Without a doubt Anne Hathaway has a killer smile. With shorter cropped hair, her mouth is out of control… in a good way. The 30-year-old is absolutely rocking on the cover of Glamour magazine’s January 2013 issue which was snapped by photographer Alexei Hay. Sporting a tank, briefs and shiny stylin’ Skullcandy headphones, Hathaway glows. Must be the fact she’s in love and a recent newlywed. She wed Adam Shulman this past summer.
“It’s wonderful. I feel like I’ve found my other half, and I’m so excited about getting to love him for the rest of our lives… I would never have gotten married if it weren’t for him. You have to want to be married to someone. You have to feel that reciprocated. Marriage for marriage’s sake doesn’t make any sense to me, and I found someone with whom I could put my money where my mouth is, I guess.” – Anne Hathaway
In addition to her marriage, The Devil Wears Prada actress talks about cutting off all her hair for her Oscar bait role in the highly-anticipated musical, Les Miserables. Anne talks about adjusting to her shorter do in the accompanying interview. Other topics discussed include her obsession with her weight and public image and also the reason why she’s wearing that One Billion Rising tank.
On February 14, she’s joining forces with the organization in inviting one billion people to walk out of their jobs, schools and homes to dance. The number represents the number of women on the planet who’ve been raped or beaten. It’s time to end violence against women and girls, and Anne hopes you join her dancing wherever you are on Valentine’s Day.
“It’s hard to wrap my head around the fact that a billion women have been raped or beaten, just the enormity of that. When I was in college, I’d heard that one in four women would be raped, and I thought, God, that means I must know someone who was raped. Sure enough, I found out a week later that a friend had been. A billion is too big because one is too big.”
“I really didn’t want the paparazzi at my wedding, and I thought that I’d outfoxed them. The plan was to release a photo to my fans on Instagram. But when some paparazzi got aerial shots and I realized that they could make money off them, I wanted to prevent that, to make the money go somewhere else. So I released four photos, and every time they’re printed, in perpetuity, the money goes to a corresponding charity.”
“People are warmer to me. Also, I’m a fairly shy person,and [in the past] on days when I didn’t want to deal with the world, I’d wear a hat and pull my hair around me and hide. I can’t do that now. I have to be me all the time. And it’s changed my habits, because if I was having a bad skin day, I could have a good hair day. Now I have no hair, so I have to take better care of myself because I’m all face!”
For more pictures and to read the entire interview, head over to www.glamour.com.