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Screen Actors Guild Awards 2012
Originally posted 01/30/2012 04:45PM
Although they enjoyed Sunday's feast at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Vincent Piazza is just as satisfied by quesadillas at home with Ashlee Simpson.
"We've been cooking a lot. We have dinner nights and we hang out," the Boardwalk Empire star, 35, tells PEOPLE.
"Just by birthright, I love pastas, so I cook a lot of that – lasagnas and meatballs. But she's into this whole Tex-Mex thing, which I've been catching on to. Guacamole and sour cream, quesadillas and tacos – we're experimenting."
Originally posted 01/30/2012 02:25PM
Are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie headed down the altar sometime soon?
That's what could be expected, given Pitt's recent comments about the pressure to propose – but according to Jolie, 36, her longtime beau's comments were a bit overblown.
"I think anything said tends to be blown out of proportion," Jolie told PEOPLE on Sunday's red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in L.A., when asked about "a lot of ring-talk lately."
Originally posted 01/30/2012 12:30PM
Rumer Willis isn't letting family drama slow her down.
Following Demi Moore's hospitalization last week and decision to seek professional treatment for exhaustion, her daughter – and frequent party companion – was in full social mode, enjoying a busy weekend out and about in Los Angeles.
On Saturday night, Willis, 23 – who was apparently on hand when Moore's friends called 911 after the actress had an apparent seizure – stepped out for dinner at Comme Ça, joined by her friend Annie Starke, Annie's mother Glenn Close and Close's husband David Shaw.
Originally posted 01/30/2012 11:20AM
Despite the many gorgeous celebrities flocking last night's Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet, Kyra Sedgwick stood out thanks to a bold new accessory.
Clad in a fire engine red Emilio Pucci column, The Closer star (and best drama actress nominee) explained the significance of the linear design resting just north of her exposed ribcage.
"It's a family tattoo," she told E! "It's all our initials K, K, S and T."
The actress was, of course, referring to husband of 23-years, Kevin Bacon, their son Travis, 22 and daughter Sosie, 19.
Originally posted 01/29/2012 10:45PM
Octavia Spencer couldn't be on a better career path – but The Help star is not without some concerns about herself.
"I am not healthy at this weight," Spencer, 39, said backstage at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where she won a best supporting actress trophy.
"Any time you have too much around the middle, then there is a problem. [And] when you reach a certain weight, you are less valuable."
Originally posted 01/30/2012 08:10AM
George Clooney isn't shy about expressing his feelings. Just ask Mary Tyler Moore.
Asked at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, where she won the Life Achievement Award, whether she'd be mingling with any A-listers in particular – say, Mr. Clooney himself? – Moore recalled her thrilling first encounter with the best actor nominee.
"I met George Clooney in a very small elevator, and he came over and he put his arms around me," the actress, 75, told PEOPLE. "I think he said something like, 'I love you.' It was maybe two years ago. I am going to seek him out tonight."
Originally posted 01/29/2012 10:50PM
"Dream big, dream fierce." The real-life ladies of The Help would have agreed with Viola Davis, it's worth it.
Accepting the trophy for female actor in a leading role for the period drama, Davis told the audience gathered at L.A.'s Shrine Exposition Center for Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards: "What is there [in life] but a dream. You can't trade in your dream for another dream. I am so proud to be an actor."
It's an appropriate motto for a cast who were also recognized for their work in the film as an ensemble, the top honor of the night.
Originally posted 01/29/2012 10:10PM
That's one way to pass time during a two-hour awards ceremony.
The ladies of Bridesmaids enjoyed Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards one sip at a time with a game they invented that honors a filmmaker who's no stranger to winning the top prize: Martin Scorsese.
Taking the stage with beverages in-hand to present their film, which was nominated in the outstanding cast category, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy explained the rules to their drinking game of choice.
"You have to take a drink every time, and I mean every time, you hear the word 'Scorsese,' " McCarthy explained, a mini bottle of Grey Goose in her hands."You'd be surprised how much that comes up in just casual conversation because people like to throw that thing around."
Originally posted 01/29/2012 09:25PM
Before she was a household name, Mary Tyler Moore was just another 18-year-old actress trying to make a name for herself in the industry – which meant finding a name that wasn't already registered with the Screen Actors Guild.
It was 1955 – long before she won the world over with her comedic chops and charm – not to mention her knack for wearing capri pants; before she made an impression as Dick Van Dyke's wife; before she made TV history as original single lady, Mary Richards.
Now more than 50 years after she made the leap from "Mary Moore" to "Mary Tyler Moore," the veteran entertainer, 75, was presented with the annual Life Achievement Award by her costar of 50 years ago, Van Dyke, at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Originally posted 01/29/2012 08:15PM
Giuliana Rancic may have one of the coolest jobs in Hollywood – and that's not something she takes lightly.
Well, except for when the E! host takes a break from reporting to goof off with the hottest stars on the red carpet – just one of the perks of her job! – with a little lighthearted fun.
Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards was no exception, and before celebrities filed into L.A.'s Shrine Exposition Center, Rancic had three targets in mind: George Clooney and girlfriend Stacey Keibler and Glee star Jane Lynch.
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