2018 SAG Awards: Best (and worst) dressed at the red carpet

Let’s face it: is there any better reason to watch the SAG Awards than to see who walks the red carpet (Except, of course, to see who wins)? Who among the nominees and presenters turned up for the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 21 topped our best and worst dressed list? Tour through our photo gallery to see which celebs wore it best, and which wore it worst.

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This year made history by having a host for the first time in its 23-year run. Kristen Bell (“The Good Place” and “Veronica Mars”) served as emcee, while an all-female group of presenters gave voice to the ongoing #MeToo movement. As was the case with the Golden Globes, the ceremony served as another opportunity to combat sexual assault and harassment in the entertainment industry. This time, however, the stars were allowed to shine in something other than all-black outfits.

Did your favorite guys and gals make the list? Click through our photo gallery to see the best and worst dressed at the 2018 SAG Awards, which took place at the Shrine Auditorium in downtown Los Angeles.

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You may be surprised to see who made the cut. While there were several flowing gowns and sharp tuxes, there was an odd outfit or two. Thankfully, no one was too far out on a limb in their choice of wardrobe.

Presenters for the program included:

Rosanna Arquette
Halle Berry
Connie Britton
Gabrielle Carteris
Geena Davis
Dakota Fanning
Goldie Hawn
Kate Hudson
Felicity Huffman
Brie Larson
Laura Linney
Leslie Mann
Mandy Moore
Rita Moreno
Megan Mullally
Olivia Munn
Niecy Nash
Lupita Nyong’o
Gina Rodriguez
Maya Rudolph
Molly Shannon
Sarah Silverman
Marisa Tomei
Kelly Marie Tran
“The Big Sick” stars Holly Hunter, Zoe Kazan, Kumail Nanjiani, Ray Romano
“Get Out” stars Daniel Kauuya, Allison Williams
“Lady Bird” stars Laurie Metcalf, Saoirse Ronan
“Mudbound” stars Mary J. Blige, Jason Clarke
“Three Billboards” stars Woody Harrelson, Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell

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