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Live Like a Celebrity: Anne Hathaway Edition

Live Like a Celebrity: Anne Hathaway Edition



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Our first leading lady in this series — ladies and gentleman, presenting Anne Hathaway

Life the life of Anne Hathaway, it's pretty wonderful if you ask us.

Recently we’ve given you an overview of the lives of two of Tinseltown’s favorite actors, Robert Pattinson and Bradley Cooper, by explaining how to cook, drink, eat, party, and travel like them. Sadly, though, we can’t teach you how to be absolutely gorgeous like them — that’s just natural beauty. (Womp, womp,)

For our first woman in the series, we had to start with a bang, so we chose someone who has really made an impression on Hollywood, from her ballsy role as Andrea Sachs in The Devil Wears Prada and her most recent — and tremendous! — role as Fantine in the classic story of Les Miserables to overcoming a few princess roles and a terrible Ponzi scheme along the way.

Hathaway has a knack for being quirky and quite charming at the same time, with her toothy smile and air of sophistication. She has made an imprint not only on Hollywood, but on the worlds of fashion and food. The actress is practically family with iconic designer Valentino, who designed her recent wedding gown and as for food, Hathaway is currently living a vegan lifestyle and has recently been in the public eye for her drastic dieting for her role in Les Mis.

The fabulous Hathaway has had an amazing 2012 — she got married in August, we’re already hearing Oscar buzz for her big role in Les Mis, and she killed it as Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises.

If you’re looking to have an incredible 2013, take a cue from this famous face — we’ll show you how!


How Big of a Stoner Is Anne Hathaway? 'Not a Little One!'

Anne Hathaway‘s days of smoking pot are a thing of the past — or so she claims.

When Cohen asked the actress how big of a stoner she was, Hathaway replied, “Not a little one!”

But considering the fact that she was on national television, the new mother, 34, claimed she was on the straight and narrow.

“Here’s the thing though,” she continued. “I’m a parent and I don’t feel like getting arrested, so I’m gonna say zero. I guess I just should’ve pleaded the 5th on that one, but I don’t have a card or anything.”

While she played coy about her smoking habits, Hathaway wasn’t afraid to laugh at herself when discussing her 2013 Oscar win.

When asked who she was most excited to beat at the awards ceremony, she replied, “None of them, none of them. Believe me, at that point I would’ve been happy to see any of them up there giving a speech instead of me.”

When Cohen asked why, Hathaway laughed and said, “You know why,” referring to her infamous speech.


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Anne Hathaway the American actress has been one of the highest-paid actresses and has earned over 6.8 billion dollars.

Hathaway started her career with plays. She also did television series before getting into films. Her debut film was The Princess Diaries. She has been part of films The Devil Wears Prada, Rachael Getting Married, Bride Wars, Valentine’s Day, Love & Other Drugs, etc.

Anne Hathaway is one pleasant personality with a pleasing personality. She has a flawless complexion, perfect features, and extremely elegant hair.


Anne Hathaway Got Tipsy At The Oscars With Joseph Gordon-Levitt And Gabourey Sidibe

Anne Hathaway may seem like Ms. Perfect, but this girl knows how to have some fun!

The "Rio 2" star made a little confession during an appearance on "Live with Kelly and Michael" Tuesday, April 8, revealing that she snuck a flask of tequila into the Oscars last month.

Her evening at the prestigious award show began with a seating mix-up, which led to an alcohol-filled gab-fest (literally).

"I was led to my seat with my husband [Adam Shulman] and I stopped in the section I thought I was sitting in, which was next to my friend Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and they said 'No, no, no, you're sitting in the center," Hathaway explained of the seating nightmare. "So I go over, making my way to the center of the center of the center and there's a beautiful woman wearing pink with her hair up, but she's fully facing away from me and I'm like, 'Shoot! Excuse me, I'm sorry but I think you're in my seat' [and] Penelope Cruz turns around. And I'm like, 'Oh, no you're not!'"

At that point, the commercial break was ending and everyone was returning to their seats as the director yelled, "3, 2, 1." Seeing one empty chair, Hathaway's husband grabbed it . and she sat down on his lap.

"So we got to watch one part of the Oscars that way," Hathaway joked.

As for the rest of the night, the Oscar winner decided to switch things up a bit.

