Anne Hathaway's "I Dreamed a Dream" from "Les Misérables" is re-intepreted as an Oscar campaign song
Anne Hathaway is a favorite to win a Best Supporting Actress Oscar this year for "Les Misérables," but just in case the Academy is considering otherwise, her talented doppelgänger is haunting the internet with a song explaining why Hathaway deserves it.
Actress Emma Fitzpatrick, who might arguably deserve an Oscar herself for this, parodies Hathaway's emotional on-screen performance of "I Dreamed a Dream" with "For Your Consideration."
"I played a prostitute who died/Her life was really sad and awful," Fitzpatrick belts out with a head of Hathaway hair. "But I was bold and not afraid/I let them give me this new haircut."
Click here to get some background, and then enjoy the new set of lyrics by Robert Hill, as sung by Fitzpatrick:
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