It seems like just yesterday that Anne Hathaway was charming audiences as the precocious teen in Disney’s smash hit The Princess Diaries. Today, the stunning actress and heir-apparent to Julia Roberts’ throne finds herself in an exclusive group of young starlets who get first crack at Hollywood’s most coveted roles. She has smoothly shed her good-girl image by starring in searing adult-oriented fare like Brokeback Mountain and Rachel Getting Married, while retaining a firm grasp on the coveted female demographic with her roles in The Devil Wears Prada and this year’s Love and Other Drugs (in which Hathaway exposes her flawless breasts, something she’s been prone to do). She was also nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her role in the same film. And this month, she’ll take on the daunting task of hosting the Oscars (alongside James Franco), a shrewd career move for one of Hollywood’s hottest A-listers. The gig will mark Hathaway’s first appearance onstage at the Oscars, but it certainly won’t be her last.