The 2013 Oscar ceremony is history but there's still buzz about what the stars wore on the red carpet and why.
Turns out Anne Hathaway's co-star in "Les Miserables," Amanda Seyfried, may have caused her to make a hasty last-minute gown selection change.
According to recent reports on Entertainment Wise, when Hathaway saw a photo of the gown Seyfried planned to wear Sunday, Hathaway made a last minute wardrobe change because the gowns were so similar.
Seyfried walked the carpet in a pale appliqued dress by British designer Alexander McQueen.
Hathaway said she was planning to wear a Valentino gown up until just three hours before the awards ceremony. She ended up wearing a pale pink Prada gown with chest darts that accentated her, um, nipples. Hathaway issued an apology about the gown controversy after the event.
Despite the last-minute wardrobe selection, Hathaway ended up winning her first Oscar award for best supporting actress for her role in "Les Miserables"