Last night at the SAG Awards, Anne Hathaway won yet another prize for her outstanding performance as Fantine in Tom Hooper's movie version of 'Les Miserables.' For her acceptance speech, a pseudo surprised Hathaway began by announcing she was thankful to have dental insurance before getting into the usual thanking of friends, family and producers.
Though the remark was quite unexpected, this isn't the first time Hathaway delivers an odd speech this award season.
Earlier this month, the actress led her 'Best Supporting Actress" Critics Choice Award speech by stating "this was a bittersweet moment" for her because her name had been misspelled on the screen that announced her nomination.
Actress Anne Hathaway holds her award which she won for Best Female Supporting Actor " Les Miserables" at the 19th Annual SAG Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on on January 27, 2013. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Anne Hathaway arrives for the 19th Annual SAG Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on on January 27, 2013. UPI/Phil McCarten
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