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Posted at 10:40 AM ET, 01/31/2011

SAG Awards 2011: The best E! red-carpet moments

By Jen Chaney

No awards show is complete without some awkward red-carpet banter. And no one does awkward red-carpet banter better than the people at E!

As proof, here are some of the more stellar moments from last night's SAG Awards pregame show.

Tracy Morgan brings a couple pockets full of crazy to his interview with Giuliana Rancic, which culminates with his declaration that Sarah Palin is "the hottest MILF in the world," the natural follow-up to his comments about the former Alaska governor last week on TNT. Somehow Rancic missed that whole controversy, and her confusion only adds to the hilarity.

John Krasinski gets his feelings hurt, reveals that Rancic is actually animatronic and completely wins the hearts of every red-carpet-show viewer in America.

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Jesse Eisenberg explains that gum can be swallowed and that airplanes are extremely effective modes of transportation:

Eisenberg's "Social Network" co-star, Justin Timberlake, participates in what he dubs "the best red-carpet interview ever" and bemoans the fact that he's turning 30 today. (Happy birthday, Mr. Timberlake, and thank you for making the red-carpet proceedings delightfully absurd.)

James Franco raises the question "Twitter, really?" then dares to answer it intelligently.

Julie Bowen also raises another important question, this one re: her pantsuit: "Is it dicey?" For the record, we say no.

And lastly, as definitive evidence that Christian Bale does not have anger-management issues, he awkwardly engages in a red-carpet interview with Rancic without throttling her or anyone else associated with E!

By Jen Chaney  | January 31, 2011; 10:40 AM ET
Categories:  Awards Season  
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