Anne Hathaway Answers Critics
PHOTO: Anne Hathaway, winner of the Best Supporting Actress award for "Les Miserables," poses in the press room for the Academy Awards at Loews Hollywood Hotel, Feb. 24, 2013, in Hollywood.

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Anne Hathaway may have won the approval of the Academy on Oscar night with her supporting actress win, but so-called "Hathahaters" are criticizing the star's authenticity.

In what was seen as a stereotypical Oscar win moment, "It came true!" Hathaway cried as she accepted her Oscar on Sunday. US Weekly reports that she rehearsed her speech a lot after backlash over her Golden Globe, SAG and BAFTA acceptance speeches.

At the Golden Globe Awards for instance, the "Les Miserables" star called her award "a weapon of self-doubt."

Hathaway addressed the jokes that were made about her emotional speeches. She told US Weekly, "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."

She tried to win over the haters in her Oscar speech but expressed that even with all of the criticism, "I live my life with love. I live my life with compassion. I live my life hoping the best for absolutely everyone, no matter how they feel about me. And when you live that way, it's amazing how beautiful every day can be."

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