Hey, There! SAG 2011 Stars Caught on Camera
Check out what you didn’t see on TV as the stars made their SAG Awards entrance
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Best TV ensemble nominee acknowledges her fellow Gleeks on the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet outside L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium.
Blinged-out best actress winner (wearing Azzaro) makes a coordinated match with best supporting actress nominee Helena Bonham Carter.
Best film actress nominee (in Nina Ricci) gets the spousal support she needs from husband on the red carpet.
(wearing Georges Hobeika) leaves her mark while making time for an impromptu autograph session right before the big show.
They’re merely networking! Andrew Garfield (with girlfriend Shannon Woodward) catches up with his The Social Network costar, and nominee, Jesse Eisenberg before the show.
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Outfitting her growing belly in Badgley Mischka, Jane Krakowski cuddles up to 30 Rock costar Tracy Morgan.
Glee’s resident blondie Chord Overstreet – who’s up for best TV ensemble for his FOX hit – hangs loose in front of the cameras.
She’s one proud mom! SAG Award presenter and best TV movie actress nominee Susan Sarandon shares a sweet pre-show moment with her tall drink of water, 18-year-old son Jack Robbins.
Best actor nominee cuts a fine figure with a fellow TV nominee, The Office’s departing boss Steve Carell.
She’s tickled pink! SAG Awards presenter Angie Harmon (in Monique Lhuillier) has her hands full with hunky hubby Jason Sehorn outside the Shrine Auditorium.
Best film actress nominee Hilary Swank (in Versace) gets back in touch with her inner Million Dollar Baby, putting up her dukes with The Fighter himself, best film ensemble nominee Mark Wahlberg.
They may be competing against one another, but best supporting actor nominees Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Renner prove that it’s all good before the show.