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szdaily -> Glamour
Nicole Kidman’s powerful speech and other SAG top moments
    2018-January-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

It was back to the bold and beautiful at Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild awards, following the almost universal black dress code deployed at the recent Golden Globes.

But that didn’t mean female empowerment was off the agenda.

Kristen Bell became the first host of the ceremony — that’s the first host full-stop, not just female — while the huge majority of presenters were women.

And Nicole Kidman, 50, was lauded* for her impassioned* speech about roles for older women.

“How wonderful it is that our careers today can go beyond 40 years old,” she said, close to tears.

“Twenty years ago we were pretty washed up by this stage in our lives.

“That’s not the case anymore. We’ve proven... that we are potent* and powerful and viable*. I just beg that the industry stays behind us as our stories are finally being told.”

She added: “It’s only the beginning.”

But the “Big Little Lies” actress wasn’t the only one left weepy by the occasion.

British star Gary Oldman was visibly moved as he collected his best actor nomination for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in “The Darkest Hour.”

“I’ve become emotional,” he explained as he took to the podium*.

“I am so deeply, deeply honored.”

Morgan Freeman’s speech, thanking the guild for his lifetime achievement honor, will probably be best remembered for his reaction to someone in the audience apparently chatting away just as he had begun to speak.

“Hey ... I’m talking to you. Yeah, hey,” he said, looking directly at the unidentified culprit.

“You just stand out to me. That’s all,” he added, before continuing with the rest of his speech.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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