And the award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series goes to...
Congratulations to the entire cast!
Next time try to remember to personally thank me.
Let's move on to the most important thing about last night, the fashion. Where the Golden Globes fashion seemed muted and subdued, the SAG Awards were all about color. Starting, of course, with Jayma Mays:
Love the color. Love the blue beaded waistline and blue earrings against the tomato-red of the dress. The bodice of that dress looks a bit too stiff, though.
Hair and makeup are fabulous. She's always glowing.
Both Jayma and Jessalyn Gilsig look gorgeous in this picture. I want to hate them. I really do. But I can't. Speaking of Jessalyn...
GOR.GEOUS. Everything that was wrong about her Golden Globes dress is right with this gown. That is how you pose a mermaid dress, sister. Work it.
I love that people didn't overdo it with the jewelry. No one got out of control with the borrowed bling, which I thought was perfect for this event. Lea Michele may be getting all the attention in the press for her dress, but for me, Jessalyn really stole the spotlight. Still, Lea's Catherine Malandrino dress was pretty amazing.
When I first saw her I was all, "Well, she may be at the SAGs but she definitely doesn't have the sags." Way to put the girls out there, honey! If I were 24 and had her figure, I'd show up naked.
Stunning. She has the best hair in Hollywood, if you ask me. I don't know if they're extensions, and I don't care, her hair is killer. (I love what Tom & Lorenzo of Project Rungay had to say about her look.)
Dianna Agron is wearing Edition by Georges Chakra.
Finally! A red carpet photo of the gorgeous Amber Riley! As a gown, this dress would be just so-so, but this length and silhouette are absolutely perfect on her.
Jane Lynch looks beautiful in a rich royal blue Ali Rahimi gown.
Naya Rivera's hair and skin looks spectacular against the soft buttery yellow of her gown. Heather Morris looks so young and fresh in daffodil yellow ruffles.
I have to be honest, I don't love this dress. Jenna Ushkowitz looked amazing in yellow at the Golden Globes, but this dress looks like something I could buy off the rack at Macy's. Not crazy about her eye makeup, either. Her hair looks beautiful.
Iqbal! Iqbal! Iqbal!
Let's check out what the other guys were wearing.
Handsome doesn't even begin to describe Cory Monteith. If I weren't old enough to be his mother, I'd be all, "OMGHOTTIEEEEEEEEEE!!!!1111!!!!" right now.
Cory's jacket has some interesting stitching on the lapel. I kinda like it.
YES! Josh Sussman! I love this kid. I just want to bounce my hand off his hair.
There's my favorite guy, Chris Colfer, looking dapper as can be.
Is Mark Salling wearing Ryan Murphy's suit from the Golden Globes? Different lapels, but close.
Nice to see Harry Shum getting some Red Carpet attention...
...as well as Dijon Talton.
On the right: fashion DO.
On the left: fashion DON'T.
Oh, Justin. Justin, Justin, Justin.