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Bumping along nice: Pregnant Natalie Portman showed off her growing bump along with 30 Rock star Jane Krakowski at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Hollywood last night
They're both due to give birth in a matter of months - and it clearly show.
Natalie Portman and Jane Krakowski showed off their growing baby bumps on the red carpet last night as they put in a stunning turn at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles.
The pregnant duo lit up the red carpet in their respective form-fitting gowns.
Natalie, 29, looked angelic in a white maxi dress while 30 Rock's Jane, 42, showed a bit of leg in a sparkly three-quarter-length asymmetrical number.
Tender kiss: Jane shares an affectionate moment with her British-born clothing designer fiancé Robert Godley
Black Swan actress Natalie is due in the summer after falling pregnant with fiancé Benjamin Millepied, who choreographed her in the movie. Jane, meanwhile, is set to give birth at the end of April.
Speaking on the red carpet, Natalie revealed she was wearing Tiffany jewels worth $2million.
She also told E! presenter Giuliana Rancic why she refers to her Black Swan co-star Mila Kunis, who she shares a lesbian with in the film, as 'sweet lips'.
Blooming: Jane is due to give birth at the end of April while Natalie, seen posing with Helena Bonham Carter is due a little later in the summer
Actress Nicole Kidman and her husband musician Keith Urban, who have recently welcomed a new addition to their family, their surrogate baby girl Faith Margaret
Dressed to impress: Nicole put in a head-turning red carpet performance in a flowing black dress, complete with lace detailing around her back and décolletage
'It's very soft to kiss a girl,' Natalie told Giuliana.
Jane, who was wearing a Badgley Mischka design, said that her pregnancy is now becoming a reality to her after entering her third trimester.
'It's just becoming a reality,' she said. 'We're so excited.'
'Sweet lips': Black Swan actress Mila Kunis dazzled in a sizzling Alexander McQueen gown. Her co-star Portman, who kisses her in the film, calls her 'sweet lips'
Starlets: Hollywood star Hilary Swank showed off her toned figure in dress which wrapped tightly against her stomach while Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria wore a daring plunging number
Speaking of cravings, she added: 'I haven't really had bizerko ones. I like to drink a lot of juice. Only good things for the baby.'
Big names of the silver screen and TV lit up the red carpet in an array of colours, with sizzling reds, oranges and pinks proving a popular colour choice.
Luckily the rainy weather cleared up just in time as the celebs made their arrival at the Shrine Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon.
Leading ladies: Mad Men star January Jones went for black and gold, her co-star Christina Hendricks wore a plunging black gown split to the thigh and, right, actress Susan Sarandon dressed in regal purple
Glamorous: Claire Danes donned a floral dress which she teamed with hot pink lipstick while Jenna Fischer, who stars in the American version of The Office opted for an eggshell colour
Regal: Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara, Mariska Hargitay and reality star Kim Kardashian all looked stunning in their purple and blue gowns
Mila Kunis stole the limelight in a sizzling Alexander McQeen design, which she described as the most comfortable dress she has ever worn.
She also admitted that starring in Black Swan has changed her life.
Mila, who recently split from her long-time boyfriend McCauley Culkin, said: 'It's changed my life. It's all happened so fast and quickly. I'm so grateful for all of this.'
Taking a tumble: Actress Jennifer Lawrence got her bright pink dress caught in her towering heels as she negotiated the red carpet
Pretty in pink: While Jennifer opted for hot pink, Angie Harmon and Kate Mara went for subtler shades
Looking all white: Glee cast members Heather Morris and Lea Michele and, right, Winona Ryder went for the neutral look
Modern Family star Sofia Vergara showed off her curves in a plunging blue gown, and behaved in her customary cheeky way.
Asked by Giuliana if she would change anything about her body, she replied: 'I really have nothing to complain about, I've been very lucky.
'Sometimes I wish I was a size 8 and that I didn't have to go out with a bra. I have to strap everything.
Red carpet style: E! presenter Giuliana Rancic, The fighter actress Amy Adams and her co-star Melissa Leo in a stand out silver number
Ladies together: Melissa, who best supporting actress at the event, poses with her co-stars from The Fighter
'Women are never happy,' she joked.
