As you may know, Anne Hathaway recently posted this rather charming and innocent looking photo of Helena Bonham Carter captioned “IN A WORLD OF KARDASHIANS, Be a Helena Bonham Carter “ Helena is her usual slightly eccentric tousled self in the pic. It’s a nice and inoffensive message to young girls that EVERYONE doesn’t have to be overtly sexy and heavily made up like the you-know-whos. Looking off-beat or nerdy is just fine. Believe it or not, Anne was criticized by internet trolls (Kardashian fans?) who claimed to be OFFENDED by the post and unfortunately she caved, and took it down and apologized. How could ANYONE be turned off by this message? Anne is trying too hard to be politically correct…


Posted by Janet on May 24, 2016

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  1. By Jojo
    On May 24, 2016 at

    It’s a double edged sword when you mention the K word. While many people, don’t like the hoopla when you mention a K, many of us think of the well manicured make up that has become the signature K family face. So why does it get twisted when all Anne seemed to be saying was, it’s okay to be quirky. No one would have batted an eyelash if she has said, in a filthy world be manicured like a K? Honestly the core values of this country has become warped. The things that offend at the end of the day… Aren’t there other battles to be fought?

  2. By Larrissa
    On May 24, 2016 at

    Anne Hathaway is one of the most loathed actresses in Hollywood . Only Jessica Alba and Emmy Rossum are loathed more. They are blacklisted.

  3. By barceloneta
    On May 24, 2016 at

    so miracles happen………….

  4. By rq
    On May 25, 2016 at

    Helena Bonham Carter has more class in her little fingernail than the entire Klassless Klan put together, but AH apparently would rather pander to the masses.


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