With Diane's 2MP camera and flash, she probably could have snapped a pretty good shot of the two of them in the dimly lit Shrine Auditorium, but I am a little worried that she didn't get the results she may have wanted — she's pointing the lens the wrong way!
The big winners at Saturday's SAG Awards headed into the press room after picking up their statues. Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey were both recognized for their work in 30 Rock, while Christina Hendricks and the cast of Mad Men spoke to the press without Jon Hamm, who was onstage presenting. Diane Kruger and her Inglourious Basterds boys were so excited after their win for Best Ensemble Cast, telling us they texted Brad Pitt to share the good news. Drew Barrymore was likewise thrilled with her latest honor, after picking up a Golden Globe the week before for Grey Gardens.
Jane Lynch lead the cast of Glee, as her costars Dianna Argon, Cory Monteith, Matthew Morrison, and Jessalyn Gilsig clutched their Actor statues. Crazy Heart's Jeff Bridges sweetly brought his wife onto the press room podium to have her answer questions beside him, crediting her with his success and the raising of their three daughters. Mo'Nique was also thankful to her husband in her remarks following her win for Precious, saying that they get their emotions out during special "bathroom talks." Kevin Bacon had nothing but glowing words for his own wife, Kyra Sedgwick, after a visibly emotional acceptance speech onstage. Sandra Bullock stuck with the theme after already thanking her "hot" husband Jesse James, admitting she'd rather attend events for his work any day over awards shows. There was a whole lot of love coming from the winners — make sure to check out all the night's honorees!
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There's no doubt that Hollywood cleans up well during award season. This weekend, the Screen Actors Guild decided who should be awarded for their acting, but I want you to judge on hotness. So I've rounded up some of the sexiest SAG attendees, throwing in a few women too, to bring you a special edition of our favorite poll Do, Dump, or Marry. Enjoy the eye candy!
The SAG Awards took over LA's Shine Auditorium Saturday night to honor the year's best acting. Once the posing on the red carpet was finished, the show started right off with the announcement of Alec Baldwin's win in the category of Outstanding Performance in a Comedy Series. His costar Tina Fey also took home an Actor statue for her role in 30 Rock, bounding onto the stage with energy despite having had just two hours sleep the evening before. Matt Damon and his wife Luciana watched things for their table, not far from where George Clooney was relaxing after his star-studded Haiti telethon. Further honors went to Dexter's Michael C. Hall, who kept things light by thanking his wife and costar Jennifer Carpenter for choosing to wear her hot white dress. Julianna Margulies was singled out by her peers for her performance on The Good Wife, looking stunning in her Narciso Rodriguez gown. Betty White was the evening's special honoree, as she was presented a Lifetime Achievement award by one of her many admirers, Sandra Bullock.
Glee, meanwhile, was crowned Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series with Jane Lynch speaking on behalf of the cast — Cory Monteith later joked that she had the honor of talking after winning an arm-wrestling contest. The stars of Mad Men similarly took home Actor statues after being declared the Best Ensemble in a Drama Series. The honorees for miniseries and films were exactly the same as at last weekend's Golden Globes — Drew Barrymore and an emotional Kevin Bacon won. Jeff Bridges picked up an honor for Crazy Heart, as did Christoph Waltz for Inglourious Basterds and Mo'Nique for Precious. Sandra Bullock won again for The Blind Side, thanking her husband Jesse James by saying, "I want you so much!" While Inglourious Basterds broke the trend by getting the Ensemble honors, it will be interesting to see if the consistency in individual awards translates into Oscar nominations when they're announced on February 2.
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The ladies at Saturday night's SAG Awards took many different directions with their looks. A few actresses picked gowns that popped against the red carpet, with Diane Kruger leading the way as your pick for best dressed in a Jason Wu she said they created together. Anna Kendrick went with a bright purple Alberta Ferretti, while Glee's Lea Michele picked a green Catherine Malandrino. Carey Mulligan didn't end up taking home an Actor trophy for her work in An Education, but she still looked amazing in red Lanvin. Drew Barrymore and Christina Applegate picked different blue tones, in Monique Lhuillier and Roberto Cavalli respectively.
It wasn't all about-eye popping hues, though — the ladies of Nine kept things simple in black and white. Penelope Cruz picked a short number from L'Wren Scott, while Marion Cotillard also showed some leg in Elie Saab. Kate Hudson went long but showed off a lot of back in Pucci with nearly $2 million in diamonds! Jennifer Carpenter was in another short dress, hers by Paula Ke, to see her husband and Dexter costar, Michael C. Hall, take home an award. Dianna Agron stuck with the white theme in Georges Chakra, though Sandra Bullock went dark in her embellished Alexander McQueen — make sure to let us know what you thought of their looks with Fab and Bella's love it or leave it polls!
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Saturday night's SAG Awards brought together a mix of actors from TV and films. The red carpet was full of stars like Michael C. Hall from Dexter, True Blood's Stephen Moyer and hottie Alexander Skarsgard, and 30 Rock's Alec Baldwin with his brother Billy. Even Justin Timberlake posed for photos alongside Glee's Matthew Morrison — click through to see all the guys!
It was a delightfully colorful Saturday night on the SAG Awards red carpet. The stars stayed dry (unlike at the Golden Globes) and we were there to capture all of the red carpet fashion and beauty looks as well as report live from the press room. Check out our coverage below!
Red carpet fashion coverage:
- Who was best dressed?
- Vote on all of Fab's fashion red carpet love it or hate it polls.
- Red carpet trend: White Out
Red carpet beauty coverage:
- Vote on all of Bella's beauty red carpet love it or hate it polls.
- Red carpet beauty trend: Naked Nails
See how to get these red carpet looks:
- Sigourney Weaver's elegant black gown
- Jennifer Carpenter's tight white mini
- Christina Hendricks's dramatic red one-shoulder gown
- Carey Mulligan's strapless red frock
- Christina Applegate in Grecian gray
Check out our live press room coverage:
- Sandra Shows Her Grateful Side in the SAG Press Room
- The Inglourious Basterds Winners Keep Brad in the Loop
- Betty White Celebrates Her Lifetime of Achievements
- Michael C. Hall Celebrates His SAG Win in the Press Room
Check out BuzzSugar to see the full list of SAG Award winners!
Just when Fab favorite Diane Kruger is trying to wear less white, Hollywood is selecting it as the 2010 award season color of choice. Though white is traditionally associated with bridal, these dresses are thoroughly modern and red carpet apropo. From cocktail to floor-grazing, simple to complex, check out the SAG Awards' coolest color trend.
Sigourney Weaver looked simply stunning as she walked the red carpet at the 2010 SAG Awards. She wore a long, asymmetrical dress that was flattering, age-appropriate, and timeless. If you want to achieve a similar style, shop these like pieces. Red carpet or not, you can shine like Sigourney.
Christoph Waltz and Mo'Nique scored trophies once again, as did Michael C. Hall and Glee. Sandra Bullock handily defeated Meryl Streep in the Best Actress category, and Inglourious Basterds took home the award for Best Performance By A Cast. We're just slowly inching closer to the big Oscars, so to see the full just of winners, just read more