Les Misérables costars Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried were reportedly involved in a couture clash at the Oscars after the Best Supporting Actress winner ditched her Valentino dress and opted for a Prada confection after learning Seyfried planned to wear a similar Alexander McQueen gown.
Us Weekly reports Hathaway threw a "fit" during Oscar rehearsals after seeing a pic of the dress Seyfried decided to wear, causing Amanda to leave the Academy Awards prep as she didn't want to deal with Anne's alleged tantrum.
Sounds a bit extreme, right?
Well, it seems Seyfried certainly thought so as the blond beauty took to Twitter to (sort of) address the rumors, sharing her true thoughts about her costar Saturday.
"Fact: I love you, Anne!," the Les Mis star posted on her social media page.
Although Anne never addressed the rumored feud, she did issue a statement after her Oscar style swap, apologizing to longtime friend and designer of her wedding gown Valentino Garavani for the change. She also confessed to Ryan Seacrest on the carpet that she didn't know what she was wearing "until about three hours ago" and initially blamed her work schedule for the last-minute decision.
Well, regardless of what went down, it looks like these two beauties have buried the hatchet.
That is, if there ever was any beef.