Anne Hathaway has a crush on George Clooney.
The Les Misérables
actress, who is married to Adam Schulman, was presented with the Best Supporting Actress prize at last night's BAFTA Awards by the hunky star and she was so flustered, she forgot to give him a hug when she took to the stage to collect her prize.
She said, "George Clooney makes me weak at the knees, so it was the Clooney factor tonight that threw me."
Anne's role as doomed prostitute Fantine in Les Misérables
has won her a string of accolades at ceremonies including the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards, and she joked she is planning to build a shed to house all her trophies.
She said, "I've been lucky to receive a few pieces of hardware this year.
I think I'm going to get a tool shed and keep them in there so when I open it, it lights up, but for now they're all in my kitchen."
And while the 30-year-old brunette beauty is happy to have had so much success, she feels particularly lucky to have her husband.
She said, "My husband is a lucky charm in more ways than winning awards."