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Anne Hathaway: Anna Kendrick Pokes Fun At Oscar Acceptance Quip

Anne Hathaway was far from the street when Anna Kendrick participated in a recent episode of Billy on the Street. Billy Eichner found a gem in Anna Kendrick when she was invited to play a little game ...
Anne Hathaway: Anna Kendrick Pokes Fun At Oscar Acceptance Quip
Written by Lacy Langley
  • Anne Hathaway was far from the street when Anna Kendrick participated in a recent episode of Billy on the Street.

    Billy Eichner found a gem in Anna Kendrick when she was invited to play a little game called “What Does Katy Perry’s Cat Care About?”

    The loud and…um, active…Billy Eichner pummeled Anna Kendrick with several questions on a 60-second timer about Katy Perry’s cat, Kitty Purry.

    The questions had nothing to do with Anne Hathaway, whom Kitty Purry would clearly not care about.

    Questions were, for example, does she care about Katy Perry’s breakup with John Mayer?

    That would be a no.

    It's come to this. Blanket cape. FASHION WEEK.

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    Does she care about Katy Perry’s performance at the Super Bowl?

    No again.

    Then he led into questions like, does she care about wet cat food?

    Um, yes.

    Dry cat food? Yes, absolutely.

    Noises and whether they’re worth investigating? You get the point.

    However, the most notable moment of the game came at the end when Anna Kendrick won the game and took home the prize: Lupita Nyong’o’s apostrophe.

    Anna Kendrick after making sure she doesn’t need it anymore, said, “It came true.”

    That quip was a reference to Anne Hathaway’s 2013 Oscar win for Les Miserables. She began with the exact same phrase.

    Billy Eichner got it and loved it.

    What did you think about Anna Kendrick’s passive insult to Anne Hathaway?

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