Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Club recently announced their picks for Man and Woman of the year, which typically goes to performers who have made a significant impact on the entertainment industry in recent years.
This year's recipients for the prestigious honor include Justin Timberlake and Anne Hathaway, who have had large hits in films like "The Social Network" and "Love and Other Drugs," respectively. It may be fitting that Timberlake won the honor this year, as "The Social Network" follows the creation of Facebook, which took place at the prestigious university.
However, PopEater reports that during the press conference, Timberlake made light of the fact that Harvard had refused to be the actual setting for the film.
"Harvard did not let us film here," he said at the ceremony. "But don't worry, we'll still make you look good."
Although Hathaway was recognized as the Woman of the Year, she also has another big ceremony to gear up for, as she was announced as the co-host for the upcoming Academy Awards with James Franco.