SAG Awards 2019: Best And Worst Moments
On Sunday, January 27th, Hollywood’s biggest TV and film stars came together at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles for the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards. In between heavy hitting awards shows like the Golden Globes and the Oscars, the SAG Awards are a much more light-hearted affair and wrapped up in an easy two hours unlike some other awards shows that can push four hours. The 2019 SAG Awards proved to be one of the most exciting in recent years with history-making wins and adorable celebrations. Of course, it all didn’t go off without a hitch. Here are the best and worst moments from the 2019 SAG Awards:
12. BEST – Megan Mullally Hosting
Unlike most other major Hollywood awards shows, the SAG Awards didn’t have their first host until 2017 when actress Kristen Bell presided over the ceremony. For the 2019 SAGs, Will & Grace actress Megan Mullally became only the second-ever host, and she couldn’t have been a better choice! Mullally’s high-energy and comedic timing meant she could carry it all on her own, no co-host needed. Her opening monologue was short, sweet, and funny, which is everything both the audience at home and those in attendance wanted to kick off the show. While many agree the writing for her parts could have been better, Mullally did the best with what she had, and was actually remarkably absent for quite a bit of the show despite being the host of the event.