Hilary Swank looked immaculate in a dress which wrapped tightly against her stomach.
She revealed that she works out for around an hour at least four times a week to keep in shape, saying that she really enjoys exercise.
Colourful: Modern Family's Sarah Hyland, True Grit actress Hailee Steinfeld and Jayma Mays all opted for orange dresses with Hailee slipping into a patterned Prada mermaid-style gown
Smile for the cameras: The 15-year-old star poses in front of the army of photographers
'When I work out I work out hard. It becomes something you miss if you don't do it. It's an endorphin rush. I normally do an hour about four times a week.'
Nicole Kidman, who attended with husband Keith Urban, also spoke out about the birth of her surrogate daughter, Faith Margaret.
She said that Margaret was her grandmother's name, saying: 'She had her last child aged 49,' adding that they decided on the name Faith because the surrogacy journey 'required faith'.
Helena Bonham Carter arrived in a quirky black and white ensemble, and posed with Natalie Portman on the red carpet.
Ladies in red: Mamma Mia actress Christine Baranski, The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies and Nurse Jackie actress Edie Falco
Smiling stars: Glee actress Amber Riley poured her curves into a ruffled black dress while Julie Bowen broke the red carpet tradition by wearing a trouser suit
Asked about her outlandish fashion sense, Helena joked: 'I'm here because I'm supposed to be able to act well, not dress well.'
Pink was another popular colour in the fashion stakes, with actress Jennifer Lawrence opting for a bright pink dress.
But she struggled to negotiate the red carpet in her towering black heels and nearly took a tumble at one point after getting her dress caught in the heel of her shoe.
Clare Danes, who donned a floral dress, brightened up her style with lashing of hot pink lipstick and wore her hair loose.
A shade of blue: American TV host Nancy O'Dell, and actress Cara Buono and Glee's Dianna Agron donned intricate designs
Looking dapper: Actors Jesse Eisenberg, Josh Pence, James Franco all looked smart in their suits
Calm before the storm: The Screen Actors Guild logo is cleaned before the events kicks off
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Battle of the bumps as pregnant Natalie Portman and Jane Krakowski bring their 'plus ones' to Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Britney Spears walks down the aisle for the third time... but this time as a maid-of-honour at gay wedding
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Oops she did it again: Britney Spears walked her assistant and friend Brett Miller down the aisle for his wedding yesterday
The blonde looked beautiful in a floor length blue gown for the wedding ceremony, in which Brett married actor, Frank Lionetti.
Oops she did it again...
Britney Spears has walked down the aisle for the third time. But this time the pop star is not tying the knot.
The 29-year-old singer played bridesmaid for her gay assistant and friend, Brett Miller in Miami, yesterday.
All smiles: Britney looked right at home in the Miami church
Flying into Miami on Thursday, the singer and her boyfriend Jason Trawick enjoyed a romantic weekend.
The pair stayed at the Newport Beachside Hotel, alongside several other friends who were part of the wedding party.
Enjoying an ocean-front room for two, the couple decided to spend some time on their own after arriving late on Thursday night.
'During Thursday night's rehearsal dinner, Britney ditched the reception and ordered room service for herself, Jason and her bodyguard,' a source told People magazine.
The wedding setting: the ceremony took place at the St. Bernard de Clairvaux Episcopal Church and The Ancient Spanish Monastry
The pair chose some comfort food from the hotel's menu.
'They had spaghetti bolognese, turkey burgers, chicken noodle soup, a fruit plate and one turkey sandwich,' said the insider.
Seemingly enjoying the hotel surrounds, they then surprisingly left the following day.
Privacy issues forced the couple to move to another hotel, with Britney complaining that the 'pool wasn't private' enough.
But what an upgrade they got...
They settled on a Frank Sinatra Suite at the Fontainebleau in Miami, where the $35 million penthouse rents for $15,000 a night.
Romantic: The church has a beautiful courtyard where guests can gather
With four bedrooms, a kitchen, whirlpool, piano and a large balcony overlooking the ocean, Britney and Jason had all the amenities at hand.
On Friday, they enjoyed a spot of shopping before attending another wedding party.
Keeping with the Sinatra theme, the pair waltzed to the crooner's tunes.
