It turns out a lot of people expected Ashton Kutcher to pop out and tell us we were all being "Punk'd" on Inauguration Day.
Instead, President Donald Trump was sworn in and became a very scary reality.
Part of that scary reality includes Trump signing an executive order banning people from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
It didn't take long for the show to turn political on Sunday, January 29. Kutcher addressed the issue in his opening monologue.
He opened up the SAG Awards by saying,
Who wants to take wagers on how soon Trump tweets out some hate directed at the actor?
Ashton Kutcher is married to Mila Kunis, who came to America on a refugee visa from the Ukraine, and he is outraged by Trump's unconstitutional ban.
He tweeted a few hours before hosting the SAG Awards.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who took home the award for Outstanding Female Actor in a Comedy Series, and mocked Donald Trump, echoed Kutcher's sentiments on Trump's ban.
Louis-Dreyfus, herself, is a daughter of an immigrant. Her father fled Nazi-occupied France.
Even before the ceremony began, actors made their views heard on the red carpet, including "The Big Bang Theory's" Simon Helberg and his wife, actress and director Jocelyn Towne.
"Scandal's" Kerry Washington posted on Instagram a photo of a safety pin, which has come to show solidarity with refugees and immigrants following the "Brexit" vote.
These are just the latest celebrities and Americans speaking out against Donald Trump.