She has been criticised for her acceptance speech style throughout awards season.
And after it was revealed Anne Hathaway worked on what she would say as she claimed her Best Supporting Actress prize at The Academy Awards on Sunday, the star has admitted the negative reception has somewhat taken its toll on her.
She said about those nicknamed ‘Hatha-haters’: ‘It does get to me. But you have to remember in life that there's a positive to every negative and a negative to every positive.’
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Oscar come-down: Anne went make-up free on a trip in Los Angeles on TuesdayShe stunned fans when she managed to hold it together on stage during the main ceremony. But it didn't take long for her to give in to her emotions - breaking down in tears as she was asked about the victory by press backstage after collecting her award for her role as tragic prostitute Fantine in Les Miserables.
Asked what she had meant by 'it came true' during her acceptance speech, a clearly emotional Anne struggled to continue as she clutched her Oscar and explained through sobs: 'I had a dream... and it came true.
Spring fashion: She went for lunch in a floral maxi dress, oversize cardigan, and Stella McCartney Faux Python bag
'And it can happen. And it's wonderful.'
Anne then managed to compose herself as she continued with the backstage interviews.
It has been claimed that the actress worked hard on her acceptance speech to make herself more likeable for viewers.
Holding the purse strings: Anne forked up some cash for a valet serviceAccording to insiders, Anne pushed herself to perfect the speech after she hit headlines with her acceptance style earlier during awards season. A source toldUsMagazine.com:'She was very aware that she had been the butt of everyone's jokes.'Anne had hit headlines in February with her overly-long acceptance speech after taking home the BAFTA award for her Les Miserables role - thanking everybody from her hair and make-up artist to Les Miserables author Victor Hugo.
Warm weather: She revealed her slender figure as she got into her car and whipped off her cardigan
One person sarcastically tweeted: 'If Hathaway thanked Victor Hugo, will Bigelow have to thank Bin Laden?'
While another said: 'Sigh. There Anne Hathaway goes again, being all surprised and honored and humble with a carefully rehearsed extemporaneous speech. #BAFTA'.
Meanwhile Anne has apologised for switching to a pale pink Prada gown for the red carpet at the last minute.
Getting it to go: Her husband Adam Shulman carried out food from Lucifers Pizza in Los AngelesShe said in a statement to People magazine: ‘It came to my attention late Saturday night that there would be a dress worn to the Oscars that is remarkably similar to the Valentino I had intended to wear, and so I decided it was best for all involved to change my plans.’The 30-year-old is a longtime fan of the designer and has worn his pieces for many years including when she got married to Adam Shulman last September. Her movie co-star Amanda Seyfried turned up in an Armani Prive gown very similar to the one she was expected to wear.
Stole her look? Les Miserables actress Amanda Seyfried arrived in an Armani Prive gown similar to the Valentino one Anne intended to donShe continued: ‘Though I love the dress I did wear, it was a difficult last minute decision as I had so looked forward to wearing Valentino in honor of the deep and meaningful relationship I have enjoyed with the house and with Valentino himself. ‘I deeply regret any disappointment caused.’
With all the negative attention surrounding the star, she didn't look too joyful as she stepped out in Brentwood, California on Tuesday.Pale Anne covered her eyes in dark sunglasses and accessorised with sandals and a snakeskin bag as she fashioned a floral maxi dress and chunky knit cardigan.
Emotional: Despite holding it together during her acceptance speech, Anne Hathaway broke down in tears during a post-Oscars interview after being crowned Best Supporting Actress for Les Miserables on Sunday night