The 17th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards brought together stars of big screen and small at the Shrine Auditorium in LA last night. The winners mirrored the award season trends in all the acting categories, with Natalie Portman, Melissa Leo, Colin Firth, and Christian Bale taking home actors — check out the whole list. Natalie thanked her parents for making sure she didn't become an "ass****" and sent love to her fiancé Benjamin Millepied, who didn't accompany her this time. As for TV, Boardwalk Empire continued to dominate and the crew from Modern Family was recognized in the comedy category. The King's Speech was honored with best ensemble cast, which they accepted with humble thanks. Buzz was reporting from the press room, so check out all the highlights. Hailee Steinfeld hugged her True Grit costar Jeff Bridges, and the two had a lot to celebrate since they each earned Oscar nominations last week! Justin Timberlake hung out with his The Social Network guys Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenberg, though their movie didn't score any statues. Jesse was coming straight from hosting SNL, where he finally met Mark Zuckerberg and earned lots of praise from his friends. Don't miss our fashion and beauty roundup from the red carpet and stay tuned for more on PopSugar Rush!
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TV and film's finest actresses stepped out for the Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA this evening. White was a huge theme with Glee's Lea Michele and Eva Longoria both donning neutral gowns — who do you think wore the trend well? Best actress winner Natalie Portman covered her bay bump in a fitted Azzaro while Amy Adams got wrapped up in a tight Hervé Leroux dress. Jane Krakowski upped the glamour with sparkle in her one-shoulder Badgley Mischka sheath. The accessories added a bit of sparkle to every ensemble, and Fab's taking a closer look at the amazing earrings.
The night wasn't all about neutrals though, with other stars stepping out in a spectrum of color. Tina Fey looked red hot in Oscar de la Renta and Mila Kunis was a standout in a similar hued Alexander McQueen. Modern Family's Sofia Vergara showed off her figure in a bright blue Roberto Cavalli while Claire Danes wore Louis Vuitton to accept her best actress statue for Temple Grandin.
Lots of ladies wore black for the event, but their looks were anything but basic. Mad Men's January Jones was ladylike in a lacy Carolina Herrera and Dianna Agron and Nicole Kidman also showcased the delicate detail in their dresses — who wore it best? Christina Hendricks, in L'Wren Scott, looked dramatic on her way into the show while funny woman Amy Poehler kept it simple in a short LBD. Make sure to weigh in on your favorites with all of Fab and Bella's Love It or Leave It polls!
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The men gave the lovely ladies a run for their money on the red carpet at tonight's SAG Awards in LA. 127 Hours star James Franco sported Gucci, which he revealed is a requirement as the face of their fragrance, while Mad Men's Jon Hamm and The Office's Steve Carell exchanged a hug before heading inside. The royal cast of The King's Speech, Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush, arrived together and The Social Network's Justin Timberlake waved to fans before the show — click through to see all the hotness!
Gisele Bundchen looked stunning in a series of swimsuits during the Colcci runway show during Sao Paulo Fashion Week Fall today. Gisele is a loyal model of the line, having made her post-baby return to the catwalk for them in June. Allesandra Ambrosio also stepped out in a two-piece and Ashton Kutcher got back to his modeling roots by strutting his stuff. Gisele escaped from the snowy Northeast to return to her native Brazil. Tom Brady's football season ended with a tough defeat two weeks ago, but things are going great with Gisele's career. She's the face of Balenciaga and also reportedly landed the April cover of French Vogue>.
Hollywood's best and brightest came together tonight at the SAG Awards in LA. The ladies sparkled in a rainbow of colors to compliment their sexy and sultry makeup. We've got everything you may have missed in fashion, beauty and live press room coverage below!
Red carpet fashion coverage:
- Vote on all of Fab's fashion red carpet love it or hate it polls
- Who was the most fab dressed in feminine lace details?
- Who was the most fab in a white hot gown?
- Who was the best dressed?
- Closer look: 15 gorgeous SAG Awards earrings!
- Red carpet trend: a rainbow of hues rules the red carpet
Red carpet beauty coverage:
- Vote on all of Bella's beauty red carpet love it or hate it polls
- Check out all the hottest manicures from the red carpet
- How to get Kyra Sedgwicks's sultry red carpet makeup
- How to get Jenna Fischer's chic deconstructed ponytail
- How to get Lea Michele's soft smoky eye in shades of plum and lavender
- How to get Tina Fey's modern update on Old Hollywood glamour
- How to get Amy Adams's sleek pony
- How to get Natalie Portman's award worthy SAG makeup
- How to get Hilary Swank's voluminous curls
See how to get these red carpet looks and more:
- Julie Bowen's sexy, black jumpsuit
- Mila Kunis's McQueen stunner
- Julianna Margulies's floor length sweetheart gown
Reactions from the press room:
- Modern Family celebrates their win and the compliments they get from their audience
- Julianna Margulies calls her award "an embarrassment of riches"
- Christian Bale says winning on his birthday feels "pretty freaking good!"
