to the bondage-inspired boots-cum-sandals.
You have fifteen days left until Les Miserables lands at your neighborhood theater and you spend your Christmas day stifling agoraphobia and sobbing through Anne Hathaway’s solos. Until then, we have a behind-the-scenes look at what went into each of the cast members’ prodigious makeovers, including Hugh Jackman’s decaying teeth, Hathaway’s haircut, and Helena Bonham-Carter’s “comedic relief” rosy cheeks.
Asking us to choose between Balenciaga and Givenchy is usually like asking us to pick a favorite child…you know, if we had children. But at tonight’s world premiere of Les Misérables in London, Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried stepped out dressed to the nines in creations by Riccardo Tisci and Nicolas Ghesquiére, and, in a strange turn of events, we weren’t particularly blown away by either look.
This cover is a far departure from the one she shot for Vogue‘s December issue, but we love it just as much!
Katie Holmes paid a visit to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday, amusingly only five days after Anne Hathaway reprised her impression of the actress on Saturday Night Live. Which of course meant that we couldn’t watch Katie without thinking of Anne’s spot-on impersonation, complete with head-bobbing and side-mouthed smile.
Has there ever been a more fashionable episode of Saturday Night Live than this weekend’s? Vogue‘s December cover girl Anne Hathaway hosted the show, while November’s “red hot” star Rihanna provided the musical stylings. Here’s a look at what the two stylish celebs wore throughout the episode, from the chic lacy dress Hathaway wore during the opening monologue to Rihanna’s Bob Marley printed tank.
Last month at Annie Leibowitz‘s art show in Ohio, a fan asked the legend if she was photographing any magazine covers. Instead of giving a cookie cutter response or not answering all together, Leibowitz dropped the bomb on not one, but two major Vogue covers.
For those of you not content with the single, slightly blurry shot of Anne Hathaway‘s breathtaking wedding gown, Valentino has heard your prayers!
Anne Hathaway‘s had a busy year promoting The Dark Knight Rises and filming Les Miserables. Oh yeah, and the 29-year-old has also been planning her wedding to fellow actor Adam Shulman. The two were engaged in November, and the deets about the big day have been little to none. But now, we know the most important tidbit of all — her wedding dress designer!
It’s only fitting that the opening of a ballet whose costumes were designed by none other than the legendary Valentino Garavani would have a red carpet just as glamorous as the ensembles on stage.
In a country whose token celebrities tend to be either royals or WAGs, its no surprise that the guests at London’s Dark Knight Rises premiere last night ran the gamut from the pinnacle of chic (Marion Cotillard, Anne Hathaway) to the downright vulgar (Tamara Ecclestone, various Courtney Stodden-esque blondes).
And so the premiering begins for one of the summer’s biggest blockbusters. But are the ladies rising to the occasion and bringing their sartorial A-game?