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The Kristen Wiig fansite


18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Live Coverage

Posted on January 30, 2012 and filed under Public Appearances

As previously reported, Kristen Wiig is presenting at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards tonight. She is also nominated along with the rest of the cast of Bridesmaids for Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture, and Melissa McCarthy (Megan) for Outstanding Supporting Actress. KristenWiig.org will provide you with live coverage from the event. Be sure to keep checking back or follow us on Twitter for the latest updates!

Update: Kristen’s been spotted on the red carpet, wearing a Balenciaga dress and a Fred Leighton 19th Century antique choker. Pictures coming soon!

Update: She just brought back her hilarious Kris Jenner impression while talking to E! on the red carpet.

Update: The first picture is here! What are your thoughts on Kristen’s look tonight?

Update: Melissa lost her award to The Help‘s Octavia Spencer, so a huge congratulations for a well-deserved award, Octavia!

Update: Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy just appeared on stage presenting Bridesmaids as a nominee for Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture. They shared a drinking game they started while filming the movie. Oh, and they all had drinks (“they’re free!”) in their hands. Good luck tonight!

Update: The great cast of The Help walked away with the award for Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture. Stay tuned for pictures and clips from the show and red carpet!

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