Anne Hathaway says `Hathahater` jokes get to her

Anne Hathaway says `Hathahater` jokes get to her New York: Although Anne Hathaway has been lauded throughout all the award ceremonies, she knows that the blogs are rife with criticism about her polarizing personality.

So-called " Hathahaters" snarked at her carefully crafted persona during her run around the awards show circuit.

As the Daily Beast noted, her faux surprise during her Golden Globes speech inspired a flurry of tweets at 19,685 per minute.

One of them read: "Can`t watch the Golden Globes anymore b/c Anne Hathaway called her award a `weapon of self doubt` and I threw my pizza at the TV and shattered it."

The actress - now an Oscar winner for her turn as Fantine in ` Les Miserables` - supplied more ammunition to her detractors when she whispered "it came true" before an awed acceptance speech on Sunday.

After winning her Best Supporting Actress Oscar, Hathaway admitted she`s not immune to the criticism, the New York Post reported.

"It does get to me. But you have to remember in life that there`s a positive to every negative and a negative to every positive," she told Us Weekly.

The actress told the publication that she tries to brush off the backlash.

She said that she lives her life with love and with compassion, and hopes the best for absolutely everyone, no matter how they feel about her.