Now she's waded into another controversy, essentially saying if you find Anne Hathaway the slightest bit annoying, you're a detriment to feminism -- especially if you've ever laughed at Seth MacFarlane's jokes.
In order to avoid a red carpet Hindenburg, Anne Hathaway abandoned her plans to wear a "pink embroidered tulle illusion gown" by Valentino to the 2013 Oscars, opting instead for a pale pink Prada column gown that clashed with her Tiffany necklace and made it look like her headlights were permanently on.
So why'd she do it? Apparently, because her 'Les Miserables' castmate Amanda Seyfried's silvery Alexander McQueen dress was too similar to Anne's original choice.
But in the world of Hollywood, you can't just make a last-minute switch like that without insulting some very important people. And so ... Gowngate was born.
Unlike multiple-time hosts Jerry Lewis, Bob Hope, Johnny Carson, Chevy Chase, Billy Crystal and Whoopi Goldberg, MacFarlane revealed that while he had loads of fun, this was a once in a lifetime deal.
If you noticed that Anne Hathaway's Oscar acceptance speech was less full of fake breathless surprise and more full of thanks, that's because she practiced it again and again after taking criticism for her Golden Globes, SAG and BAFTA speeches.
And rightly so. The shock and awe wasn't fooling anybody, and instead Anne came off as annoying and artificial. So she set out to change that.
The celebs were at home watching and snarking the Oscars just like we were. Apparently it’s just as fun for them to watch from home. And according to Steve Martin, the pay is the same as if he were hosting.
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