Red carpet adult chat
Christina Hendricks: Sometimes it's the most basic looks that make a statement, but leave it to makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury to take something as simple as a gilded smoky eye up one more notch. Glowing skin (courtesy of her Magic Cream) and a touch of mauve lipstick.
Diane Guerrero: It's kind of hard to believe Shipka is only 16, because at her age we were wielding crimpers and way too much hairspray. Adult selves, take note of this masterpiece by hairstylist Ashley Streicher.
Furthermore, an animated discussion between Watson and his sons over the exact number of parts in their spaceship (3000 and something, and they were on bag four) touchingly exemplified just how much Lego can still play a part in quality family time.
And this is just it – the allure of Lego – it sets children and adults alike glowing with a joyful anticipation that only brick by colourful, gleaming brick can evoke.
TV presenter Kate Garraway, however, is not one for 3000 piece trophies.
No matter how proudly she commented on her children’s innovative designs (a white rabbit was the star pick), she maintains that “Lego is all about the taking apart and rebuilding”.
Laverne Cox: Cox proves it's hard to go wrong with a classic combination. PS: If you want to read more on the SAGs, check out our recap of the best moments from the show, the full list of winners, and our favorite dresses of the evening.
in Leicester Square was that of a primary-coloured explosion of glee.