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Anne Hathaway Was a "Witch" to Husband Adam While Filming Les Mis

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Anne Hathaway's buzzed-about weight loss while filming Les Misérables affected more than just her body - on Chelsea Lately, she addressed how her extreme diet impacted her relationship with husband Adam Shulman, too. After losing 25 pounds for her role as Fantine, Anne claims she was a "witch." When Chelsea Handler asked how their relationship survived, Anne said it's "entirely due to [her] wonderful husband," adding, "I was starving, so I wasn't that much fun to be around. And there was one day when - I kid you not - I picked a fight with him because he wouldn't watch a sunset with me." Watch the interview to hear why she had to send him away during a vacation in England because he was making her "too happy."

Anne Hathaway's buzzed-about weight loss while filming Les Misérables affected more than just her body - on Chelsea Lately, she addressed how her extreme diet impacted her relationship with husband Adam Shulman, too. After losing 25 pounds for her role as Fantine, Anne claims she was a "witch." When Chelsea Handler asked how their relationship survived, Anne said it's "entirely due to [her] wonderful husband," adding, "I was starving, so I wasn't that much fun to be around. And there was one day when - I kid you not - I picked a fight with him because he wouldn't watch a sunset with me." Watch the interview to hear why she had to send him away during a vacation in England because he was making her "too happy."">
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