Anne Hathaway explains her Oscar speech: 'I got called out big time'
2016-10-22 | Total Views: 801 | Author: AIO News
Anne Hathaway has admitted she felt "very uncomfortable" while collecting her Oscar in 2013.
The actress's incredibly committed performance in movie musical Les Miserables won her the prize for Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the 85th Academy Awards. She beat off strong competition from Sally Field, Jacki Weaver, Amy Adams and Helen Hunt.
However, her acceptance speech â€“ which famously began with Hathaway saying "it came true" â€“ was widely-mocked afterwards, provoking an unexpected backlash against the actress.
"I felt very uncomfortable," Hathaway recalled in an interview with The Guardian.