- Claire Danes talks winning and idolizing Meryl Streep
- The King's Speech cast celebrates their SAG wins and says it's "the perfect award"
The King's Speech won big at the SAG awards tonight! First, Colin Firth won the honor for outstanding male actor, then the film scored the award for outstanding cast in a motion picture. Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helena Bonham Carter stopped by the press room with their statues to talk about how the film has moved people, and why winning this particular award feels perfect for them.
- Firth, on why people have an emotional response to the film: "I've been hearing quite profound responses. They're very hard to anatomize and deconstruct and explain. One thing that pops in to my mind is that throughout the film, you are responding to interactions between people."
- Firth, on describing a particularly moving scene with Bonham Carter: "She just has to sit and watch and suffer as much as he suffers. It's Helena's face looking at my face. What moves people isn't so much my face but her face looking at my face. That's what I respond to when I watch it. It's watching other people respond to other people. No one's in a bubble in this film. It's a wonderful matrix of responses."
- Rush, explaining why he thinks people connect with the story: "I get texts from people from all over the English-speaking world and they all have quite, quite different responses. The storytelling doesn't seem to prescribe a fundamental response. People are allowed to connect with different things; the friendship; the failure one might have with communicating with other people. People have said [they've] loved it for its power of oratory . . . It's so great to hear a speech that galvanizes a country."
- Bonham Carter, on why the ensemble award feels special: "The great thing about being an ensemble is [that] we're all dependent on each other's talent. The most important thing about acting is listening. But that's what an ensemble is, is properly listening. For me it's the perfect award for us to receive."
After Christian Bale brought home the SAG award tonight — yet another statue for his supporting actor role in The Fighter — he hit the press room to talk about winning, playing Dicky, and an amazing birthday celebration!
- On playing Dicky: "The quiet roles are the hardest ones to be recognized for. [But] This was a loud role — I f**kin' loved it."
- On being grateful to his castmates: "Any performance is dependent on everyone else; it's a domino effect, a collective effort. . . to me I share this with all the other actors."
- On how it feels to win the award on his birthday: "Pretty freaking good."
- On his love for acting: "I got into it early, I would say too early. [But] I had that addiction to it; there's that empathy, getting to walk in other people's shoes. From a psychological perspective, I just find that fascinating."
- On what he'd do if he weren't an actor: "Go nuts, probably."
- On his respect for boxing: "I think there's that element of people laying themselves on the line. That rawness, that vulnerability, that absolute win, or absolute loss. The struggle — I think that [is something] most people can understand, which is so beautifully played out in boxing."
- On other actors that inspire him: "Robert Duvall, one of the finest there's ever been. Gary Oldman, friend of mine, one of the finest as well. Melissa [Leo], Amy [Adams] as well.
- On getting yet another award for Temple Grandin: [joking] "It does feel excessive at this point! No, no. This is a really extraordinary role, one that I'm not going to find again any time soon; a role of this complexity and depth. It was really intimidating. There were so many ways to get it wrong. But I found her so compelling and so inspiring that I just couldn't not take the risk."
- On being impressed with Grandin's life: "I think autism is more prevalent than anyone knew; so it's really important that we know what it is and how it works, and how to work with it. Temple was hugely instrumental in allowing that to happen. All of this attention for my work is wonderful, but I can't help but defer to her. She lived it, I played it. There's a difference."
- On the misconceptions of autism that she discovered from playing Grandin: "Most people assume that autistic people are not capable of empathy, and I cannot think of a more empathic person than Temple Grandin. She has dedicated her life to represented those who are misrepresented."
- On Grandin's support of her: "She was so open and so supportive and validating from the word go. I was so grateful for that. . . she's so generous and so sincere. Her authenticity is so disarming and so wonderful. She's my biggest cheerleader. And obviously, it's reciprocal."
- On which actors inspire her: "Meryl. You know, what are you gonna do? Meryl. I remember seeing Sophie's Choice when I was 9 or 10 — I was probably too young to be watching it, my parents are very liberal — that was revelatory for me. [It was] when I first learned that acting could be important."
Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez enjoyed a sunset stroll on the beach in Malibu on Friday. The happy couple cuddled close and shared a few laughs during the PDA-filled walk as they enjoyed the beautiful scenery. Halle and Olivier managed to make a trip to the dentist look sexy earlier in the week as they continue to soak in all their time together. Halle skipped the award season events over the weekend, instead opting to spend time with her man. Even though Halle wasn't at the SAGs, she's contributed to the iconic fashion and most memorable beauty looks of the past shows.