Anne Hathaway may have won the best in her category at the Academy Awards, but that has proven just not good enough when it comes to her less-than-adoring fans. The straight-laced star has come under tremendous media scrutiny as of late, but not for the typical headline-making antics -- she’s not rubbing foam fingers anywhere near down there or (gasp) wearing nipple pasties. But the snark has simply been for her longer than average acceptance speeches and apparent overall annoying demeanor. In essence, her on-screen charm has not translated off screen -- and an email obtained by In Touch about the actresses supposed diva demands at a recent Hollywood event isn’t going to do her any favors among her “Hathahaters.” The 30-year-old actress played host at the Pink Party for cancer research on Oct. 19 in Los Angeles and her team went to great lengths to make sure the A-lister wasn’t bothered by pestering fans. The alleged email to the event staff reads: "PLEASE PLEASE Do not take photos of ask for an autograph from anne hathaway. Her team is starting to getting really concerned today. Please make sure none of you or your guests approach her. I know in the past our hosts have mingled in the party, but each person is different and We are trying to respect her space. No bloggers!!!!! Please!!!! cannot talk to her, nothing please. (forward team please help me!) Most of our celebs are happy to talk and share why cancer research is important to them so there will be other opportunities at the event. I will truly need all of your help!!! If you are sitting next to her in the front row, please make sure no one goes into to lounge :)" After this, we’re just waiting for The Huffington Post to do a “How Annoying Is Anne Hathaway: A Scientific Inquiry" Part 2.
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