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Best Supporting Actress winner Anne Hathaway was on the stage, gushing as she delivered her winner speech. But there was something that was distracting viewers from her charming smile and stunning looks and that was her nipples!

The actress was seen in a pale pink Prada gown that was satin and clingy. So clingy that along with her darn outlines, Anne Hathaway's nipples were also clearly outlined! The dress was a halterneck satin strapless gown with a daring low back.

AnneAbout the dress, Hathaway told Kristin Chenoweth at the red carpet that she had decided on a simple Prada column gown at the last moment. "I didn't know what I was wearing until about three hours ago," she said. She also spoke about how according to her mother, the dress was " business in the front and party in the back."

The Oscar winner received mixed reviews for her slinky outfit. Avril Graham, executive fashion and beauty editor at Harper's Bazaar said the dress 'had a shade of Audrey Hepburn in her pastel Prada."

Anne Hathaway's red carpet dress inspires nipple Twitter handle
Anne Hathaway, who had a wardrobe malfunction during her movie Les Miserables premiere, caused immediate comment online for her sideboob-baring Prada gown, which she wore at the Academy Awards.

The frock, which the 30-year-old actress told Ryan Seacrest she chose three hours before the big show as it spoke to her, immediately inspired a Twitter account: HathawayNipple, Us magazine reported.

"Anyone else feeling chilly??" read the first tweet.

"Anne's dress spoke to her. We spoke to the world," read the second tweet.

"#LesNipplerables," read another tweet.

The HathawayNipple account had garnered about 550 Twitter followers by 8pm EST.


More from the red carpet

Pale blush, sparkle and gold grace Oscars red carpet

Ethereal, strapless silhouettes and wavy tresses gave the Oscars red carpet a patina of old Hollywood glamour on Sunday as the year's top actresses and presenters led the way in blush, grey and black sequined gowns.

"There were no misses this year, everyone had very good taste," said Avril Graham, executive fashion and beauty editor at Harper's Bazaar.

JenniferSilver Linings Playbook Best Actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence, 22, wowed critics with her off-white Christian Dior Couture strapless gown with a full-tiered skirt and a long necklace dropping down her back.

The actress, who is the face of Christian Dior's Miss Dior brand and has been wearing the designer to the awards leading up to the Oscars, said it was the only dress she tried on for the event.

Fellow Dior brand ambassador Charlize Theron wore a white strapless couture gown from the French fashion house.

Halterneck column gowns were a popular trend on the red carpet as stars opted for a long and lean silhouette this year.

Les Miserables star Amanda Seyfried opted for a pale grey and lilac embroidered Alexander McQueen halterneck dress.

Blush and nude hues were a hot trend on the runways for spring and were echoed in the clean palettes on this year's Oscar red carpet.

The Master supporting actress nominee Amy Adams stunned crowds in a strapless pale grey full-skirted tulle Oscar de la Renta gown, while last year's supporting actress winner Octavia Spencer wore a blush Tadashi Shoji number.

Zoe Saldana's white strapless bustier Alexis Mabille dress was offset by grey underlays peeking out.

Contrasting the off-white gowns were the actresses picking gold, gunmetal greys and bright colors that stood out on the red carpet at Hollywood's Dolby Theater.

JessicaJessica Chastain, nominated for Best Actress for Zero Dark Thirty, channeled golden-age Hollywood glamour with a deep gold sequined Armani Prive strapless dress, accessorizing with soft side waves in her auburn hair.

Strong silhouettes, sequined glamour

Hal Rubenstein, editor-at-large at InStyle, said this year's red carpet choices showed "restraint," with trends for strong silhouettes paired with old Hollywood glamour.

"The shapes were really strong yet simple, not over-adorned ... it was a real harmonious look from top to bottom," Rubenstein said, naming Jennifer Hudson in navy Roberto Cavalli, Nicole Kidman in black sequined column L'Wren Scott, and Chastain's gold strapless Armani as his top picks.

Metallic sparkle was another big trend on the red carpet, with Naomi Watts, Best Actress nominee for "The Impossible," leading the way in a gunmetal sequined one-shouldered Giorgio Armani gown.

Catherine Zeta Jones, in a gold sequined Zuhair Murad gown and Halle Berry in a strong-shouldered silver and black striped Versace fitted gown, followed suit.

Quvenzhane Wallis, the 9-year-old actress competing with Best Actress nominees Lawrence, Watts, Chastain and Emmanuelle Riva, accessorized her navy sparkling Armani gown with a fluffy puppy purse.

The Sessions Supporting Actress nominee Helen Hunt shunned high-end designers to wear retail brand H&M in a navy blue strapless gown, stunning fashionistas with her choice.

Lincoln Supporting Actress nominee Sally Field added color to the red carpet in a full-sleeved vibrant red Valentino dress.

Reese Witherspoon stood out in a strapless cobalt blue Louis Vuitton gown, Django Unchained star Kerry Washington wowed critics with her coral and blush Miu Miu dress and Jennifer Garner, holding husband Ben Affleck's hand, wore an eggplant purple strapless flowing Gucci gown.

(With inputs from Reuters and ANI)