Hathaway thinks Boyle is “adorable”

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AnneHathaway REUTERS Anne Hathaway.

Anne Hathaway thinks Susan Boyle is “adorable”.

The 'Les Miserables' actress sang the iconic song 'I Dreamed A Dream' for her role as prostitute Fatine in the epic feature and admits that during her “low days” she would watch the clip of Susan auditioning for TV show 'Britain's Got Talent' singing the same song to help raise her spirits.

She revealed: “I think [Susan Boyle is] wonderful and adorable. I used to watch that clip [of her auditioning] when I was having a low day.”

The brunette beauty also loves music mogul and 'Britain's Got Talent' judge Simon Cowell's reaction to Susan, who took the nation by storm with her incredible voice, and Anne enjoys thinking of what his plans for her may have been.

The 30-year-old actress added: “I love to watch the clip to see Simon Cowell's mind racing - he's thinking, 'How can I make this woman a star?' “

Anne, who is married to fellow actor Adam Shulman, may have struggled throughout the filming of the iconic musical but finds it a “joy” to look back at what she has achieved and feels proud of the finished piece.

She continued to heat magazine: “I'm so happy at the moment; life couldn't be better. But it's hard watching the film, in the sense that I remember what I went through when I made it.

“But otherwise, it is a joy to see all the performances and it is such a beautiful film.” - BANG Showbiz

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