Shining Stars!

Family Portrait “It means everything is working!” says Ed O’Neill (top left, with his Modern Family costars) of their best ensemble win.

Funny Girls

Glee‘s Jane Lynch (right, with wife Lara Embry, center) bonded with fellow best comedy actress nominee Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie) pre-ceremony.

Grand Win

The highlight for Claire Danes, who won for her title role in Temple Grandin? “Betty White rocked it!”

Baby Bliss

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman, who welcomed second daughter Faith Margaret Dec. 28 via surrogate, headed home early.

Happy & Healthy

After a kidney transplant in December, 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan (right) was back on his feet and hamming it up with Morgan Freeman.

The Champ

“This statue sure is heavy, man,” said outstanding supporting actor Christian Bale (below with Dicky Eklund, the real-life boxer whom he portrayed in The Fighter).


Justin Timberlake, who attended sans girlfriend Jessica Biel (inset), got a few hours’ head start on celebrating his birthday at the PEOPLE/Entertainment Industry Foundation SAG Awards gala and the Weinstein Company and Dewar’s bash. The singer-actor spent much of the night chatting with his Friends with Benefits costar Mila Kunis (above left), and while a witness called the pair “pretty inseparable,” a source insists they’re just friends, adding, “Justin and Jessica are definitely together and very happy.”

Get the Party Started!

Sure, winning a best comedy ensemble statue was cool, but Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland called the PEOPLE/Entertainment Industry Foundation Screen Actors Guild Awards gala the best part of her night: “You get to relax!” Which is exactly what Glee‘s Jenna Ushkowitz did, snuggling with her “good friend” Vampire Diaries‘ Michael Trevino. Nearby in the tent, nominee Amy Adams cozied up with fiance Darren Le Gallo, joking that security wouldn’t let their nearly 9-month-old daughter Aviana in. Nominee Mariska Hargitay chatted with winner Melissa Leo, who cracked, “I’m gonna punch any sucker that walks on my dress!” And no one seemed to want the night to end. As Modern Family‘s Jesse Tyler Ferguson held his lawyer beau, Justin Mikita, tightly, he said with a laugh, “Sofia Vergara says we need to do something after this! We go where the queen tells us.”

Pretty in Pink

Angie Harmon’s Monique Lhuillier gown tip? “Hold the train, apologize a lot!”

True Grin

True Grit stars Hailee Steinfeld, 14, and Jeff Bridges hug it out.

No. 1 Fan

Nominee Mark Ruffalo credited his Kids Are All Right costar Annette Bening for his nod.


Rico Rodriguez

The Modern Family star, 12, said he finds awards shows “really fun.”

Ariel Winter & Nolan Gould, the Modern Family sibs, 13 and 12 respectively, soaked it all in. “We’re having an awesome time!” said Winter.

Kiernan Shipka

The actress, 11, was up for best dramatic ensemble with the Mad Men cast (she plays Jon Hamm‘s daughter).

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