"I guess because I hosted one year . Block it out! I have . I've gone through it a couple of times, so this year, I decided to do something a little different," Hathaway explained to Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan. "I got a perfect purse-sized flask, which I put tequila in, and I had a great time! It was really nice, and it's a great ice-breaker."

So, did she share her beverage? "Of course [I shared it]," she continued, "Joe was sitting next to me, whom I mentioned before, and Gabourey Sidibe, whom I never met before, but she's so awesome."


Anne Hathaway Looks Back on Her Haters &mdash and Her Social Media Regrets: &lsquoHow the World Feels About Me Has Nothing to Do with Me&rsquo

Anne Hathaway has made peace with the fact that the Internet once hated her, and she hopes the rest of us can too.

The actress recently sat down with Jezebel to talk about her new movie Colossal, in which she plays an Internet writer going through tough times, which prompted a conversation about that period of time in her life in the early 2010’s when Hathaway won an Oscar for Les Miserables — and the Internet was convinced it hated her.

Though it seems like old news now, the actress says she still gets asked about it constantly. “It comes up in every interview I do, just about,” she says. “I am… not eager, but I am ready for the conversation to move to a place beyond it. I don’t have to contextualize all of my stories, all of my experiences through that time. I’m ready for it to be implied, not overtly stated.”

Hathaway admits it was a hard time in her life and that she even had to stop reading certain websites because negative headlines about her would catch her by surprise. But a few years removed now, the actress says she’s grown from that period of her life and found a way to reconcile it.

“How the world feels about me has nothing to do with me,” she says. “How other people treat me has nothing to do with me. But if anything that anybody said resonated with me as something I𠆝 like to work on for myself, I took it in like that. And to that extent, I feel like I got to shortcut a lot of my growth. To that extent, even though I wouldn’t have chosen to go through it, I still found a way to be grateful to it.”

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In the candid interview, Hathaway also opens up about posting the first photo of her son Jonathan on Instagram. The actress uploaded a picture of the one-year-old with husband Adam Shulman watching her give a speech to the United Nations on International Women’s Day — and she instantly regretted it.

“I had never posted a photo of my son, and I decided to post a shot of the back of his head, and almost as soon as I𠆝 done it, I wished that I hadn’t,” she admits. “I felt like I had broken some kind of a seal in inviting people into my life. And even though I felt as though I had done it in as protective a way as I could, even though it was a moment I was incredibly proud of, I don’t know that I’ll ever do it again.”

The actress adds that she’s a 𠇋ig believer” in learning from mistakes and that moment made her realize how she really feels about Instagram now. Stating that it was fun at first, Hathaway says her opinion has changed. �use of the time we live in, I think words and pictures are carrying a much greater weight,” she says.

The new mom also credits her son for giving her a new way to approach difficult or emotionally-charged conversations, especially around the topic of feminism and women’s rights.

“I don’t often talk about this, but there’s a wonderful thing that you learn when your child’s becoming emotional about something—you become very calm around them,” she says. “I’m finding that’s transferring to the way I communicate with people as well, and in situations like this.”


She said "The Clarity Cleanse" helped her

A post shared by Anne Hathaway (@annehathaway) Jan 7, 2018 at 3:13pm PST

In October 2017, Hathaway made an Instagram post recommending "The Clarity Cleanse" by Dr. Habib Sadeghi.

" I am so excited to recommend Dr. Habib Sadeghi's 'The Clarity Cleanse' to anyone looking to live a life of greater peace and love," she wrote.

She also that she had not been paid to promote the cleanse, writing, " I am just sharing something that has helped me and brought more light into my life."

According to the book's website , "The Clarity Cleanse" is a 12-step guide to recognizing the "emotional issues that hold us back," plus ideas to increase energy through diet. Gwyneth Paltrow is a "spiritual advisor" for the cleanse.

One of the book's featured recipes is for an eggplant parmesan that does not actually contain parmesan .


Anne Hathaway Looks Like an Actual Angel With Windswept Curtain Bangs

Seeing as everyone is on the hunt for a new and improved summer hairstyle, every snap of excellent hair posted on Instagram provides noteworthy inspiration. Anne Hathaway&aposs is the latest hair look we&aposre saving so we can ask our hairdressers to recreate it for us as soon as possible. In an Instagram post on April 6, the actor paired her honey-blonde-highlighted hair with minimal (or no) makeup, oversized fuchsia sunglasses, a big bottle of water, and a bomber jacket — an ideal off-duty look.

