Ronan received critical acclaim for playing a homesick Irish girl in 1950s NY in the drama Brooklyn (2015), for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress.
Moments later, a visibly overwhelmed Gerwig found herself on the same stage accepting the Best Motion Picture, Comedy award alongside the celebrated cast.
Her accolades include two Academy Award nominations, and three nominations each for the British Academy Film Awards and the Golden Globe Awards.
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The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) said it welcomed Friday's recommendations from the Environmental Audit Committee. They recommend he Government sets a target that all single use coffee cups should be recycled by 2023 .
Saoirse Ronan picked up the best actress gong for her role in the coming-of-age story, Ladybird.
"I just want to say how inspirational it's been to be in this room", she continued on a night when the stars took a stand against harassment in the entertainment industry.
After pointing out her mother was watching on FaceTime from Ireland, Ronan "all of the women who I love so much in my own life who support me every single day".
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The 24-year-old has not featured for Everton this season due to injury, but has returned to training with the first team. Conte urged caution over expectations for Barkley. "He's very young and I think he has a lot of space for improvement".
Speaking to British Vogue, Saoirse's stylist Elizabeth Saltzman revealed that she and the actress decided on this early on.
When they weren't holding hands and supporting each other, they were expressing their absolute delight confirming that Justin Timberlake, who Gerwig wrote to to get permission to use one of his songs in the film, has seen "Lady Bird" and approved of the song's use.
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Frank Beamer selected for College Football Hall of Fame
Beamer led Virginia Tech for almost three decades, winning 280 games in his coaching career, which ranks sixth in FBS history. Taylor was a key member of the Huskers' dominate run under Tom Osborne that ended with national titles in 1994-95 and 1997.