Oops, where are your shoes, Selena? Gomez took the stage barefoot alongside actor Martin Short at the SAG Awards in Santa Monica, California. What happened? The 29-year-old stumbled before her red carpet appearance, after which she hung up on her Christian Louboutin heels. What else was going on at the SAG Awards, we show the eye-catchers of the award ceremony in the video.
Helen Mirren: "Be on time and don't be a jerk"
While Selena Gomez's show ended in misery, the other stars were clearly enjoying being finally back in the spotlight at an awards show. Well, luckily the $1 million Bulgari diamond necklace she wore on the red carpet was intact…
British actress Helen Mirren has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Hollywood's Screen Actors Guild. Her fellow actress Kate Winslet presented the trophy. "Life's work, that sounds so great," Mirren said in her speech. "I suppose I'm still alive, so I guess I'm eligible by that standard." The Oscar winner also shared her mantra behind her achievements: "Be on time and don't be a jerk."
Historical triumph for "Squid Game"
In her speech, the 76-year-old also thanked the actors who had shaped her career: as role models and as colleagues. For Mirren it is the sixth SAG award of her career.
"Squid Game" celebrated a historic triumph. The South Korean thriller became the first non-English language series to win awards at the SAG Awards. Lee Jung-Jae won the American Actors Guild Award for Best Actor in a Drama. Jung Ho-yeon won Best Actress. "Squid Game" also took home the SAG Award for Best Stunt Ensemble.