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LOS ANGELES, USA - Anne Hathaway won best supporting actress Golden Globe on Sunday (Monday, January 14, Manila time) for her role as the young mother and prostitute Fantine in musical adaptation "Les Miserables" by British director Tom Hooper.
Hathaway beat fellow nominees Amy Adams in "The Master," Sally Field in political drama "Lincoln," Helen Hunt in "The Sessions" and Nicole Kidman in "The Paperboy."
Thanking Globes organizers the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), she said: "Thank you for putting me, my work in this category with great and gutsy actresses. Amy, Nicole, Helen, and Sally.
"Thank you for this lovely blunt object that I will forevermore use as a weapon against self-doubt" she added, clutching the golden award.
Watch Anne Hathaway's complete acceptance speech here:
She also paid tribute to fellow cast member Hugh Jackman and director Tom Hooper. "Hugh Jackman, my friend, you are brilliant in this role. I love you. Tom Hooper," she said. - Rappler.com
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