Anne Hathaway: Anne Hathaway’s Partying Days
March 1, 2012 by staff
Anne Hathaway: Anne Hathaway’s Partying Days, After having a mini life crisis at the age of 16, Anne Hathaway has learned to not take life too seriously. In a recent interview, Hathaway recalled a conversation with her mother that altered the actress’s perspective on life.
Anne Hathaway arrives for the formal Artist’s Dinner honoring the recipients of the 2011 Kennedy Center Honors hosted by United States Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, December 3, 2011. The 2011 honorees are actress Meryl Streep, singer Neil Diamond, actress Barbara Cook, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, and saxophonist Sonny Rollins. UPI/Ron Sachs/Pool
“When I was 16, I remember sobbing in the kitchen and my mom said: ‘What’s the matter?’ I said: ‘Tara Lipinski won a gold medal at 15 (for figure skating at the 1998 Winter Olympics). I am now 16. What do I have to show for it?” she recounted. “My mom looked at Dad and then said to me: ‘Maybe you are taking things a little bit too seriously?”
From that point on, Hathaway made sure to loosen up and take things with a grain of salt. The 29-year-old’s mother told her that you must learn how to laugh at yourself no matter how embarrassed you may be.
“I have been in so many embarrassing situations over the years. I remember going to the School Of Rock premiere and wore a dress I didn’t [realize] was see through. I wasn’t wearing a bra,” Hathaway told The Sun.
Instead of letting these humiliating moments bring her down, she explained that if you don’t find the humor in these situations, “you really are taking yourself and life too seriously.”
Hathaway even compared herself to Lindsay Lohan during the interview. Known for heavy partying and breaking the law, Lohan is not someone you would think Hathaway is comparable to. However, she is convinced they share a similar past.
“We’ve all done things we shouldn’t. It is just that I did stuff at college when nobody knew about it, so I’m not a saint. I wasted time doing self-destructive things.”
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