The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards debuted January 27. The awards are presented by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) recognizing outstanding television and cinematic performances. Despite the seriousness of the honors, if an alternative set of accolades could be given at the awards, they could be something like this:
Best Dressed - Justin Timberlake
Normally, a "best dressed" award goes to a woman, but singer and actor Justin Timberlake looked ever the dashing presenter in not a tuxedo but a suit. The 31-year-old took a risk and won in a Tom Ford brown plaid suit, checked shirt and textured wool tie.
Most Appreciative - Anne Hathaway
The 30-year-old "Les Misérables" star is cleaning up in the awards department for her role as Fantine, including a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress and an Oscar nomination. Now Hathaway has a SAG award for her outstanding performance in the supporting role. Her acceptance speech was full of enthusiasm and appreciation for SAG, for the actors she works with, and for the acting business as a whole.
Most Popular - Alec Baldwin
Alec Baldwin, 54, concluded his final season of "30 Rock," a show that ran for seven seasons since 2006. His role as Jack Donaghy is arguably the one that fans will remember most. Once again, for the seventh time, Baldwin won a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series.
Funniest Acceptance Speech - Tina Fey
Tina Fey, 42, rocked it as her role as Liz Lemon in the series "30 Rock." Once again, she won a SAG for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series. She has won the award for the role five times. As expected, the comedian's acceptance speech made us laugh. One of her funniest lines? "Amy, I've known you since you were pregnant with Lena Dunham." Amy Poehler has been friends with Fey for years, and Dunham is the young creator and star of the show "Girls."
Worst Acceptance Speech - Julianne Moore
The 52-year-old Julianne Moore is an excellent actress. She won her first SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie for her role in "Game Change" as Sarah Palin. However, her acceptance speech was a colossal bore as she thanked a long list of fellow actors on her "acting team." Nice, but was it necessary?
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