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Thursday 21 September 2017

Are Stacy and George taking Angelina and Brad's crown?

THEY are photographed everywhere they go and now Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have sparked the ultimate debate -- are they still the world's most beautiful twosome?

The A-listers posed next to George Clooney and his other half Stacy Keibler last night (left) at the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles...and now fans are wondering who should be crowned the ultimate Hollywood pair.

Blonde beauty Stacy showed off her enviable curves in a black lace trim gown, as Angelina sported a sexy, low-cut dress and simple accessories.

The star-studded event saw a host of big names arrive in their Sunday best to continue the 2012 awards season.

Black seemed to be a popular fashion choice for the evening.

Emma Stone sashayed down the red carpet in a stunning Alexander McQueen frock, while Ashley Simpson wore an elegant Jenny Packham gown.

Deep South drama The Help was a clear winner, after bagging three prizes at this year's SAGs, including best actress for Viola Davis, who sported a Grecian-style gold and white fitted number.

The supporting actress prize went to Octavia Spencer, who wore a short-sleeved silver dress and beehive hairdo.

The flick also claimed the guild's ensemble award -- the show's equivalent of a best picture gong.

Other winners included French star Jean Dujardin, who won the lead actor honour for silent film The Artist, as Christopher Plummer won for supporting actor as an elderly father who comes out as gay in Beginners.

Plummer has been tipped as a likely choice to scoop an award at the upcoming Oscars, which are due to take place on February 26.

Popular TV series Modern Family landed best ensemble in a comedy show, while Alec Baldwin received best actor for 30 Rock; and Betty White as best actress for Hot In Cleveland.

"You can't name me, without naming those other wonderful women on Hot In Cleveland," 90-year-old Betty said.

"This nomination belongs to four of us. Please, please know that I'm dealing them right in with this. I'm not going to let them keep this, but I'll let them see it."

British beauty Kate Winslet won best actress in a TV movie or mini-series for Mildred Pierce, while Paul Giamatti was named best actor for Too Big To Fail.

In TV drama, the winners were Jessica Lange as best actress for American Horror Story; and Steve Buscemi as best actor for Boardwalk Empire, which also won the ensemble prize.

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