Megan Mullally Bought Her SAG Award Dress Online After Designers Weren’t Interested In Sending Her Dresses

Megan Mullally may be the host of the 2019 SAG Awards on Sunday, but she admitted that designers weren’t very interested in sending her dresses for her big night.

In fact, she told Access on the SAG Awards red carpet on Sunday that she ended up buying her Alexander McQueen dress online after she couldn’t get one.

“The major designers are not interested in sending me dresses,” Megan said. “People were like, no, no thanks. I think it’s interesting for people to know that.”

McQueen did offer her a couple gowns before she selected the one she found online, she admitted, but she said most designers didn’t give her any special treatment despite the fact that she guaranteed on-camera moments!

Megan Mullally arrives at the 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
Megan Mullally arrives at the 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

“I’m not bitter about it at all,” she shared. “Hearing you’re not the right age, you’re not the right size….”

Megan said she’s actually glad that she doesn’t have to deal with any designers being rude and enjoyed selecting her own ensemble. She bought her own jewelry, wore her own shoes and purse and said she felt fabulous in her self-selected McQueen gown.

And she said she knew she wasn’t alone when it comes to not all stars getting the glam treatment on the red carpet. After Access mentioned that Bebe Rexha had a tough time getting a designer to dress her for the Grammys because she wasn’t the right size, Megan had a pretty perfect response.

“I think that’s shitty!”

Well, leave it to Megan to always be able to nail it on the head with some of the pitfalls of Hollywood fashion.

PHOTOS: See All The 2019 SAG Award Red Carpet Arrivals

SAG Awards 2019: The Best Of The Red Carpet

SAG Awards 2019: The Best Of The Red Carpet

View Gallery

Copyright © 2020 by NBC Universal, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

This material may not be republished, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Read More