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Once upon a time, long before the odds were forever in her favor as Katniss Everdeen, Jennifer Lawrence was cast as “Lisa” in two promos for one of our favorite reality shows back in 2005: MTV‘s “My Super Sweet 16″. This tidbit came to light last night at the SAG Awards during the 22-year-old’s “Best Actress” acceptance speech for Silver Linings Playbook, which she kicked off with a seemingly incongruous thank you to MTV. As it turns out, the role was for what earned her a SAG card at age 14, kicking off what’s turned out to be a very successful career.
Despite all of the cringe-worthy E! red carpet commentary and vacuous introductory voiceover (Jessica Chastain was looking “Zero Dark Flirty”? Really?!), there were actually some slam dunk moments on the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet. From Marion Cotillard‘s voluminous Christian Dior couture to Claire Danes‘ unexpected one-shouldered Givenchy, here are our picks for the best of the bunch.
With a two-hour start to finish runtime, the Screen Actors Guild Awards is perhaps the shortest of the season’s shows, but that doesn’t mean it was lacking for sartorial missteps. From Julianne Moore’s ill-fitting Chanel couture creation to Morena Baccarin’s overwrought Basil Soda gown, these celebs fell far short of our expectations for the evening — if we even had any at all.
Ready for another awards season evening of red carpet hits, misses, and everything in between? We sure hope so, because the Screen Actors Guild Awards are here, and the stars have been spending their days primping and prepping for yet another turn in front of the cameras. Who will knock it out of the park? Who will fall flat (hopefully not literally)? We’ll be updating the gallery with every single look as the night goes on.
Stars like Nikki Reed, Sofia Vergara, and Jamie-Lynn Sigler dish on getting through the lengthy red carpet process: what to wear, what to pack, and how to handle it all. And some of their answers may surprise you.
Tune in with us tonight to see the hits and misses in the latest installment of couture’s favorite time of the year: awards show season.
We love seeing couture on the red carpet, but Zoe Saldana‘s Givenchy gown left us feeling rather ambivalent.
It was a poor showing on Sunday night’s red carpet at the Screen Actor’s Guild awards, which means our Best Dressed List could probably be more accurately defined as A List Of People Who Did Not Look Quite So Awful As Everyone Else.
The SAG Awards red carpet was a total disaster — the looks were bad, boring or both.
How high is too high? When it comes to dress slits, it’s safe to say hipbone-grazing is just TOO HIGH.
Who will turn it out in their Sunday best?!
Lea T had a great week and Gap had a horrible one, while Tom Ford was simply misunderstood. What else happened? Kanye and Karl teamed up, Rihanna may be a copycat and Gaga‘s Vogue cover is here.
On the whole, the SAG red carpet was a disappointment. There weren’t an overwhelming number of looks we loved, nor were many fashion risks taken. Most of the sartorial choices just felt pretty safe, you know? Alas, there were indeed some actresses who looked worse than others.
Another Sunday night, another awards show. This time, the stars came out to celebrate each other at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where a decidedly safe red carpet provided but a few outstanding ensembles. Our favorites, after the jump.
As with every red carpet event of the last month, Natalie Portman (and her beautiful belly) was tonight’s most eagerly anticipated appearance. Opting for an ivory strapless gown by Azzaro, Portman looked every bit the elegant, Old Hollywood movie star — albeit a decidedly pregnant one. We’re happy she favored a form-fitting style for tonight, but can’t quite figure out whether this her best look yet — or merely the safest.