Walk into Ludacris's house and what's the first thing you see? "There's a big table with all of my awards on it," the four-time Grammy nominee (for Release Therapy) tells us. But is that really the best place for a growing collection – including his Screen Actors Guild Award (for Crash)? We asked Bravo's Top Design guru Todd Oldham for a few pointers.
Give 'Em to Grandma
Oldham says that whenever he's been graced with awards, he hands them right over to his grandmother: "She loves keeping them, and I know they are in good hands."
Put Them in the Loo!
Oldham's "esteemed actor" friend keeps all his hardware in the guest bathroom – for the, um, looky-loos. "You get to give your own acceptance speech into the bathroom mirror – it's pretty great."
Wear Them on a Necklace
If the award really means everything to you, Oldham suggests wearing it loud and proud. How do you carry this off without breaking your neck? "Maybe with all of our 'bling training' these days, you've got stronger necks." Hmm ... we'll wait to see Oldham try that one out first.
In Anika Noni Rose's Celebrity Video Diary (which she filmed
just for us at the SAG Awards), which of the following does not happen?
One of The Office stars vows to violate his award.
Anika palms the rear of a tall, dark and handsome 'Actor.'
Anika forgets her I.D. and sneaks into the show, Mentos-commercial style, by pretending to be a crew member.
Find out what really went down on the red carpet in our exclusive video of the Dreamgirls star getting ready for – and partying at! – the SAG Awards. (Click here to watch.)
But even she couldn't resist making a pole-dancing joke. Heather Graham – up for outstanding ensemble in Bobby –told E!'s Guiliana DiPandi on the SAG Awards red carpet that these Versace platforms were her "stripper shoes." But what do you think of her heels? Click here to take our poll.
Whatever can get the Punk'd prankster to laugh this hard must be really, really funny. Or a really great distraction for a major SAG heist – considering the stunts he's pulled, we're not sure we'd trust him to hold our Actor Award, as The Office cast winner John Krasinski (right) did. Click here to see more exclusive shots from behind-the-scenes at the PEOPLE/Entertainment Industry Foundation post-SAG Awards bash.
We thought only Patrick Dempsey could make such McLove to the McCamera! But as it turns out, Helen Mirren ain't so bad herself. Or America Ferrera. Or the entire cast of The Office (who also happened to geek out upon seeing America). Take a peek at who else dropped by our photo booth and unleashed their inner Zoolander after the SAG Awards. Click here to watch the exclusive video!
The big question before Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards was whether Isaiah Washington would be sitting with his Grey's Anatomy castmates.
Turns out, he wasn't even at the ceremony. "There's a little awkwardness there," costar Katherine Heigl told us on the red carpet, adding that she hadn't spoken with Washington since he entered a treatment facility.
But best actress winner Chandra Wilson gave a shout-out to her costar while accepting her award, saying from the stage, "It's about those 10 cast members sitting over there and the other one in rehab. Y'all just hold me together." ...
On the way to the Shrine, Grey's Anatomy's Katherine Heigl (with fiancé Josh Kelley) gets hungry and stops for a Big Mac.
Female actor in a comedy series nominee Julia Louis-Dreyfus (The New Adventures of Old Christine) says she arrived to the show too early, so she heads out to read the paper in her limo.
Moms-to-be Jaime Pressly (My Name Is Earl) and Julie Bowen (Boston Legal) commiserate about ...
Jennifer Hudson, Helen Mirren and America Ferrera all were queens for a night, while the embattled cast of Grey's Anatomy got a chance to shine again at Sunday night's 13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
(Click here for the complete list of winners and nominees.)
But the Golden Girl was still Hudson, a Golden Globe winner (and Oscar nominee) who must be getting used standing at the podium. The best supporting actress winner for Dreamgirls thanked ...
Accepting her award for best female actor in a drama series, Grey's Anatomy's Chandra Wilson credited her castmates, including Isaiah Washington, saying, "It's about those 10 cast members sitting over there and the other one in rehab. Y'all just hold me together."
More of the night's winners:
Eddie Murphy, accepting his trophy for best supporting actor for Dreamgirls, started off his acceptance speech in a British accent – then quickly dropped it, cracking, "When the English people come up here and get awards, they're so smooth, and I feel goofy!"
Best actor in a drama series Hugh Laurie (House) later quipped onstage, "I'm British, which accounts for why I'm so 'smooth.' "
Accepting for best ensemble in a comedy, The Office's Steve Carrell gave the sartorial definition of "ensemble," and joked, "I think it applies here."