Having previously wowed us in January (which honestly feels like it was a century ago), with side-swept, French-girl bangs while promoting her movie Locked Down, Hathaway&aposs latest selfie demonstrates how to wear curtain bangs — which, if you somehow haven&apost heard, are wildly trendy these days — for everyday outings as opposed to formal events. Wearing her part to the side, her wind-swept fringe perfectly frames her face and adds a detectable touch of French insouciance to her look. In fact, the famed French singer/songwriter Françoise Hardy springs to mind. The subtle blonde highlights through her lengths only added to the effect. 

If you, like millions out there probably are, still haven&apost hopped on the curtain bang bandwagon, this is your sign. Call your hairstylist right now. You will be spending much more of your time blow-drying, in all honesty, but we think we can all agree that Hathaway&aposs windswept look is proof that it&aposll be worth it.

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Anne Hathaway: Lighten Up About Your Pantyless Wardrobe Malfunction

Anne: I'm sorry, but you sounded like a school marm on The Today Show when you scolded paparazzi and our culture just because you didn't wear underpants at your Les Miserables premiere!

Anne Hathaway, give society a break. Just because you decided not to wear even a thong to your huge NYC premiere -- and you accidentally flashed your bare crotch -- doesn't mean that you should diss the culture of our age.

You told Matt Lauer on Dec. 12 episode of The Today Show, "Well, it was obviously an unfortunate incident -- I think it made me sad on two accounts. One was that I was very sad that we live in an age when someone takes a picture of another person in a vulnerable moment, and rather than delete it and do the decent thing, sells it. And I'm sorry that we live in a culture that commodifies sexuality in order to make a profit."

Yes, paparazzi don't have the most admirable careers in the world. They aren't negotiating world peace or curing cancer. But the photographers on the red carpet at the NYC premiere of your film, Les Miserables, were given press credentials to get photos of YOU and your co-stars, Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, and Russell Crowe.

Paparazzi Were Invited To Your Premier.

That was their job. They were there taking photos that would publicize your film so it would create buzz and have a huge Christmas Day opening.

Their mission is to take photos at lightning speed. It's what they are trained to do. They can't miss getting shots that their agencies need.

Anne, I doubt the photographer who took your photo getting out of your limousine even realized that he captured a photo of you going commando under your gorgeous Tom Ford dress. He shot his pictures at the event and then would have uploaded them immediately to his agency.

Now, I'm not trying to be a big paparazzi defender, but the guy was invited to the event and was working. You were also there working. You looked stunning, were gracious doing interviews and were promoting potentially the biggest role and success of your career.

The Big Upsides of Stardom versus Downsides.

You are a star and about to become an even bigger star. But along with being a public figure come upsides and downsides of becoming a celebrity that people care about. The positive is that if people are intrigued by you, they will flock to your films in droves. Your box office bankability will be boosted so you can command the roles of your dreams and multi-million dollar paychecks that 99.999 percent of the world can only dream about.

The downside is that you give up some personal privacy in public. You will not always like the photos or stories that are printed about you AND you will need to wear underwear if you don't want your privates revealed.

Hey, the Queen and all the Royals have learned long ago how to avoid wardrobe malfunctions, even when getting in and out of limousines.


Anne Hathaway Just Made The Most Shocking Announcement EVER!

Anne Hathaway is without a doubt one of Hollywood’s most private celebs. But, now the star is opening up about something very personal–anxiety.

The Ocean's Eight actress got candid in a recent interview with Town & Country Magazine's Feb. 2019 issue, where she revealed that her glamorous A-list status doesn't leave her exempt from stress and pressure. In fact, it magnifies it.

But Hathaway says that she's found a creative way to manage her stress, calling Instagram one of her favorites outlets to relieve her anxiety because it allows her to &ldquocalm down and communicate&rdquo better with her fans.

"Having the ability to do something on my own terms has been good for me. It has allowed me to calm down and communicate in a way that&rsquos more clear,&rdquo she told the magazine.

Not a social media fan? Hathaway says there's another way your phone can help you move on from a stressful situation.

&ldquoSet a timer on your phone, have a candle nearby, and write it all down. You spew it out. You do not read it. The timer goes off, you tear it out of the book, and you light it on fire. All of this energy, this angst, this rage &mdash everything is smoke,&rdquo she shared.

The star admitted that living in the limelight is hard, but she admitted that she still feels "lucky" to have the career she does. In fact, she says that the successes she's had in her 20-year career don't always seem real to her.

