The ceremony, hosted at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, honors the favorite performances in film and television over the past year. It is often the best prediction for who will take home an Academy Award in March.
This year, the SAG Awards boasts a roster of all female presenters, including Emma Stone, Halle Berry and Olivia Munn, and it will also for the first time ever have a host, “The Good Place” actress Kristen Bell.
This time around, most opted for brighter shades, bringing some color to the red carpet before the ceremony officially kicked off.
Check out the all of the looks below.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson
Emily Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani
Millie Bobby Brown
Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb
Kelly Marie Tran
Ryan Michelle Bathe and Sterling K. Brown
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