Oscars 2013: Anne Hathaway’s Nipples Upstage Anne Hathaway’s Best Supporting Actress Victory

From the very first moment that word began leaking out about Anne Hathaway’s powerhouse performance of “I Dreamed A Dream” in Les Miserables, she became a heavy favorite to win her very first Oscar. However, from the very first moment that she stepped onto the red carpet of the Academy Awards tonight, the only thing that people could concentrate on were the way that her Prada gown put her not-unfamiliar nipples on display.

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Within seconds of Anne Hathaway’s arrival this evening, the Twitter handle @hathawaynipples was created, picking up some 1,600 followers along the way. It was all that the Lilliputian Ryan Seacrest and Kristen Chenoweth could do to keep from staring at them during their respective red carpet interviews for E! and ABC —each of their eyelines were, after all, directly lined up with the statuesque Hathaway’s bustline— and as soon as Anne was named the winner of tonight’s Best Supporting Actress Oscar, the producers in the control truck tried (largely in vain) to keep her headbeams just south of the frame.

We can’t help but wonder if Oscar host Seth MacFarlane is currently backstage, frantically working on a new version of his opening monologue song “We Saw Your Boobs” for Miss Hathaway. Either way, we know that thousands of horny teenage boys will be dreaming themselves a dream tonight thinking of Anne’s Hathaways.

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