Dramatic Photos from the 2011 SAG Awards

Check out all the highlights here, from red carpet fashion to the night's big surprises.

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Hollywood's stars were out to toast each other and possibly give fans an Oscar night preview at last night's 17th annual Screen Actors Guild awards. Melissa Leo, who won for her role in <i>The Fighter</i>, was among the big winners who also included Claire Danes, Betty White, Colin Firth, Steve Buscemi, Jon Hamm and Natalie Portman.
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"Modern Family's" Sophia Vergara plants a big one on co-star Rico Rodriguez after they won for best comedy series.
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Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush accept the SAG Award for best cast in a motion picture for <i>The King's Speech</i>. Next stop, Oscars!
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The giant cast of "Boardwalk Empire" dog-piles onstage to accept the award for outstanding performance in a drama series.
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Natalie Portman won once again (surprise, surprise!) for her portrayal of Nina in <i>Black Swan</i>.
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Morgan Freeman shares a laugh backstage with Ernest Borgnine, who was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award. "We are a privileged few who have been chosen to work in this field of entertainment," he said.
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Alec Baldwin and everyone's favorite 89-year-old starlet Betty White present an award. White won a SAG award for her comedic gold in <i>Hot In Cleveland</i>. "This is the biggest surprise I have ever had in the business!" she said.
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Comedy stalwarts Jane Lynch and Steve Carell pose on the Red Carpet. It kind of looks like Sue Sylvester was Lynch's stylist, with a purple slushie as her dubious inspiration.
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With her typical devil-may-care attitude, Helena Bonham Carter graces the red carpet with a Marie Antoinette-meets-Amy Winehouse hair-do and snazzy shades.
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Best supporting actress nominee Hailee Steinfeld goes bold in a brightly hued Prada dress.
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Fresh from hosting "Saturday Night Live" (and meeting the real Mark Zuckerberg!) Jesse Eisenberg looks pensive on the red carpet.
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Actress Angie Harmon overdoes it just a bit, looking a bit like a couture flamingo. Someone should tell her the Oscars are in a few weeks.
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"Glee" star Dianna Agron turned in her pom-poms and ponytail for a navy-black Chanel haute couture tea-length gown. We'll cheer rah-rah-rah for this elegant look.
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However, <i>Winter's Bone</i> actress Jennifer Lawrence wasn't so fortunate in the fashion department. She chose a hot pink and black ensemble, that clashes with both the Red Carpet and the 21st century.
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"The Good Wife" actress Julianna Marguiles and husband Keith Liberthal walk the Red Carpet looking positively elegant.
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Edie Falco, who is up for a SAG Award tonight for her work hilarious work in "Nurse Jackie," shows up in a pomegranate colored strapless gown, a welcome change from the scrubs her character normally wears.
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"The Fighter" actress Melissa Leo shows up looking a bit spacey in this silvery futuristic number.
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"Mad Men" co-stars Jon Hamm and January Jones pose for a picture. Jones looks incredibly well-clothed in a demure Carolina Herrera, especially compared to the risque red Versace she sported at the Golden Globes.
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"Black Swan" co-stars Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis both look the part--a pregnant Portman in angelic white with hair pulled back, and Kunis in a fiery flowing gown.
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Winona Ryder looks like she's either going to cotillion, a wedding, or a poufy white dress convention. The look is made even more odd by an accompanying black purse.
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