Anne Hathaway says she is not worried about her Oscar chances she is just proud that she is in the mix for the Best Supporting Actress gong.
Hathaway has picked up all the major awards for her performance as Fantine in Les Miserables including Bafta, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild and she is the hot favourite to complete the set in less than a fortnight.
And while there may be a lot of buzz around the possibility of her winning Hathaway is not getting too far ahead of herself.
Speaking in the press room at the Baftas on Sunday night the actress said: "Whatever happens in two weeks happens. It won't be the worst thing that happens to me if I don't win, and with my husband by my side it won't be the best thing either. So I am feeling very good about whatever."
"I really have to say that getting to do the work, getting to play the character with this cast and to have this opportunity, it is the most sublime experience. I don't know how I got so lucky.
"So I don't think ahead - I am just happy to be in the conversation in two weeks' time."
Hathaway may only spend around fifteen minutes on screen in Les Miserables but it is a powerful performance - her rendition of I Dreamed A Dream being a particular highlight.
This is the second Oscar nomination for Hathaway after she picked up a Best Actress nod for Rachel Getting Married.
Watch Anne Hathaway backstage at the Baftas