Amanda Seyfried sad to part with Les Miserables castmates
Amanda Seyfried is "bummed" that awards season is over because she can no longer spend as much time with her 'Les Miserables' castmates.
Amanda Seyfried is "bummed" that awards season is over.
The 27-year-old actress enjoyed performing at the Academy Awards with her 'Les Miserables' co-stars but says Sunday (24.02.13) marked a turning point as the cast - which also included Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway - will no longer be spending much time together.
She said: "It feels good to be back with the team. We've spent a lot of time together over the awards season, and we're really proud of what we did.
"We're really a close bunch, so it was kind of bittersweet. I'm really bummed that it's over - we had such a good time."
Amanda admitted she was nervous about performing at the Oscars, which took place at the Dolby theatre in Los Angeles.
She added to E! News: "I mean, [there were] a lot of nerves up until that point of getting on stage again for the last time, yeah."
Amanda also claimed she had had a premonition that her friend and co-star Anne would pick up the Best Supporting Actress award.
She said:"I'm super excited but I kind of knew she was going to win."