Anne Hathaway Is 'Feeling Pretty Groovy' Over Oscar Nomination
Anne Hathaway, winner of Best Supporting Actress for 'Les Miserables,' poses in the press room at the 18th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards held at Barker Hangar on January 10, 2013 in Santa Monica, Calif. -- Getty Images
Anne Hathaway is basking in her post-Oscar nomination glow.
"I'm feeling pretty groovy today," the "Les Miserables" star told Access Hollywood at Thursday's Critics' Choice Awards, when asked about her Oscar nod.
"It's all kind of beautiful and everything," she said of the nomination for playing Fantine, where she sings the musical's classic song "I Dreamed A Dream" and also cuts off her hair - something she did on camera.
The 30-year-old actress was already awake when the good news came early Thursday morning.
"Because I spent the holidays in Europe... I'm not on the right time zone and I was up anyway. And then I couldn't fall back asleep, so I just like was pottering around the house with my dog," she told Access.
Anne took home the Best Supporting Actress at the Critics' Choice Awards, but the there was one little snafu when she got the trophy.
"This is a bittersweet moment for me because I have this award, but you spelled my name wrong," she said during her acceptance speech. "It is with an 'e,' it's probably in bad taste for me to point that out here."
-- Jesse Spero
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