Anne Hathaway Covers Harper's Bazaar UK Plus Where She's Been and What She's Up To

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Anne Hathaway Covers Harper's Bazaar UK Plus Where She's Been and What She's Up To
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Anne Hathaway covers the February issue of Harper's Bazaar UK and looks like she started falling asleep during the shoot. Although she looks absolutely gorgeous in the picture, her eyes are half closed which give her a drowsy appearance. In the cover photo, she's sporting a black gem encrusted strapless gown, a bracelet and neutral makeup. She may have had a rough time chopping off her hair for her role as Fantine in the movie "Les Miserables," but she definitely pulls off the short hairstyle. Other than looking stunning on her latest magazine cover, what else has she been up to lately?

New Year's Eve party

The stunner spent New Year's Eve in style by celebrating the occasion with Valentino in Switzerland at his cottage at the Eagle Ski Club. She sang at the event and her husband, Adam Schulman, joined her with plenty of time to get a kiss at midnight. The 30-year-old and Valentino have reportedly been friends for years and of the actress he's even said "She's a very good friend of mine, she's like my daughter." A photo has surfaced of Anne along with Madonna and the designer at his party.

Soundtrack success

If you haven't heard the "Les Miserables" soundtrack, it's gut-wrenching and makes you want to grab a tissue and sob, especially when the wide-eyed beauty sings "I Dreamed a Dream." The single is currently the 27th most popular song on iTunes and the number 1 best seller on Amazon.com. The soundtrack is currently holding strong at number 2 on iTunes and is the number 1 best seller on Amazon.com.

Funny or Die skit

Right before Christmas, the "Dark Knight Rises" actress did a skit with Samuel L. Jackson which involved a debate over which movie - "Les Miserables" or "Django Unchained" - was more depressing. It's hysterical, so if you're missing all the Christmas cheer, make sure to check out the video. During their "Sad Off," they have hot chocolate, make gingerbread houses and decorate the Christmas tree, and in the end come to an agreement that "nothing says Christmas like slaves and wh**es." So far, the nearly four-minute long video has been viewed more than 1,200,000 times.

It looks like 2013 is definitely shaping up to be her year. Are you a fan?

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