Last Night's Parties: SAG Awards Buzz: The Winners, Losers, The Fashion & The Gossip

by Mara Siegler · January 31, 2011

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    Awards season continues to roll forward with self-congratulatory revelry by the movie industry, highlighted by flowing champagne mixed with acceptance speech tears. Betty White flirted with her statue, Mila Kunis rocked the carpet while Kate Mara looked spooky, John Krasinski proved he's still awesome, Jesse Eisenberg exposed long revered myths,  Cory Monteith took fans to the bathroom and more...

    The Winners & Losers

    The full list of winners can be seen HERE.

    Betty White took home best actress for "Hot In Cleveland." She got laughs from the crowd by flirting with the statue during her acceptance speech. She's so dirty.

    The Social Network cast riffed off the theme of competition in David Fincher's film, with Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake fighting for a place behind the mike while presenting the Facebook movie in the best ensemble category.

    Christian Bale was joined on stage by Dicky Eklund, whom he plays in The Fighter. Dicky asked, "How do you like me now?" In response, Christian said, "I like you now," in that British accent it's so easy to forget he has.

    Ernest Borgnine, age 94, cried when he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards last night.

    "Mad Men" has won the prize for best TV drama ensemble for the past two years. The streak was broken, courtesy of a big win for "Boardwalk Empire." Steve Buscemi gave a shout out to Martin Scorsese who was ill and could not attend.

    Natalie Portman's eloquent acceptance speech included the line: "My parents who always taught me to work my hardest and never be an a---ole."

    The REAL Winners & Losers

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    The Best Dressed:

    Lea Michele sparkled in Oscar de la Renta.

    Mila Kunis rocked Alexander McQueen.

    Julie Bowen took a risk in a  black silk Malandrino jumpsuit, but I think she pulled it off.  Rita Hayworth would love this outfit.

    The Worst Dressed:

    Jenna Fischer looked dumpy in a gray Fendi gown.

    Kim Kardashian got lost on the way to the Halloween party in this Marchesa gown. At least it wasn't something in animal print. Small kudos for that.

    Kate Mara's nude-colored Herve Leger number made her look like a mummy risen from the dead.

    The Gossip

    The stars of The King's Speech took home the top prize of the night, the best ensemble cast award. Helena Bonham Carter decided to take her shoes off before going to the podium and had to stand on her tip toes shouting out, "I feel like I'm in Black Swan."

    Tracy Morgan surprised Giuliana Rancic, who apparently did not hear about Tracy's problems with TNT after calling Palin "masturbatory" material, by screaming that the former governor is a MILF. Always keeping it real.

    When Hailee Steinfeld first approached Lea Michele for an autograph a while back, the "Glee" star told her no. Apparently, now that Hailee is a big star, Lea is playing nice.

    John Krasinski has a totally awkward interviewed with Giuliana Rancic, making him even more adorable than usual.

    "We're so jaded into our second year. Is Meryl Streep here? Because, if not, I just do not care." said "Modern Family's" Jesse Tyler Ferguson while joking about how he's so "over" his second trip to the SAG Awards.

    Jesse Eisenberg revealed a huge universal myth: you can swallow gum. He did it on the carpet. Shouldn't he be spitting his Wrigley's into the palm of his handler? Someone teach him how to be a diva.

    I didn't count how many times Giuliana Rancic called celebs "Sweetie," but I am pretty sure without any conclusive data, that  am not the only one who found it so patronizing and annoying.

    Ever wonder what the bathrooms look like? Cory Monteith, snaps away...

    Stars of "Modern Family" and The King's Speech celebrated in the parking lot next to the Shrine Auditorium at the show's official after party. There was a DJ and live band and guests were served  macaroni and cheese, veggies and mini-desserts.

    The after-party goodie bag was designed by Vince Camuto and filled with L'Oreal beauty products, Boot Straps to keep your pants straight in your boots,  Bananagrams, Mandy Ingber's "Yogalosophy" DVD, Moroccan Oil and Voss water. Would have thought it would been better, but I guess the stuff is free.