Last night, stars including Jennifer Aniston and Mark Ruffalo were honoured at the SAG-AFTRA awards as members of the Friends cast, Leonardo DiCaprio, Olivia Wilde and fellow celebrities watched on. The glamorous event took place in Beverly Hills and saw bear hugs, sitcom reunions and stylish dresses hit the red carpet.
Aniston was honoured with the Artists Inspiration Award for her humanitarian work and was joined by her Friends co-stars on the red carpet, who showed up to support her.
The Morning Show star and producer was joined by her on- and off-screen close friends Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow, who presented her with the award.
The trio glammed up for the night, with Aniston wearing a black and white graphic print dress. Kudrow and Cox opted for all black outfits, with Kudrow wearing a sophisticated fringed wrap dress as Cox stepped out in an edgy sheer lace blouse and high waisted trousers.
Paul Rudd, who played Kudrow’s onscreen love interest in the beloved 90s sitcom, also joined them with a big grin on his face in a navy suit.
Leonardo DiCaprio, a vocal climate change activist, honoured another actor committed to fighting for the environment: Avengers’ star Mark Ruffalo.
DiCaprio attended in a black suit and slicked back hair and gave a speech prior to presenting Ruffalo with an Artists Inspiration Award.
Ruffalo gave the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star a big bear hug before accepting the trophy, which prompted a rare face-splitting grin from DiCaprio.
Actress Olivia Wilde was one of the best dressed stars of the night as she stepped out in a gown by Maison Valentino. She posed in an embroidered white dress which featured a sheer top and neon green accents, wearing her hair down and a pop of peach eyeshadow.
Harriet star Cynthia Erivo gave Wilde a run for her money in a gold suit. The star later changed into a white halter neck jumpsuit for a musical performance, which prompted a standing ovation from those in the room.
Crazy Rich Asians stars Constance Wu and Awkwafina also attended in complementary shimmering gowns, revisiting their onscreen friendship on the red carpet as they grinned for cameras. The duo also gave a joint speech at the awards.
Director Ava DuVernay was also honoured with a Patron of the Arts award by the star of her film Selma: David Oyelowo. The pair were seen celebrating afterwards, with DuVernay wearing a striking yellow dress and Oyelowo a black outfit with gold detailing.
Other stars to attend also included Stranger Things’ David Harbour, Julia Garner, Willem Dafoe and Laurence Fishburne. The event was the fourth edition of the annual Patron of the Artists Awards.