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Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier has a preview.

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ELIOTT RODRIGUEZ: Time to check out what's trending now. Hollywood's awards season is in full swing, and Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards are the next big event.

LAUREN PASTRANA: "Entertainment Tonight's" Kevin Frazier has a preview. Kevin?

KEVIN FRAZIER: Lauren and Eliott, the SAG Awards do things a little different. Every category's specifically for acting, and the people voting on each award other actors. So you know the competition is intense.

- We got a big night ahead of us. It's the SAG Awards. And we are nominated for Outstanding Performance by an ensemble in a Comedy Series. How about that?

KEVIN FRAZIER: The cast of "Ted Lasso" shot this clip for the show, which will look a little different this year. There will be no red carpet, no host, no set. And the entire show will be a pretaped one-hour special.

- Flawless, my dear.

KEVIN FRAZIER: "Bridgerton" is up for two awards, including Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

- It's a real joy to be able to represent the world and the color of the world. And we're in a really special time with "Bridgerton."

KEVIN FRAZIER:

LAUREN PASTRANA: But it'll have to beat "The Crown," "Better Call Saul," "Lovecraft Country," and "Ozark."

- War is about money. Money's about war.

KEVIN FRAZIER: The late Chadwick Boseman has four nominations. His "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" fellow nominee and co-star Viola Davis sang his praises.

- There was nothing about Chadwick that was anything other than a life force.

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KEVIN FRAZIER: "Ma Rainey" is up for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture against "Da 5 Bloods," "Minari," "The Trial of Chicago 7," and "One Night in Miami," which was directed by Regina King.

- They are so talented. These performances are tremendous.

KEVIN FRAZIER: Make sure you tune in to "ET" tonight for the latest on the Tiger Woods car crash, why the cause of the accident is known but it's being kept a secret. Plus, David Alan Grier is guest co-hosting. Oh, it's going to be a good time. You don't want to miss it

For "Entertainment Tonight," I'm Kevin Frazier.

LAUREN PASTRANA: For more of the day's Hollywood headlines, watch "Entertainment Tonight" at 7:30, right after "CBS 4 News at 7:00"

ELIOTT RODRIGUEZ: Oh, I want to see David Alan Grier co-hosting the show. LAUREN PASTRANA: be a lot of fun to watch. Don't miss it.

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