In an interview with The Wall Street Journal Magazine in promotion of her new movie, "Steve Jobs," Winslet discussed other significant roles throughout her career, including the one that won her the Best Actress statuette for 2008's "The Reader." And while Winslet told the magazine that she's "super proud" of the honor, she admitted that she keeps it in her bathroom -- not in an attempt at false modesty, like some celebs, but rather to share the wealth and feed her guests' Oscar glory fantasies.
"The whole point is for everybody to pick it up and go, 'I'd like to thank my son and my dad,'" Winslet explained, "—and you can always tell when someone has, because they're in there a little bit longer after they flushed. They'll come out looking slightly pink-cheeked. It's hysterical."
And while we'd probably get a little embarrassed, too, there's no way we wouldn't grab that little gold guy if we ever had the chance to visit Winslet's house. We're just glad the actress has a sense of humor about it -- and lets her guests act out their dreams in (relative) private.
[via: The Wall Street Journal Magazine]
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