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Belinda from the Screen Actors Guild has brought my attention to a current auction, held by the Screen Actors Guild and Clothes Off Our Back, where fans can auction a bleacher seat on the SAG Awards’ red carpet.

Fans who love to see their favorite stars on the SAG Awards Red Carpet now have the chance to win tickets to the Red Carpet Bleachers. Winners will be able to take pictures, see the action of the Red Carpet and possibly get a chance to acquire your favorite celebrity autographs. You’ll also get to take home a unique gift bag put together by People Magazine. This package includes 2 tickets and 1 Parking Pass. Event will take place on Saturday, January 23, 2010, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA. Winner is responsible for travel to Los Angeles.


Make sure to read more about this auction at the SAG Awards auction site as well as on Clothes Off Our Back. Good luck and thanks to Belinda for the heads-up!

According to People Magazine, George Clooney, Alec Baldwin and Meryl Streep will be among the stars presenting at the Jan. 23 Screen Actors Guild Awards, it was announced Thursday. Clooney, a four-time SAG Award best actor winner, was nominated for his performance in Up in the Air. Baldwin, who will co-host the Oscars in March with Steve Martin, got a SAG Award nod again this year for the NBC hit show 30 Rock. Streep is up for leading actress for her role in Julie & Julia. Sandra Bullock, who is nominated for leading actress for The Blind Side, will present the Life Achievement Award to Betty White, her costar in The Proposal.

A bunch of new video clips have been added to the video archive, including some real treasures – the personal favorite being Meryl’s acceptance speech at the 1990 People’s Choice Awards, winning Favorite Motion Picture Actress.  While she has won six People’s Choice Awards between 1984 and 1990, Meryl has only attended twice, the first time being in 1986. If anyone has a video of this appearance as well, please let me know!

The American Foundation for AIDS Research will hold a special gala in New York on February 10 in memory of actress Natasha Richardson, a trustee of the organization who died in a skiing accident last year. Among the leadership committee are Liam Neeson, Vanessa Redgrave, Joely Richardson, Sharon Stone, Stanley Tucci and Kenneth Cole. Meryl Streep will also attend and will assist in presenting the tribute to Natasha Richardson. This black-tie gala benefit at Cipriani 42nd Street honors those who have made outstanding efforts to raise awareness about the HIV/AIDS epidemic and to raise dollars for AIDS research. The gala, held on the eve of New York Fashion Week, will begin with cocktails, followed by dinner, a live auction of luxury items, and a special tribute to the honorees. More information can be found here.

Happy New Year everybody! The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) announced today that renowned actor and philanthropist Kevin Bacon will be presented with the third annual Joel Siegel Award by Meryl Streep at the 15th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. Meryl herself is nominated at the Critics Choice Awards as Best Actress for “Julie & Julia”. The ceremony, hosted by Kristin Chenoweth, will air live on VH1 Friday, January 15, 2010 at 9:00 PM ET/PT

The 32nd Kennedy Center Honors was broadcast yesterday. Meryl saluted Robert De Niro, her colleague from “The Deer Hunter”, “Falling in Love” and “Marvin’s Room”. A full clip of her speech can be streamed below and in the video archive.

“It’s Complicated” has opened US theaters on Christmas Day and I’m sure many of you have either seen it or are curious to know how it was. So here you can write down your review on how you liked the film and what you thought of it. Please keep in mind to avoid spoilers for those who haven’t seen it. Your reviews are appreciated!

Today, Meryl has attended Good Morning America to promote “It’s Complicated”, dish on her double Golden Globe nomination and Christmas. The complete interview can be streamed in the video archive, screencaps in high quality can be found in the Image Library.

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