I am a happy spectator of any and all awards shows for what is likely the same reason that most people are: I love nothing more than to turn on my TV, eat a ton of bread, and watch the most beautiful people in the world prance around in designer dresses and the kind of makeup I could only dream of applying. Be still my heart! There were quite a few beauty highlights from the Screen Actors Guild Awards this weekend: here’s just a few, and how to get them…
Jennifer Lawrence played a bratty teenager named Lisa in a commercial for the reality series “My Super Sweet 16,” which she made when she was 14.
“I want to thank MTV. I’ll explain that. I earned my SAG card when I was 14, I did an MTV promo for ‘My Super Sweet 16.’ And I remember getting it in the mail and it being the best day in my entire life, because it officially made me a professional actor,” the 22-year-old actress said while accepting her SAG Award on Sunday.
Jennifer is featured in two different ads where things go terribly wrong for the birthday girl. Check them out here!
Last night’s SAG Awards were relatively uneventful, so if you missed the show, no big whoop. I’ve got the best moments wrapped up right here, in pic, GIF, and video form.
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Ahh, the SAG Awards. The only awards show I mute for the first three or so minutes until the awful, self-absorbed “My name is BLAH BLAH BLAH and I am an ACTOR” introductions are finished. Last night’s show was fairly mellow and expected — Anne Hathaway was typically breathless and faux humble about winning for “Les Mis” and Claire Danes was a total dork — and the fashions on the red carpet were rather tame as well. Some highlights: Jessica Chastain and Jennifer Lawrence’s dresses did right by their breasts, Jane Lynch wore her best gown ever, Claire Danes’ goth lipstick would totally get Angela Chase’s approval, and January Jones has a dinner napkin you can borrow. Click on to see who impressed and who left us cringing…
The SAG Awards don’t excite me all that much. As Amelia said in her round-up of the best dressed, it’s the most self-congratulatory of the awards shows, being that its entire premise is actors awarding actors. Hollywood is nothing if not self-congratulatory, and I love it despite that, but the SAG Awards just tend to be a snoozefest. Regardless, come the morning after, I want to know what and who everyone was wearing, and I must know who had the best makeup of the night. This year, perhaps unexpectedly, it was Dianna Agron. Keep reading »
Emma Stone’s Alexander McQueen gown at the SAG awards on Sunday night was the perfect length to show off some seriously fierce shoes: sky-high ankle strap heels with fun ruffle embellishments (also by McQueen). Ankle straps have a bad reputation for making legs look shorter, and yes, they’re not exactly the best footwear choice for, say, cargo capri pants, but as you can see, they look amazing with the midi-length skirts that are super trendy right now. Click through to get the look…
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Yeah, yeah, yeah, the gowns on the red carpet of the Screen Actors Guild Awardswere pretty sweet, but the hair — the hair!!! — was even better. Intricate braids, messy buns, sleek bobs, and gorgeous waves all made me eager to lock myself in the bathroom and get busy with my curling iron and a fistful of elastics and bobby-pins. Here are eight looks I loved and how to get them!
Julie and I, while in sync in our love of Joseph Gordon Levitt, kitten videos, and “Downton Abbey,” occasionally disagree on who looked good and who looked bad on the red carpet. Such was the case as we reviewed last night’s SAG Awards red carpet photos so we decided to debate them and leave the decision up to you!
Last night, Hollywood’s most self-congratulatory award show was held, as actors celebrated each other. That meant that everyone who is anyone cleared their schedule to make it down the red carpet and, for the most part, they brought it in the style department. First up — our picks for the best dressed of the night. Later, Julie will present the worst dressed, and after that, she and I debate those we disagreed on. We don’t always see eye-to-eye…
I found last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards to be terribly dull, aside from learning the rules behind Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, and Melissa McCarthy’s fun drinking game. So, here’s how it works: every time someone says Martin Scorcese’s name (so, you know, often), take a drink! Scorcese! Scorcese! I’m drunk!