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Claire Danes & Rashida Jones Are A Pretty Pair On The SAG Awards Red Carpet

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These ladies make the loveliest duo!

Claire Danes and Rashida Jones rocked the SAG Awards red carpet this evening, donning two very different, but equally as fabulous looks.

The former Parks and Rec star looked AH-Mazing in a floral Emanuel Ungaro frock, featuring sky blue trim and a black/white print. The deep V-neckline highlighted the actress' chest to perfection and her bangs were, well, BANGIN'.

Claire went with a green Marc Jacobs design, which was an odd choice and is just okay on the Homeland star!

She completed her halter look with messy locks and heavy eyeliner.

We're so excited they both made decent choices tonight. It makes our job MUCH easier!

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Sarah Paulson, Pedro Pascal, & Amanda Peet Stun At The SAG Awards!

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SAG Awards 2015: Sarah Paulson, Amanda Peet, & Pedro Pascal walk the red carpet.

This trio are absolutely stunning!

American Horror Story's Sarah Paulson and Game of Thrones' Pedro Pascal totally mastered their matching monochromatic Armani looks at tonight's SAG Awards! And Amanda Peet snuck right on in!!

The Togetherness actress packed a pop of color thanks to her lilac and black pleated J.Mendel gown and chic black accessories. Though the fit just wasn't right!

Sarah, on the other hand, rocked an absolutely stunning black and white Armani gown that hugged her curves in all the right places!

Plus, her gorgeous updo prefectly complimented the cut of the top of her dress which highlighted her shoulders! Total win, gurlfriend!

They're just too adorable to NOT love them together!

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Mark Ruffalo Wins Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries For His Moving Role In The Normal Heart!

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What a well-deserved award!

At the SAG Awards 2015, the versatile Mark Ruffalo won Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries for his role in the The Normal Heart.

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We're so glad Mark won the prestigious award for his moving and INSPIRATIONAL performance as Ned Weeks, an openly gay writer who dedicates his life to spreading awareness about the AIDS virus.

The actor is totally slaying it this year, especially considering he earned an Oscar nom last week!

Though Mark wasn't able to accept the award in person, Jared Leto and the fabulous Lupita Nyong'o were there to acknowledge the win on his behalf.

Congrats!

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Frances McDormand Has The Most Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In Television Movie Or Miniseries At The SAG Awards

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How can anyone pick a winner from this group of talent?!

The Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In Television Movie Or Miniseries had some interesting choices in it, and it's almost impossible to choose the best.

But the Screen Actors Guild has voted, and Frances McDormand won for her role in Olive Kitteridge at the SAG Awards! Woo hoo!

The other nominees in this category were Ellen Burstyn for Flowers in the Attic, Maggie Gyllenhall for The Honorable Woman, Julia Roberts for The Normal Heart, and Cicely Tyson for The Trip to Bountiful.

Better luck next time ladies! And the best part was how this winner won with her speech too! So hilar!

Watch it (above)!

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Rosamund Pike & Maggie Gyllenhaal Are Red-Lipped Beauties At The SAG Awards

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SAG Awards 2015: Rosamund Pike and Maggie Gyllenhaal walk the red carpet.

Hello, lovelies!

Rosamund Pike and Maggie Gyllenhaal were glammed up at the SAG Awards tonight in Los Angeles.

Maggie even got sexier than she had in a long time with her curve-hugging white Thakoon dress that revealed cleavage and leg!

Such an improvement over last time!

Rosamund was looking more demurely sexy in a textured Dior dress with a high-low hem that showed off her shapely calves, but it was her tousled bob and red lip that really made her stand out!

Gorgeousness!

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Natasha Lyonne & Taryn Manning Leave The Dazzling To Their OINTB Co-Stars At The SAG Awards

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SAG Awards 2015: Natasha Lyonne and Taryn Manning walk the red carpet.

Looks like orange isn't actually the new black!!

Natasha Lyonne and Taryn Manning both chose to go outside their comfort zones at the SAG Awards in El Lay tonight!!

How risky!!

Natasha rocked a metallic silver and black Proenza Schouler gown for the red carpet, while Taryn chose to go a lighter route in a dusty coral Elisabetta Franchi number, complete with sheer panels throughout.

But sadly, we lacking the wow factor!! Both looks were just a touch too minimal for our liking.

What do U think???

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J.K. Simmons Wins The Award For Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Supporting Role At The SAG Awards!

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This J.K. deserves this win, and we're not JK-ing!

The SAG Awards just handed out another one its coveted awards, and a man continued his award show sweep.

That's right, J.K. Simmons just won the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role!

He had to beat out some stiff competition, as he overtook Robert Duvall for The Judge, Ethan Hawke for Boyhood, Edward Norton for Birdman, and Mark Ruffalo for Foxcatcher.

Congrats, J.K.

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