Jennifer Aniston admitted that trying to be Scarlett O’Hara was her impetus to trying to become an actor! While she feels like she fell short of her mark, reacting to her dream with an “Oh well,” we think she takes the cake any day of the week:
Zach Galifianakis asked the crowd if he’s an actor or not! Well, is he? IS HE?! WE’RE SO CONFUSED NOW:
Uzo Aduba got emotional while accepting her SAG award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series! Congrats, gurl:
Frances McDormand gave the barest hint of interest with the most nonchalant eyebrow raise ever as she’s announced as a nominee…zero f*cks were given:
She also ran up to stage, breaking several track records in the process:
Mom, quit embarrassing me! Carrie Fisher hid behind an award as her mom Debbie Reynolds talked about her buns:
Eddie Redmayne shared the most sincere look of surprise when he was announced as the winner for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Lead Role! You can watch this GIF for a brief history of time if you want:
Naomi Watts almost completely ate it while walking towards the mic, as she tripped on Emma Stone‘s dress when they were up for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture! Well, she’s certainly in motion here:
There you have it!
Those were the best moments from the SAGs, and they’re just gonna have to tide us over until the Grammy Awards on February 8, 2015.
But there were also a few scary moments inside the Beverly Hilton ballroom that you didn’t see on the live broadcast.
Paramedics were called to the awards show after Richard Perry, Jane Fonda‘s boyfriend, passed out. Perry apparently fainted after sitting too closely to the hot lights towards the front of the stage. Fortunately, he recovered and did not need any further treatment.
A second incident occurred involving an actual nominee.
Best Supporting Actress nominee Kathy Bates let out a blood-curdling scream and nearly collapsed.
Details are murky, but apparently someone stepped on the American Horror Story: Freak Showstar’s foot. The 66-year-old was reportedly in pain and crying afterwards.
The Beverly Hilton has had a colorful history; it’s housed the GoldenGlobes and its afterparties since 1961.
Singer Whitney Houston passed away there in February 2012.