Screen Actors Guild 2011: Winners, Photos, Best Dresses

Natalie Portman won (again) for best actress, Mila Kunis stunned in Alexander McQueen, and Sofia Vergara flaunted her curves. See photos from the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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Anthony Andrews, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Colin Firth

The King’s Speech won the night’s big award—Best Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture—and continued to build momentum for its big showdown against The Social Network at the Academy Awards next month. Anthony Andrews, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, in a white and black appliqué dress, and Colin Firth accepted the award.

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Natalie Portman & Mila Kunis

When she accepted the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, Natalie Portman’s baby bump was finally visible in Azzaro’s sparking white “jungle” gown, which she paired with $2 million Tiffany & Co. yellow diamond earrings and a Roger Vivier clutch. “I’ve been working since I was 11 years old, and SAG has taken care of me,” she said. “They made sure that I got my education while I was working, and I’m so grateful to have this union protecting me every day.”

Nominated for her supporting role in Black Swan, Mila Kunis glowed in a bright red floral dress designed by Alexander McQueen. “It’s probably the most comfortable dress I’ve ever worn!” she told E! News’ Giuliana Rancic.

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Jennifer Lawrence

The Winter’s Bone star, nominated for Best Female Actor in a Leading Role, went bold in a hot pink Oscar de la Renta dress with a black bow and a daring slit.

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Tina Fey

Tina Fey may have lost out to Betty White for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series—but she looked stunning in a scarlet Oscar de la Renta lace dress with Lorraine Schwartz white diamond and platinum earrings and white diamond and platinum ring.

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January Jones (with Jon Hamm)

Mad Men’s tortured wife was a classic beauty in a gold brocade dress with black mesh by Carolina Herrera and Lorraine Schwartz eight-carat black diamond and blackened platinum stud earrings.

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Hailee Steinfeld

Fourteen-year-old Hailee Steinfeld, nominated for her supporting role in True Grit, looked age-appropriate and chic in a Prada orange and pink striped dress.

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Annette Bening and Warren Beatty

Nominated for her leading role in The Kids Are All Right, Bening glittered on the red carpet, where she walked arm-in-arm with her husband, Warren Beatty.

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Melissa Leo

Melissa Leo, who took home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, glittered in a liquid silver Randi Rahm dress with a long train and Swarovski jewels. She told E! News’ Mark Malkin that the dress weighed “about 50 pounds.”

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Lea Michele

The Glee star would look out of place in the halls of William McKinley High in this plunging gold dress by Oscar de la Renta.

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Claire Danes

Claire Danes, who picked up the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries for her role in Temple Grandin, wore a green and black bejeweled dress by Louis Vuitton with appliqué flowers and Fred Leighton jewels. “These are my friends who I’m nominated with!” she said graciously in her acceptance speech of her fellow nominees.

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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

Nicole Kidman, nominated for her leading role in Rabbit Hole, changed it up in a navy Nina Ricci dress with black lace and a rosette, diamond and raw tulle Fred Leighton necklace.

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Sofia Vergara

The Modern Family star looked stunning in a figure-hugging Roberto Cavalli dress and Chopard jewels.