View Photo Gallery: The 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

Mary Tyler Moore was honored with a lifetime achievement award at the SAGs Sunday evening, where the 75-year-old actress showed she can still turn the world on with her smile, as can Dick Van Dyke, who presented her with the award.

Moore told the audience she added her middle name, Tyler, after the Screen Actors Guild told her there were already six Mary Moores: “I was Mary Tyler Moore. I spoke it out loud. Mary Tyler Moore. It sounded right so I wrote it down on the form, and it looked right. It was right. SAG was happy, my father was happy, and tonight, after having the privilege of working in this business among the most creative and talented people imaginable, I too am happy, after all.” (AP via WaPo)

Ian Abercrombie, the actor best known for playing Mr. Pitt, Elaine’s boss who just wanted a decent pair of socks, on “Seinfed,” died last Thursday. (LA Times)

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” will not be released in India following director David Fincher’s refusal to cut three sex scenes, one rape scene and one torture scene. (THR)

Etta James was laid to rest Saturday at a memorial service that included performances by Christina Aguilera and Stevie Wonder. (AP via WaPo)

While Aguilera did a decent job singing “At Last,” some people want to focus on the fake tanner streaming down her leg. (Daily Mail)

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Katrina Bowden, who plays Cerie on “30 Rock,” announced her engagement on the SAG Awards red carpet. I wonder if Liz Lemon will be a bridesmaid again. (People)

“The Artist” director Michel Hazanavicius won the Directors Guild of America’s feature-film honor. (AP via WaPo)

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