this is hilarious! lol Hathaway's moving turn as Fantine in Tom Hooper's epic movie musical has been almost universally praised. Her awards show self-promotion, however, is another story. Some critics have said she has seemed too earnest and eager to win in the run-up to the Oscars on Feb. 24. With that in mind, film student Alberto Belli created a parody video of the Golden Globe winner's "I Dreamed a Dream" performance, in which a faux Hathaway (Emma Fitzpatrick) pleads with Academy voters in song to give her the award. Belli, a 28-year-old graduated student at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, rewrote the lyrics to the famed showstopper with Robert Hill. His version of the tune includes lines like: "I was bold and unafraid / I let them give me this new haircut / And I lost half my body weight / But then they never did a wide shot," a reference to Hathaway's much-talked-about make-under for the film. "And now I pray you'll vote for me / I'll stand up when I hear you clapping," Fitzpatrick belts dramatically toward the end of the song. "And I already have my speech / Oh, God, is this really happening?"