Don't mess with Kate Winslet.
The actress was awarded 25,000 pounds (roughly $40,000) from the UK's Daily Mail after London's High Court ruled on Tuesday that the tabloid was guilty of libel. The Mail printed a story about Winslet, 34, earlier this year dubbing her "the world's most irritating actress."
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The publication also accused Winslet of lying about her exercise regime to Elle magazine, where she revealed, "I don't go to the gym because I don't have time, but I do Pilates workout DVDs for 20 minutes or more every day at home. "
Winslet, an outspoken critic of Hollywood's pin-thin frames, says in a statement that she was "particularly upset to be accused of lying about my exercise regime and felt that I had a responsibility to request an apology in order to demonstrate my commitment to the views that I have always expressed about body issues, including diet and exercise."
Winslet adds, "I strongly believe that women should be encouraged to accept themselves as they are, so to suggest that I was lying was an unacceptable accusation of hypocrisy."
The Daily Mail published an apology to Winslet in September, acknowledging that Winslet had not lied about how much she exercised, and agreed to pay damages and costs to "The Reader" star. Winslet said of the settlement, "I am delighted that the Mail have apologised for making false allegations about me."
From movie premieres to award shows, these sexy celebs showed off chic fashions and their foxy figures.
Oscar winner Kate Winslet slipped into a black Stella McCartney dress for a screening of her husband Sam Mendes' new film "Away We Go" in New York City.
"Waking Up in Vegas" songstress Katy Perry stood out in a bright blue silk mini dress from Foley + Corinna for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London.
"Parks and Recreation's" Amy Poehler wore a puffy sleeved champagne colored dress to the Gracie Awards in New York City.
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Best Actress Kate Winslet was all smiles at JFK Airport in NYC, where the "Reader" star returned, triumphantly holding tight to her Best Actress Oscar wrapped in a green bag. Kate won on Sunday night for the first time after six nominations.
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Kate Winslet was overcome by emotion, Sean Penn gave an impassioned speech for civil rights, Penelope Cruz spoke beautifully in English and Spanish, and Heath Ledger's family left the audience teary-eyed -- you heard their acceptance speeches, now "Extra" gives you a look at the talented men and women who took home the Oscars!
From the slums of Mumbai to the hills of Hollywood -- "Slumdog Millionaire" went from almost being released straight to DVD -- to winning eight Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director Danny Boyle.
"We've been on an extraordinary journey," producer Christian Colson said when accepting the film's award. Colson, onstage with many involved in creating "Slumdog," thanked the people who believed in the sleeper flick that became an international sensation.
Six-time Oscar nominee Kate Winslet took home the Best Actress statuette for her work in the WWII epic, "The Reader." The actress, shaking with emotion, was humble and humorous in her acceptance speech. "I'd be lying if I said I hadn't made a version of this speech when I was eight years old speaking into the bathroom mirror, holding a shampoo bottle," Winslet joked, before thanking her family, co-workers and fellow nominees.
"Milk" star Sean Penn took home the Best Actor award for his portrayal of gay politician and activist Harvey Milk. "I know how hard I make it to appreciate me" Penn said while accepting his Oscar, laughing. Sean's speech turned serious when he expressed gratitude for his win -- and drove home the message of equality that "Milk" represented, saying, "We've got to have equal rights for everyone."