Anne Hathaway says actor George Clooney makes her ''go weak at the knees''.
The 'Les Miserables' actress - who is married to Adam Schulman - was presented with the Best Supporting Actress prize at last night's (10.02.13) 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 Miserables' has won her a string of accolades at ceremonies including the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) 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.''