Anne Hathaway has been garnering a lot of award buzz for her performance in the upcoming musical-turned-movie Les Misérables, but she had to address some unwanted attention on Today this morning regarding Monday's "wardrobe malfunction." Anne had a compromising photo taken of herself — minus underwear — getting out of her car at the New York premiere of the film, but she had a very classy response when Matt Lauer began his interview with "seen a lot of you lately." The actress called the incident "sad," adding, "I was very sad that we live in an age when someone takes a picture of another person in a vulnerable moment, and rather than delete it and do the decent thing, sells it. And I'm sorry that we live in a culture that commodifies the sexuality of unwilling participants." Watch the interview now, and let us know in the comments what you think of Anne's response.
Comedian and actress Marietta Sirleaf — known as Retta — cracks us up every week playing Donna on Parks and Recreation (not to mention her hilarious Twitter feed). And last night she brought her sense of humor to Conan, telling a story about her favorite type of music. Even though her TV character is cousins with '90s R&B singer Ginuwine, Retta explained that she's actually more of an opera fan than an R&B fan. She then told Conan about the time an older couple stereotypically assumed she was listening to rap in her car, but they were in for a surprise when she rolled down her window. Watch the funny clip now!
This morning on Live With Kelly and Michael, Keira Knightley opened up about her engagement to musician James Righton. Like most engaged ladies, Keira said she's been flashing her ring whenever she gets a chance and that they've just been enjoying this time in their relationship. She also dished on whether they've set a date yet. Kelly shared what she imagines an idyllic evening with Keira and James would be like, which may or may not be close to reality. Watch now to find out more about Keira's impending nuptials and why they need to get a fox and some dogs!
When Beauty and the Beast needed a new castle, they called on HGTV's House Hunters International to help. The couple is looking for a place with space for Belle to store her books in a location where people won't be scared away by the Beast's appearance. They've paired it down to three castles. Will they choose the place with the large living space and a place to keep glass slippers? The authentic seaside location? Or castle number three, which has a library and enchanted dishes?
Anyone who spends hours on the couch watching recorded episodes of the hit show will recognize the soothing voice-over and house-hunting jargon in this dead-on parody made by Disney and HGTV to promote the recent additions to New Fantasyland at Disney World. Watch and tell us: do you think Belle and the Beast chose the right castle?
America's first dog gives us a sneak peek of this year's holiday decorations before thousands of visitors descend upon the White House during this very special time of year. Bo sure loves the glittering trees, colorful decorations, and . . . wait, is that another Bo? Watch as the famous Portuguese Water Dog takes center stage while enjoying a leisurely stroll through his sparkling home.
Last night, French stunner Marion Cotillard talked sexiness with Chelsea Handler. When Chelsea commented on Marion's heat factor, they got on the topic of "sexual being" and self-described sex symbol Will Ferrell. Marion defended Will's bedroom skills, adding that she hopes to work with the funnyman but not sleep with him. She said, "I'm the kind of animal who would love to work with this kind of animal." Watch the sexy exchange now!
Two of my favorite New York men sat down today on Anderson Live to discuss People magazine's newly crowned Sexiest Man Alive, Channing Tatum. Host Anderson Cooper, who just happened to watch Magic Mike recently, weighed in: "He's a really good dancer. I guess he used to be a stripper at one point. He's also married which I hadn't realized. He's like a young married guy, he seems like a good guy." But as guest cohost Andy Cohen pointed out, Channing had to share some of the spotlight in the issue. "Have you seen this? 50 Shades of Grey?" He asked Anderson. "Look at Silver Fox. It's a scale of gray-haired people basically and you are next to Ted Danson," Andy said. Watch Anderson's adorable reaction.
The third time's the charm for this weekend's Saturday Night Live host, Anne Hathaway. The actress is taking to the stage with musical guest Rihanna, and according to the promos, we might be in for a slightly more introspective episode than we're used to. Hathaway and her promo sidekick, Jason Sudeikis, ponder the bigger questions in life, like who exactly is the "they" in "they say," and, ultimately, whose short 'do is sexier?
Check out the video after the jump.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are all over the press circuit this week, which can signify only one thing: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is near. The conclusion to the series hits theaters on Nov. 16, and Robert Pattinson stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night for a quick chat about make-out scenes on set and his favorite part about shooting the saga. Hint: it's probably not the answer you're expecting. Check out the video to hear his answer!
"If I have to listen to one more gray-faced man with a $2 haircut explain to me what rape is, I'm going to lose my mind," Tina Fey joked last night at the Center For Reproductive Rights Inaugural Gala. We hear you, Tina! We were incredulous when candidate Todd Akin said "legitimate rape" won't cause pregnancy, or when fellow GOP candidate Richard Mourdock outdid him by saying, "I think that even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."
Last night, Tina said, "I wish we could have an honest and respectful dialogue about these complicated issues, but it seems like we can't right now." She was also joined by Stanley Tucci, who encouraged the crowd to support the Draw the Line campaign and the Bill of Reproductive Rights, which would guarantee women the right to affordable reproductive health services including pregnancy care, contraception, and abortion. Earlier this month, we spoke to fellow Draw the Line campaign supporter Sarah Silverman. Sarah told us that "women's reproductive rights and being able to be in control of your own body. I think that's, to me, a very nonpartisan issue." Watch Tina Fey address the group at the Reproductive Rights Inaugural Gala, and weigh in on whether you support a Bill of Reproductive Rights.