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 Screen Actors Guild Awards are best known for being, well, the awards show that happens between the Golden Globes and the Oscars. But, it has a good reputation for being a predictor of who will win at the latter, which is why we watch even though awards season can get overwhelming. Luckily, last night’s show brought some highly amusing moments. After the jump, the ones that surprised us most.
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Saturday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards were pretty ho-hum with, well, all of the major movie acting awards going to exactly the same people who won them at the Golden Globes—outstanding actress Sandra Bullock, outstanding actor Jeff Bridges, outstanding supporting actress Mo’Nique and outstanding supporting actor Christoph Waltz. But was it just me, or did everyone at the awards show come off as major horndogs? There was Michael C. Hall, who won for best actor in a drama, saying, “I want to thank my wife for wearing that dress,” which, whatever, he’s two-thirds of the way through cancer treatment, so he can do what he wants. Not as cute? Woody Harrelson sucking face with his wife during the nominations for his category, outstanding supporting actor. Mo’Nique was also in the kissing spirit, planting one on Aunt Dot, Christoph Waltz and Morgan Freeman before accepting her award. Betty White also got a little randy. Accepting the lifetime achievement award, she said, “I am still to this day starstruck. I look out at this audience and I see so many famous faces. But what really boggles my mind is that I actually know many of you. And I’ve worked with quite a few. Maybe had a couple.” And then there was Sandra, who called out her hubby Jesse James in her acceptance speech. “I love you so much,” she said. “And you’re really hot. I want you so much!” Thanks for letting us know, Sandy?
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Don’t they just make you want to barf? They look like they want to devour each other in a fit of lust.
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