Anne Hathaway Won’t Stop Talking About Anne Hathaway’s Vagina

HER: And then, I got out of the car, and you could see my vagina. And everyone was like taking pictures of it, but I didn’t want them to take pictures of it because it’s my vagina…
HIM: Are those the new Versace loafers? Goddamn…

Like most people, I’ll never forget where I was the day Anne Hathaway’s vagina graced the Internet, and apparently neither will she because it’s all she’s talked about since even though there’s an entire cottage industry of people showing their noonerholes online. It practically fuels this whole thing. Anyway, here are her reactions that run the gamut of “oh, well, what are you gonna do?” to moral outrage to “eh, might as well use it to sell tickets.” (I bought two, so please tell me this movie isn’t a musical about 19th century France or some stupid bullshit. *checks IMDB* Dammit!)

Via Page Six, approximately 16 hours after Vagina Ground Zero:

“I found out [about the pictures] just as I came in,” she was overheard saying to sympathetic guests at a Four Seasons restaurant luncheon for the film yesterday. “And I just thought, ‘OK, where’s the comedy?’ ” She added, “It has hit. It has landed. A bomb has gone off. I think what I am going to do is whatever my next appearance is . . . I’m going to step out of the car in a blanket. You’ve got to laugh at it.”

Via NY Daily News, as vagina fever sets in:

I was getting out of the car and my dress was so tight that I didn’t realize it until I saw all the photographers’ flashes,” she told Vanity Fair writer Ingrid Sischy.
“It was devastating. They saw everything. I might as well have lifted up my skirt for them.”

And finally this morning on TODAY where Anne Hathaway was more vagina than woman now, twisted and evil:

“It was obviously an unfortunate incident,” she said. “It kind of made me sad on two accounts. One was that 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 sexuality of unwilling participants [Ed. Note: She reads the site. I knew it! – SW], which brings us back to ‘Les Mis,’ that’s what my character is, she is someone who is forced to sell sex to benefit her child because she has nothing and there’s no social safety net.”

If it makes Anne Hathaway feel any better, I live in America which also has a pretty shitty social safety net, but now thanks to her vagina, I’m able to afford gifts for my loved ones. So in a way it’s like her genitals saved Christmas and without anybody seeing her labia. Isn’t that what the holidays are all about? (The answer to that question is, no, by the way, because a vagina without labia is like a duck without a bill and not because I’d still have sex with either of those at the drop of a hat. Completely unrelated.)

Photos: INFdaily, WENN