Actress Anne Hathaway recently did an interview with Glamour Magazine to promote her new movie Les Miserables. Amongst other things, Anne also talked about the mental torment she goes through while being in the spotlight and her struggle to love her body. I found this to be sad. I know ALL women no matter what they look like struggle with their bodies and accepting them. But come on this is Anne you played Catwoman, the sexiest and most confident female superhero/villain. Needless to say I was surprised about how she felt about herself. I think it’s terrible that actor/actress’s get picked on so much for what they wear or how they look. It’s like they aren’t allowed to be human. I think it’s why I can’t be bothered to watch the show Fashion Police. It’s just a show where they just bash celebrities, not just attacking their clothes but their bodies and personal lives. Even A-list movie stars like Anne Hathaway have their insecurities. “I still feel the stress over ‘Am I thin enough? Am I too thin? Is my body the right shape?'” the Les Miserables star admits in the January issue of Glamour. “There’s an obsessive quality to it that I thought I would’ve grown out of by now. It’s an ongoing source of shame for me.” Being in the public eye exacerbates her body woes, according to the star. “I just think about the ridicule you get if you have an off day. If people weren’t watching, I’d be so much more eccentric. I know it makes me sound weak, but rather than make myself happy and wear the silly hat and say, ‘Oh, I don’t care.’ I actually really don’t feel like getting made fun of,” she says. “So I put on something boring and navy and go out and try to disappear.” Since late 2007, Hathaway has been trying to ignore the negative thoughts in her head and focus on the positives in her life. (At the time, she had recently split with Italian real estate developer Raffaello Follieri, who pleaded guilty to 14 counts of wire fraud, money laundering and conspiracy in October 2008. Says the star, “My trust had “been betrayed quite massively.”) “There’s no magic bullet. There’s no pill that you take that makes everything great and makes you happy all the time,” Hathaway says. “I’m letting go of those expectations, and that’s opening me up to moments of transcendent bliss.”