"A part of me just has to be aware that whatever it&rsquos asking me of me, I&rsquom incredibly lucky to be the one who&rsquos being asked,&rdquo she said.

Thankfully, Hathaway has a good support system behind her and says that she draws on the strength of other women in the industry when she needs a boost. &ldquoYou just believe that more is possible," she continued. "You&rsquore a little bit braver and you want to dig a little bit deeper, you know?"

Are you surprised to that Anne struggles with stress and anxiety? Will you be trying her tips to unwind and de-stress? Let us know in the comments below!


Jennifer Lawrence Just Can't Help It

We're sitting in an empty bar at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Atlanta, not far from where Lawrence, in her role as the longbow-wielding Katniss Everdeen, is filming the third and fourth installments of The Hunger Games franchise, Mockingjay-Part 1, due out in November, and Mockingjay-Part 2, a November 2015 release. Our allotted time is just about up, and I've demanded a juicy piece of gossip in exchange for promising to keep out of print whatever career-ending comments she may have already uttered. (Nobody ever said celebrity journalism was pretty.)

By "quite the opposite," the actress means it's that time of the month, which may seem quite the overshare, even coming from the girl who introduced the world to the perils of "armpit vagina" while wearing Dior Haute Couture at this year's Screen Actors Guild Awards. But it is crucial to bear in mind when you hear her fulminate about various annoyances, from fans who interrupt her during meals to Anne Hathaway's online haters to, yes, the paparazzi.

Credits: vest, $725, 3.1 Phillip Lim pants $575 Sportsmax

For Lawrence's full interview, pick up a copy of Marie Claire's June issue on newsstands on May 20th. Check out some of the best quotes from the interview below!

On maintaining a long-distance relationship with Nicholas Hoult: "When we're busy, we agree to mutually ignore each other. Not completely, but neither of us gets mad when the other doesn't text back or call. Life's super-busy. Obviously you know what they're doing, and you trust them. We're so young that it would almost be like if we lived in the same city, what would happen? We'd be living together. At least this way he's in the same boat as I am: We can go out and have our own lives and know that we have each other."

Credits: coat, price upon request, Céline pants, $690, Derek Lam ring, $400, Tiffany & Co. sneakers, $295, Michael Kors

On a conspiracy theory suggesting that her tendency to trip over her own feet at the Academy Awards is part of a devious plot to appear authentic: "I'm trying to do the right thing, waving to fans, trying to be nice, and there's a traffic cone. The second I hit it, I was laughing, but on the inside I was like, 'You're fucked. They're totally going to think this is an act. ' But trust me if I was going to plan it, I would have done it at the Golden Globes or the SAGs. I would have never done it at two Oscars in a row. I watch Homeland&mdashI'm craftier than that!"

On suffering from abdominal pains and panic attacks during the press tour for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: "I was so freaked out, I called my publicist crying. I had to cancel Chelsea Handler. I was terrified to get on a plane to New York because I was convinced I had an ulcer that was bleeding. I went to the hospital. There was a bit of blood in my stomach, but they said it was nothing to worry about. I was like, 'Really? Because I'm pretty worried!'"

On fame making it hard for her to be the person she was raised to be: "I'm a lot more closed off and frankly probably rude. I mean, I'm from Kentucky. I used to be very personable and make eye contact and smile at people, and now all I do is look down. When I'm at dinner and one person after another keeps interrupting to take pictures, it's like, 'I can't live like this.'"

Credits: dress, $2,669, Peter Pilotto ear cuff, price upon request, Repossi

On her candor: "I'm not like, 'I'm a rebel I'm out of control.' I just don't think about things before I say them or do them."

On friendship: "I don't trust a girl who doesn't have any girlfriends. I have really close girlfriends, but they are guys like me&mdashgirls who eat and don't know anything about fashion."

On rumors that she's jealous of Kristen Stewart, Nicholas Hoult's costar in the upcoming sci-fi romance Equals: "There was something in a magazine, and I was like, 'Oh, my God, that's hilarious,' because Kristen and I are friends. I actually texted her a picture of it and was like, 'Just so you know, this is absolutely true.'"

On being up against Lupita Nyong'o for the 2014 Best Supporting Actress Oscar: "I was very happy I voted for Lupita. It's beautiful when you watch something good happen to somebody when it's well deserved."


Watch the video: Anne Hathaway smoking cigarette compilation (August 2022).