'The King's Speech' Reigns Supreme at the Director's Guild of America Awards

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Jan. 30 2011, Published 8:06 a.m. ET

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The stars came out last night to celebrate the 63rd Annual Director’s Guild of America Awards in Hollywood where the King’s Speech stole the show.

Tom Hooper took home the honor of the night for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for the King’s Speech, also starring Colin Firth.

Sofia Vergara attended the dinner ceremony in a stunning peep-back gown looking fabulous when Modern Family picked up a nod for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Comedy Series for Michael Spiller.

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A pregnant, glowing Natalie Portman was also on hand with director Darren Aronofsky to represent for the film Black Swan.

Julie Stiles, Claire Danes, the Fighter's Amy Adams, Kevin Spacey, the Social Network’s Andrew Grarfield, and more toasted to the director’s of the night.


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