'At one point, during the early evening Jason took Britney's hand and twirled her to a cool Frank Sinatra sound,' the source says. 'It was cute and romantic.'
The dancing didn't stop there as the couple headed for the Fontainebleau club LIV.
Brit's boy: Jason Trawick was spotted poolside at the Fountainebleau Resort in Miami Beach yesterday
'Britney and Jason were dancing and laughing and having a great time at LIV,' another source told PEOPLE. 'He was very sweet and affectionate with her. And she got very excited when her favorite songs came on.'
Britney's friend's wedding took place at Miami's Spanish Monastery.
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Happy couple: Nicole Kidman and husband Keith Urban at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles last night
But she and her country music singer Urban decided to keep mum until just recently in order to protect all those involved.
Nicole Kidman has opened up for the first time about her new daughter.
The actress and husband Keith Urban revealed earlier this month that they had welcomed Faith Margaret to the family after she was born via a surrogate.
Speaking at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles last night, the 43-year-old star said keeping the surrogacy process quiet was difficult because she wanted to share the exciting news.
Speaking to E! presenter Giuliana Rancic on the red carpet, Nicole said: 'I wanted to be able to tell everybody because I was so excited about her.
'[But] we just decided this was our thing together. It kind of just perpetuated itself.'
'[And] it protects her and it protects everyone in the situation.'
Affectionate display: Nicole opened up for the first time about her new daughter Faith Margaret, who was born via a surrogate
Stunning: The actress looked incredible in a black dress complete with lace panelling around the décolletage and back
The Australian actress presented Colin Firth with his best actor award at last night's glitzy event for his role in The King's Speech.
However despite being nominated herself for best actress for her film Rabbit Hole, she lost out on the honour with Natalie Portman pipping her to the post for Black Swan.
Nicole and Keith released a join statement on January 17, revealing their happy news about Faith Margaret - three weeks after she was born to a gestational carrier at The Women's Hospital at Centennial Medical Center in Kidman and Urban's adopted hometown of Nashville.
Meet and greet: The actress signs autographs for fans, but missed out on winning best actress at the event for her role in Rabbit Hole
Nicole already has a two-year-old daughter, Sunday Rose, with Urban, plus adopted children Isabella, 18, and Connor, 15 from her previous relationship with Tom Cruise.
Kidman added that Faith Margaret's name was inspired by her own family and adopted southern hometown.
'It's that southern double name,' she said, adding that Margaret was the name of her beloved grandmother who had her last baby aged 49.
'She's my inspiration,' Kidman added.
Congratulations: She presented Colin Firth with his gong for best actor in the King's Speech
Nicole Kidman Gushes About New Baby
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Crazy curls: singer Beyonce stepped out in New York on Friday with a head full of dishevelled curls
She is known to change her look from time to time.
And in doing so Beyonce always looks polished.
But the singer seems to have had a hairstyle slip as she stepped out in New York on Friday.
Looking somewhat dishevelled, the 29-year-old hid her blonde locks underneath a hoodie.
And it's little wonder why - the singer's hair, which is usually sleek and styled, was out of control.
Looking like she had just rolled out of bed, the wife of rapper Jay-Z couldn't contain her wayward curls.
Beyonce's locks also looked like they had been lightened.
The singer, who is partial to the more paler shade, seems to be struggling to stay away from the bottled bleach.
Known to not be afraid of a tress change, she has tried several different hair colours, including red and brown.
However chic: The singer still looked stylish in her outfit as she made her way around Hells Kitchen
Out and about in Hells Kitchen, Beyonce didn't however disappoint on the outfit front and dressed in a pair of black pants, top and matching boots.
The grey coat covering her curls looked snug and warm with it's fur trimmed hood.
The singer accessorised the ensemble with a pair of military style boots and a chic Chanel bag.
Shy starlet: The 29-year-old hid under her hood as she ran her errands
With full red lips, she was all smiles for the camera and was accompanied by a big burly bodyguard.
Meanwhile Beyonce and Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood are currently in negotiations to team up on a third remake of A Star Is Born.
Warner Bros have confirmed that the pair are in talks for a green-lit fourth version of the classic film, slated for release in 2012.
Usually styled: Beyonce usually steps out with more sleek and polished tresses
Beyonce signed on to the project back in 2008, but was rumoured to have dropped out after lengthy delays.
