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Walking eyelash Anne Hathaway says looking at her upskirt crotch is sad

by | 13th, December 2012

14047654 Walking eyelash Anne Hathaway says looking at her upskirt crotch is sad ANNE Hathaway, the eyelash heavy actress, managed to be photographed without her knickers on at the Les Miserables premiere in New York City.

Hathaway famously shed 25lb to play Fantine in Les Misérables. How had she lost so much weight?

 “I don’t wish to discuss how I did it. I remember when I was a teenager and … if an actress that I had looked up to had told me about their crazy weight-loss method I would have tried it. I don’t recommend anyone try this. It was not designed with any health benefits in mind except to make me look like an impoverished prostitute who was near death. While shooting the film I didn’t look healthy or good and I wasn’t supposed to. Dying of tuberculosis is not romantic [or] pretty.”

So. Having risen above the Hollywood balls of being a simpering sex object at the mercy of her looks and weight, Hathaway oozes out of an SUV before hundreds of slavering snappers without any knickers on. Sod the thought and the art, Anne, just tell use where you buy your under-crackers and where you left them. Or as Anne puts it on the telly:

“It was obviously an unfortunate incident. It kind of 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 the sexuality of unwilling participants. Which brings us back to Les Mis [...] So lets get back to Les Mis.”

She can wear no underwear in public – and get loadsa publicity – but looking is your fault. Got it? So. Lets talk about the narrative arc of Les Mis. And, Anne, thanks for ruining the ending… both of them.



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