Watch All of the SAG Awards Acceptance Speeches!

screen-actors-guild-awards-speechesHere are all of the acceptance speeches from last nights Screen Actor Guild Awards. I had a show last night so if you’re like me, this was the first time you were able to watch the speeches. I honestly had no idea they were on last night… that’s because I’m well-informed!

I thought they were all pretty terrific but my favorites were from Ty Burrell and Matthew McConaughey.

Check them all out below!

Lupita Nyong’o, Female Actor In A Supporting Role


Jared Leto, Male Actor In A Supporting Role


Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Female Actor In A Comedy Series


Ty Burrell, Male Actor In A Comedy Series


Modern Family, Ensemble in a Comedy Series


Helen Mirren, Female Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries


Michael Douglas, Male Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries


Bryan Cranston, Male Actor In A Drama Series


Breaking Bad, Ensemble In A Drama Series


Matthew McConaughey, Male Actor In A Leading Role


Cate Blanchett, Female Actor In A Leading Role


American Hustle, Cast In A Motion Picture

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