The Single Ladies hit-maker will take on the role previously held by Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland in the 1976 and 1954 adaptations, and Janet Gaynor in the 1937 original.
She will play up and coming starlet Esther Blodgett, later Vicki Lester, who falls for a has-been rock-star.
Beyonce proved her acting chops in Oscar-winning musical Dreamgirls in 2006, as well as portraying Etta James in Cadillac Records.
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Bad influence: Miley Cyrus, 18, has been voted the worst role model for young girls by an AOL poll beating out competition from Lindsay Lohan and Demi Lovato
Miley Cyrus has been voted the worst celebrity role model for young girls in a new poll of teenage girls themselves.
The 18-year-old singer and actress has topped the list for the second year in a row due to her scandalous behaviour over the past 12 months.
Miley beat out competition from Lindsay Lohan and Demi Lovato - despite both of them entering rehab in 2010.
This poll comes a month after Miley was caught on video smoking a bong containing a drug called salvia.
Although not illegal it is listed as a 'drug of concern' by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.
The survey was conducted by AOL website Just So You Know and was voted on by their core audience of girls aged between nine and 15.
Miley received more than 58 per cent of the 99,000 votes.
Also in the top 10 celebrity with the worst influence were Teen Mom star Amber Portwood, rapper Kanye West and Gossip Girl actor Chace Crawford, who was arrested for marijuana possession.
Growing up: Miley has made a definite effort to shed her good girl image and her Hannah Montana persona
Miley began her career starring on the Disney show Hannah Montana and she acquired a very young fan base.
Despite other celebrities her age also acting out, like Gossip Girl Taylor Momsen, Miley made her fortune through her younger fans so is thought to be held to a higher standard.
Seemingly desperate to shed her good girl image, Miley has been pictured wearing scandalous outfits, dancing provocatively in nightclubs and drinking alcohol abroad despite the legal age in the U.S. being 21 and driving while talking on her cell phone which is illegal.
On her 18th birthday in November, Miley was seen engaging in some very adult behaviour with her boyfriend Aran Jogia, 18.
She was pictured sprawled over the bar of Hollywood club Trousdale while Jogia was straddled on top of her kissing her neck.
Miley has also been caught publicly kissing ex-boyfriend Liam Hemsworth and has been linked to several other boys including Nick Jonas.
The actress is currently filming her latest movie So Undercover in New Orleans. The action comedy is based in a sorority house and co-stars Entourage's Jeremy Piven.
Royal flush: The King's Speech beats out tough competition to scoop top honours at the Screen Actors Guild awards
BY BAZ BAMIGBOYE and ELLIE GENOWER
Big prize: Anthony Andrews, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter and Colin Firth scoop top honours at the Screen Actors Guild awards
- Colin Firth one step closer to an Oscar as he scoops Outstanding Actor award
- Natalie Portman adds to her haul as she wins Outstanding Actress for Black Swan
- Glee comes away empty handed despite three nominations
The King's Speech beat out stiff competition to win top film honours at tonight's Screen Actor's Guild award, with Colin Firth scooping the Outstanding Actor honour.
The film won the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, beating favourites The Social Network and The Fighter.
Its win leaves the race wide open for this year's Oscar ceremony, with many tipping the Best Picture category to be the closest in years.
Top honour: Colin Firth accepts the Best Actor gong from Nicole Kidman, for his role as stammering King George VI in The King's Speech
In his speech, Firth paid tribute to his 'dream cast,' who included Geoffrey Rush as speech therapist Lionel Logue, Anthony Andrews as Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin and Helena Bonham Carter as the Queen Mother.
'This is really something,' he said.
Geoffrey Rush spoke for the rest of the cast as they all walked up on stage to accept their award.
'It shouldn't be called the SAG Award, it should be called the uplifting award,' he said.
All smiles: Firth holds his two awards aloft following the ceremony at The Shrine Auditorium
The win caps a sensational week that has seen The King's Speech win trophies from the Producers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America.
Both are seen as powerful nods as to which stars and what film will collect the top awards on Oscar night.
For several weeks the Oscar front-runner was the Facebook film The Social Network which had been winning prizes on what seemed like a daily basis,including the best film from the Golden Globes.
