IT’S one of the most prestigious events of the film and TV calendar and tonight, celebs including Lady Gaga and Margot Robbie ruled the red carpet at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Taking place at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles, stylish Hollywood stars were dressed to the nines for a momentous evening.
Leading the way was 44-year-old Amy Adams, who wore a breathtaking, strapless black gown by Celine, complete with thigh slit detail and peplum silhouette.
The 44-year-old was nominated for her role as Lynne Cheney in Vice.
The category for best Female Actor in a Supporting Role was certainly filled with fashionable celebs.
Amy was up against 35-year-old Emily Blunt, for her role as Evelyn Abbott in A Quiet Place and Margot Robbie, for her performance in Mary Queen of Scots.
Amy looked beautiful in Celine[/caption]
Margot wore a breathtaking Chanel gown[/caption]
Margot is up for her role in Mary Queen of Scots[/caption]
The incredible gown is also backless[/caption]
Emma switched it up and wore trousers tonight[/caption]
Emily blew fans away on the red carpet, in a Michael Kors candy pink sequin gown with a quirky sleeveless statement design.
Meanwhile, Margot stole the show in a white and gold floor-length gown with a cut-out jewelled detail.
Emma Stone, 30 and Rachel Weisz, 48 were both nominated for their roles in The Favourite.
Emma – who has recently switched up her look and dyed her hair dark brown – ditched the gown at tonight’s awards and looked chic and smart in a one-shoulder pussy-bow blouse and wide-leg leather trousers by Louis Vuitton.
Bradley Cooper poses with Lady Gaga[/caption]
The star wore burgundy lipstick and nails[/caption]
Lady Gaga opted for an all-white Christian Dior look, wearing a floor-length gown with clinched-in waist and very high thigh slit.
The 32-year-old teamed the look with bright white heels and plenty of gold jewellery.
And Lady Gaga wasn’t the only one to dazzle on the red carpet tonight.
Gemma Chan blew fans away in a stunning blush pink gown by Oscar de la Renta.
The one shoulder style featured feathered ruffles with a beautiful black waist bow.
Gemma Chan looked breathtaking[/caption]
The stunning design featured a ruffled train[/caption]
Rumer Willis also dazzled on the red carpet, wearing a red terracotta red gown by Ong Oaj Pairam.
The breathtaking style featured a drop waist with draped train and the 30-year-old wore her hair in a chic brown bob with blunt fringe.
Meanwhile, Lucy Boynton, 25, wore a rose floral maxi dress with black polka dot overlay.
The quirky style is by Erdem.
Rumer wore a gorgeous satin style by Ong Oaj Pairam[/caption]
Betty Gilpin from Glow, wore a dazzling silver tiered gown by Krikor Jabotian.
47-year-old Sandra Oh – who has been nominated for her outstanding performance in Killing Eve – wore a striking, one-shoulder red gown.
The beautiful style featured sequin detail and a stylish side train.
Meanwhile, Ozark’s Sofia Hublitz brought the glam in a gold, plunge neck design by Marchesa.
Sandra dazzled in red[/caption]
Betty Gilpin wore Krikor Jabotian[/caption]
The breathtaking style dazzled on the red carpet[/caption]
Sofia Hublitz wore Marchesa[/caption]
Also looking incredible on the red carpet tonight was Constance Wu, 36, who wore a delicate strapless design by Oscar de la Renta.
Constance teamed the beautiful style with minimal jewellery and matching strappy heels.
Yara Shahidi looked magical on the red carpet, arriving in a whimsical pink design by Fendi.
The shimmering jumpsuit featured a delicate tulle overlay and Yara teamed it with nude heels.
Also opting for a similar tulle design was Rachel Brosnahan, who wore a silver Christian Dior style with structured corset and layered skirt.
Constance Wu opted for Oscar de la Renta[/caption]
Yara Shahidi wore a whimsical Fendi design[/caption]
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin arrived in style[/caption]
Lupita Nyong’o wore Vera Wang[/caption]
Rachel Brosnahan wore Christian Dior[/caption]
Patricia Clarkson looked radiant in Zuhair Murad[/caption]
Catherine Zeta Jones wore a glitzy navy plunge gown[/caption]
Melissa McCarthy wore Jenny Packham[/caption]
2019 is the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards, with the likes of Lady Gaga, Emily Blunt and Hugh Grant up for awards.
It’s an especially special show, with the winners being chosen by fellow actors themselves.
The nominees’ peers come together to vote on the best film and television performances of the year.
This year’s host is Megan Mullally, known for playing Karen Walker in Will & Grace.
The 60-year-old American actress and comedian has seven SAG nominations under her belt for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series thanks to her role in the popular show.
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