Award show days are the best days!
All the hottest A-listers stepped out on Saturday for the 2016 SAG Awards and we're bringing you Twitter's best reactions to the night's biggest moments!
Stay tuned… we'll be updating this post throughout the entire event!
Everyone LOVED that Laverne Cox used her red carpet interview to talk the water crisis in Flint — instead of the usual fashion talk:
Don't they look thrilled??
Sarah Silverman and her boyfriend Michael Sheen were being their usual cute selves when they stepped onto the red carpet at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday.
But we have to admit, we're not even close to being blown away by these neutral looks.
The actress and comedian may have showed off her curves in a Vivienne Westwood gown, but there were just too many ruffles and layers for our taste.
At least her makeup and half-up, half-down 'do were completely perfect!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Sarah Silverman stopped by The Tonight Show Thursday night and had a bit of fun with Jimmy Fallon.
While the late night host has plenty of fun games to choose from, Fallon decided to play Word Sneak with the I Smile Back star, and thinks got a little raunchy.
Watch: Dakota Johnson Drops The F-Bomb Playing A New Game With Fallon!
While each player had to sneak silly words into a casual conversation, when it came time to use the word "beaver" Sarah took it exactly where you think she'd go — the gutter!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious word game (below) and let us know what your favorite Tonight Show game is!
Hold the phones!
On Thursday, it was revealed that Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler is planning on leaving the Lifetime hit after season six. Whoa!
We never thought we'd see the day.
Miz Ziegler is one of the show's original cast members alongside her sister Mackenzie and mom Melissa Gisoni. Still we shouldn't be so floored by this departure news as the 13-year-old has gained quite a bit of fame for her work in Sia's music videos Chandelier and Elastic Heart.
Related: Abby Lee Miller Says She Might Not Be In Some Episodes
Unfortunately, Lifetime has yet to confirm
Who was the first person Sarah Silverman told when she received her first-ever SAG Awards nomination?
The 45-year-old comedienne revealed to People at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment breakfast on Wednesday that she only shared the news with her late mother:
"I didn't tell anybody. You learn early in Hollywood not to share your wares or brag. My mom died in August, but I email her good news, so I emailed her. On my birthday I wrote her a really long email and today, I found a picture of the list of names, the five [actress'] names and I sent her the picture and I said, 'I got nominated! And I miss you,' it's so corny.'"
We don't think that's corny at all!
Related: Complete List Of SAG Nominations!
Michael Sheen's love — who is being recognized for her dramatic role in I Smile Back — admitted she thought someone had died when her manager Amy Zvi called her in tears to tell her the exciting announcement:
In the wake of yet another tragic shooting, stars are banning together to speak out with President Barack Obama in an effort to put a stop to shootings in America!
Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, and Amy Schumer are only a few of the famous who appear in a PSA called We Can End Gun Violence!
The montage includes voices of random citizens and famous stars that encourages others to have a positive outlook on lowering fatalities caused by gun violence!
Related: Female San Bernardino Shooter Pledged To ISIS Day Of The Attack
The PSA was created by organization Everytown for Gun Safety on the heels of the San Bernardino shootings, where a radicalized Muslim couple killed 14 people.
Other stars who lend their voice to the announcement include Kevin Bacon, Sarah Silverman, Sofia Vergara, Ty Burrell, Nick Offerman… and even one Perez Hilton!
Ch-ch-check out the uplifting video (below)!