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3TMZ Is Pissed Off That Anne Hathaway Ignored Them

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Anne Hathaway didn’t feel like talking to TMZ’s paparazzi and cameramen, and TMZ is pissed off about it. Apparently Hathaway was at LAX when TMZ people came up to her. Rather than deal with them, she made a beeline towards what she thought was her SUV waiting for her — but as she opened the door, she realized she had the wrong car. However, she asked if she could get in and wait until her car got there, because that’s how badly she didn’t want to talk to TMZ.

TMZ then posted the video with “Anne Hathaway’s parents didn’t raise her right — because she hopped into the car of a TOTAL STRANGER … rather than have to talk to one of our photogs.”

I am no fan of Anne Hathaway (and I am in no way alone) but even I’m on her side on this one. Let her leave the f-cking airport.

On the other hand…if one wants to look on the other hand, you could argue that celebs and tabloids help each other out and now that Hathaway’s a super A-list Oscar winner, she feels she shouldn’t have to deal with this because she doesn’t need the publicity anymore, whereas long ago I’m sure she had to fight to get paparazzi attention. Circle of life, yo.

Meanwhile you have people like Courtney Stodden who would do anything to have that kind of paparazzi action. I wonder what she’s up to right now?

April 30, 2013 at 4:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
Filed Under: Anne Hathaway, TMZ

3 Responses to “TMZ Is Pissed Off That Anne Hathaway Ignored Them”

  1. Mike says:

    TMZ’s camera guys always try to act like they are genuinely interested in the celebrities they engage. However, they don’t seem to realize that these interactions are totally transparent as attempts to get the celebrity on camera for just a little bit longer. Obviously, anyone even slightly interested in these celebrities wouldn’t ask such painfully dumb questions.

  2. Red says:

    The whining of a self-entitled group of people. They start with the premise that talking to strangers is the norm, nevermind talking to strangers with a camera who get into your face without asking, ‘Hey, can you spare a minute to talk to us?’ If someone did this to a kid, the reaction would be, ‘Run away and tell an adult.’

  3. Chuck says:

    Yes, whenever someone you don’t know comes up to pester you and stick a camera in your face, you should immediately stop whatever you’re doing and accomodate them.

    The paparazzi are the lowest of the low.

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