Leonardo DiCaprio won his first SAG Award Saturday (Jan. 30), but all anyone was abuzz about was his gleeful, warm embrace with "Titanic" co-star Kate Winslet, who was nominated for "Steve Jobs."
Fans went absolutely nuts on Twitter:
In his speech for "The Revenant" win, DiCaprio had a message for young actors out there.
"For any young actors out there, I encourage you to watch the history of cinema because as the history of cinema unfolds you realize we all stand on the shoulders of giants," says DiCaprio. "I want to thank all those actors from the past that have inspired me and all those actors that are in this room. This means so much to me."
He also thanked his parents, Irmelin and George, for letting him go on auditions every day after school when he was 13 years old.
This is DiCaprio's first win in nine nominations. He was previously up for SAG Awards, both individual and ensemble, for "Marvin's Room," "Titanic," "The Aviator," "The Departed," "Blood Diamond" and "J. Edgar."