The Afterparties! 2007 Screen Actors Guild Awards

See the Grey's cast, America, Kiefer and more party after last year's Screen Actors Guild Awards at the exclusive bash sponsored by PEOPLE and the Entertainment Industry Foundation. By Serena Kappes and Cara Lynn Shultz

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GETTING CHEEKY

GETTING CHEEKY
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Katherine Heigl keeps a close hold on Grey's Anatomy costar T.R. Knight at the PEOPLE/EIF SAG Awards bash. But he was concerned about keeping a grip on his SAG Award for outstanding dramatic TV cast. "I lose things a lot," he said. "I just hope I don't forget it here (at the afterparty)."

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ALL FOR ONE

ALL FOR ONE
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In spite of infamous on-set turmoil surrounding Isaiah Washington, the cast of Grey's (from left, Kate Walsh, Knight, Heigl, Sandra Oh and Ellen Pompeo) were all about togetherness at the PEOPLE party, holding up their statues and toasting one another with champagne. "They're so happy," Pompeo said of her costars.

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SISTER ACT

SISTER ACT
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Those Suarez sisters sure clean up well! Ugly Betty costars America Ferrera and Ana Ortiz strike a glam pose. "I just got the dress last night," Ortiz said, "So I'm kind of stuck in here in a very elaborate way!" Work it, girl!

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IT'S MINE!

IT'S MINE!
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Share and share alike: Even though Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore and their nominated Bobby costars didn't score a trophy, The Office's John Krasinski lets them hang onto his at the PEOPLE party. And when the couple left the fete, a gallant Kutcher held the train of his wife's dress.

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'OFFICE PARTY'

'OFFICE PARTY'
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The Office's Angela Kinsey gets a lift from costar Krasinski at the afterparty. "We wanted it so bad!" she said of her show's win for outstanding TV ensemble comedy cast.

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SUPPORT SYSTEM

SUPPORT SYSTEM
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Nominee Kiefer Sutherland took time out from an In-N-Out Burger vs. Fatburger debate with 24 costar Kim Raver to congratulate pal Forest Whitaker on his SAG win for The Last King of Scotland. "I don't think he's as aware of how much people really love him as he should be," the 24 star said. "So for him to get this award tonight was really beautiful. He's like the great gentle bear."

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WINNERS' CIRCLE

WINNERS' CIRCLE
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Helen Mirren bestows congratulations on Ugly Betty winner America Ferrera, who later headed to the PEOPLE bash. Though Ferrera joked in her acceptance speech that she was "completely out of things to say," costar Eric Mabius had plenty to say. "She's probably the most genuinely, heartfelt, honest, emotion-filled, amazing woman I've ever worked with," he gushed about Ferrera.

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MONKEYING AROUND

MONKEYING AROUND
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Now this is more her size! After struggling to hold up her heavy statue while accepting Little Miss Sunshine's honor for outstanding movie cast with costars Greg Kinnear and Steve Carell, Abigail Breslin cuddles with a curious little pal at the afterparty.

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GOOD SPORT

GOOD SPORT
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Even though the Desperate Housewives cast walked away empty-handed, Andrea Bowen had no hard feelings for The Office star B.J. Novak, whose cast nabbed SAG honors. "We're not all that bummed out that we didn't win," said Bowen, who was taking pics for PEOPLE. "(The Office) cast is such a fantastic group of people."

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TICKLED PINK

TICKLED PINK
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Then-couple Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams (who split later in the year) cozy up at the bash. Earlier, Gosling – an outstanding movie actor nominee for Half Nelson – stopped on the red carpet to kiss his leading lady's hand before posing for photos. Awww!

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'Dream' Team

'Dream' Team

Keith Robinson, cozies up to his Dreamgirls costar Anika Noni Rose. It was a big night for their pal and castmate, Jennifer Hudson. "Every time she wins I feel a part of it," Robinson tells us. "Like maybe the leg of the SAG guy is mine, or the elbow of the Golden Globe."

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A ROYALLY GOOD TIME

A ROYALLY GOOD TIME
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Who says Her Royal Highness doesn't have a sense of humor? A glam Helen Mirren, who scored a trophy for The Queen, admitted that when she first signed on to play Elizabeth II and "saw those sensible shoes and tweed skirts laid out in a row ... I cried."

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