Jared Leto's ponytail for the win!
Well, technically, it was the 42-year-old stud who took home the SAG award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, although we couldn't help but notice the actor's magnificent head of hair as he took the stage.
The Hollywood hunk, who also took home the Golden Globe for his performance in the Jean-Marc Vallée-directed AIDS drama, appeared genuinely surpised when he accepted his accolade, before graciously thanking his costars, family and fellow actors.
"Thank you so much to this wonderful tribe of dreams, AFTRA, I'm so honored by you today," he said.
"I would like to dedicate this very special honor to all the people that have lost their lives to this dreadful disease, to the people who are out there living with HIV/AIDs," the handsome thesp continued.
He then went on to gush over his fellow actors, including the late James Gandolfini.
"To my fellow and far more talented nominees, I'm so honored to share this adventure with you, especially with the late and great James Gandolfini," he said. "And last but not least, to my mother who is here, the hottest date in town, I just want to say thank you for giving me such a shining examples of the possibilities of life and showing me the power of dreams. I love you."
And he capped off his speech by thanking costar Matthew McConaughey, while nailing the former Sexiest Man Alive's signature accent.
"Matthew, all right all right all right, baby!"