Jennifer Lawrence was unable to attend Saturday night’s ‘Australian Academy Of Cinema and Television Arts Awards‘ in LA, and many in the audience wondered why.
So when she won a ‘Best Actress‘ gong for ‘Silver Linings Playbook‘, co-star Jacki Weaver apologised for her absence of her behalf, and explained that she was actually suffering from pneumonia. She told the shocked crowd of actors and critics the news, and recited Jennifer‘s acceptance speech: “I am going to accept this award on behalf of Jennifer. She really wishes she could be here, but she is very ill.” However, the trooper made a relatively quick recovery, and was able to attend Sunday night’s ‘Screen Actor’s Guild Awards‘.
Emma Stone in Alexander McQueen
The 18th ‘Screen Actors Guild‘ awards look place in Hollywood last night, and the big winners of the event were ‘The Help‘ and ‘The Artist.’
Lea Michele in a brave Valentino gown with a thigh-high split
‘The Help‘, the film adaption of Kathyrn Stockett‘s novel, was awarded a statue for ‘Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture‘, in addition to separate awards for film stars Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer.
Angelina Jolie in Jenny Packham
Jessica Lange won the award for ‘Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series‘ for her role in ‘American Horror Story‘.
Giuliana Rancic wore an embellished Basil Soda number
Jean Dujardin of ‘The Artist‘ won ‘Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role‘, and Christopher Plummer took home the award for ‘Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role‘ for ‘Beginners‘.
Kaley Cuoco looking breath-taking in mint green Romona Keveza
My absolute favourite dress of the evening was Kaley Cuoco‘s mint coloured feathered-effect one by Romona Keveza, which was worn perfectly with a bohemiam plait.
Naya Rivera in a beaded Naaem Khan gown