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Anderson Cooper Defends Anne Hathaway Against Mean Haters

March 01, 2013 04:55:29 GMT

Unlike many others, the CNN host sees no flaws on the 'Les Miserables' actress as he describes her as an 'incredibly talented' and 'lovely person.'


Anderson Cooper Defends Anne Hathaway Against Mean Haters
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Anderson Cooper didn't understand why there was so much hatred against Anne Hathaway. The CNN anchor thought people were overreacting when giving his comment on the amount of criticisms thrown against the "Les Miserables" actress.

"In our morning meeting today, we were talking about this and the level of hatred people have towards Anne Hathaway; I had no idea. She seems like a perfectly lovely person," he said on his show Thursday, February 28. "I don't understand. She's incredibly talented, she seems like a lovely person, I think she's been through a lot. People have all these judgments about her; they don't know what she's really like. It upset me."

When his co-host tried to criticize her speech after winning Best Supporting Actress at the 85th annual Oscars, the "Anderson" presenter once again came to Hathaway's defense. "She got up there, she made eye contact, she remembered people's names without reading it. I mean, give her a break," he said.

"The amount of pressure she must feel knowing all these people hate her - give her a break; she seems like a lovely young person. Again, people form all these opinions on people based on nothing. You have no actual evidence," the Silver Fox continued.

"I've got no dog in this hunt. I don't know Anne Hathaway. It just seems so completely unfair to me. I had no idea this whole hatred existed, I feel like I've just woken up and realized the entire universe is attacking her and I feel bad for her and I am defending her."

Anne was ridiculed on the internet during the Academy Awards due to her Prada dress that featured perky bust line. Many ran stories giving an impression that she flaunted her nipples while in reality it's not even showing.

She's back on the news later on after admitting that she ditched Valentino gown for a creation by another designer. She apologized for the snafu, explaining the last-minute change was inevitable to avoid her showing up in a dress similar to another actress, Amanda Seyfried.

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by Ana on Mar 09, 2013
Being a "hater" is the same as being a bully when you call people derogatory names. Whatever happened to all the outrage at Internet bullies that contributed to the deaths of several young people? Critiquing her acting performance is one thing but attacking her persona and participating in any site dedicated solely for the purpose of spreading hurtful things is another. It doesn't matter why she and others get bullied unless we do something to stop it. Annonimity has its place but hiding behind a screen name in order to be shameless in dishing out hatred is just cowardice.

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