But over the past couple of weekends, The King's Speech halted The Social Network's advance when its producers took the PGA award.
Oscar favourite: The Social Network's stars Armie Hammer, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg introduce the film on stage , but they ultimately lost out to The King's Speech
Fighting funny: The Fighter stars Amy Adams and Mark Wahlberg share a laugh on stage
And on Saturday The King's Speech director Tom Hooper surprised Hollywood by winning the DGA main award for best director.
The awards are voted for by members the American film actors union.
It is a highly significant indicator as to who will at the Oscars next month as the acting branch represents the largest voting block in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the organisation behind the Oscars.
Success: Natalie Portman adds to her awards haul as she accepts the Best Actress gong from Jeff Bridges
In the Outstanding Actress category, favourite Natalie Portman cemented her position as Oscar favourite when she took the big prize for her role as a tortured ballerina in Black Swan, accepting the award from Jeff Bridges, who lost out to Colin Firth.
She thanked her parents 'who taught me to work my hardest, and to my fiance Benjamin Millepied. I love you very much,' she said.
The actress is expecting her first child by Millepied, who also appeared in Black Swan.
Stunning: Eva Longoria poses in a backless gown prior to presenting an award at tonight's show
Nominees: Both Hilary Swank and Nicole Kidman presented awards but lost out in the Best Acting category
Elegant: Susan Sarandon joined the ranks of celebrity presenters at the ceremony
Meanwhile, Christian Bale added the SAG Award for Supporting Actor to his Golden Globe and Critics Choice gongs for his role as drug addicted boxer Dicky Eklund in The Fighter.
He was joined on stage by the real life Eklund who he thanked for 'Living the life and letting me play you.'
Favourite Melissa Leo took the prize for Female Actor in a Supporting Role, also for The Fighter, paying tribute to the seven actresses who played her daughters in the film.
Victorious: Outstanding Supporting Actor Christian Bale is joined on stage by former boxer Dicky Eklund, who he plays in The Fighter
Triumphant: Melissa Leo holds her award aloft after emerging victorious in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category
'This has been an extraordinary season for me. I'm here with six out of the seven actresses who played my daughters. Thank you for helping me get a man I can take home with me,' she said, referring to the statuette.
Alec Baldwin surprised the audience by winning for the fifth consecutive time, beating Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer for the Outstanding Actor in a Comedy series.
'I don't know what to say. This is ridiculous,' he said.
Bemused: Betty White and Alec Baldwin were both surprised by their wins in the TV comedy category in Los Angeles on Sunday
Funny family: The cast of hit TV comedy series Modern Family look delighted at their win for Outstanding Comedy Ensemble
Betty White was visibly stunned to receive the Outstanding Comedy actress gong for her role in Hot In Cleveland, beating the likes of Glee's Jane Lynch and Tina Fey from 30 Rock.
'I must say, this is the biggest surprise I've ever had in the business,' she told the audience.
The cast of hit TV series Modern Family were also triumphant, beating favourites Glee for Best Ensemble Cast in a Comedy series.
Other winners included Boardwalk Empire's Steve Buscemi for Outstanding Actor in a TV series for his portrayal of the fictitious gangster Nicky Thompson, while Julianna Margulies for legal drama The Good Wife.
TV winners: Julianna Magulies accepts the award for Outstanding Female Actor in a drama series for The Good Wife, while Steve Buscemi collects the ale equivalent for Boardwalk Empire
Best ensemble: The cast of HBO's prohibition-era drama Boardwalk Empire pose with their SAG award for Outstanding Cast
Boardwalk Empire also won for Best Ensemble Cast in a Drama.
Al Pacino took the accolade for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Mini Series for You Don't Know Jack, although he was not at the ceremony.
And Claire Danes took the Miniseries gong for her role as Temple Grandin, thanking her husband Hugh Dancy in her speech.
'Thank you to my husband, my favourite man,' he said. 'My Hugh.'
Tribute: A delighted Claire Danes thanked her husband, actor Hugh Dancy, as she accepted the gong for Outstanding Female Actor in a TV movie or miniseries for her role as Temple Grandin
Glitzy: The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, where this year's SAG awards took place
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