Anne Hathaway's portrayal of the tragic prostitute Fantine in "Les Miserables" has bagged the actress a Golden Globe and the SAG award, but there's still the big one to go - The Oscars. So it's lucky she has on-line support from a new viral video parodying her solo number "I Dreamed a Dream" and making it into a sales pitch about why she should win an Academy Award.
Director Alberto Belli and Hathaway doppelganger Emma Fitzpatrick are the pair behind the hit video.
Alberto Belli: "Since she was in the media and getting all the attention, I decided on this funny idea to combine the two and create this funny video for people to laugh."
Emma Fitzpatrick: "She did a wonderful job. I can't imagine how hard it would have been to do that song some 20 takes in a row not only vocally but emotionally as well. She did awesome."
We'll find out on February 24th if Anne's Oscar dreams do come true.
Anne Hathaway's Oscar hopes lampooned in viral video (1:37)
Feb. 04 - A video parodying Anne Hathaway's performance in ''Les Miserables'' as a sales pitch for the Oscars goes viral. Rollo Ross reports. ( Transcript )