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12:20 pm - 02/25/2013

Anne Hathaway’s Awful Acceptance Speeches: An Annoying Look Back


Anne Hathaway has been everywhere this year for her award winning performance in Les Miserables — and it has been awful. For someone who is so talented and so aware she is going to win every award she is nominated for, this girl has been giving acceptance speeches that are getting worse and worse. And then, somehow, even worse.

So before she makes what will no doubt be the most painful speech of tomorrow’s Oscars, let’s take a look back at all these grating moments below. Just make sure you have a drink handy.

Then, let’s all pray that the more deserving Amy Adams will find herself at the podium tomorrow night.

The Critics Choice Awards, when it all began. Really Anne, telling people that just gave you an award that they spelled your name wrong? You are the WORST!

Golden Globe Awards, or when Hathaway tried to do Tina Fey. DON’T EVER TRY AND DO TINA FEY ANNE HATHAWAY.

Golden Globes part 2, when we learn the producers hate Anne and she grabs the mic like it’s a hot dick.

SAG Awards. Her most bearable speech, which is not really saying much.

BAFTAS, where no one likes Anne Hathaway. At all.

And finally, the Oscars…

As our Julieanne Smolinski said on the NNN Twitter acct:

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I love Anne, but I was feeling a rush of secondhand embarrassment all throughout this award season from her speeches. She sounded too rehearsed and staged, even though she probably meant to come off genuine.

starzangelus 25th-Feb-2013 06:49 pm (UTC)
which I promptly told her that shit does not exist and she should never say it in front of me again

Un-friend that person, bb.
duchello 25th-Feb-2013 06:52 pm (UTC)
ugh its just so depressing because shes a good college friend and now we work together and I'm trying really hard to be patient with her and inform her about how problematic her statements can be because she's republican and slightly ignorant.
starzangelus 25th-Feb-2013 07:07 pm (UTC)
:(


Damn, my mom is Republican so I get it. :/
sarahvma 25th-Feb-2013 07:28 pm (UTC)
Honestly, it's not a bad thing to have friends you completely disagree with. People get in trouble when they only group with like-minded individuals and become incapable of seeing an alternate viewpoint.

That said, I'm glad you dragged her ass.
duchello 26th-Feb-2013 05:43 am (UTC)
No it definitely isn't bad, it makes for good conversation (or at least really heated ones). It's just interesting/sometimes frustrating that we are both in the same exact point in our lives yet had such distinct upbringings and its obviously reflected in our political views. Despite the politics we are pretty patient and loyal to each other.
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