The Grammy Awards weren't the only awards handed out last night -- and while the biggest names in music celebrated in L.A., the movie stars got some trophies of their own across the pond.

"The King's Speech" was the big winner at last night's British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards (The Baftas) -- where the movie nabbed seven trophies including Best Picture, Actor Colin Firth, Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush, Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter and Original Screenplay writer David Seidler.

Natalie Portman won Best Actress, but her pregnancy prevented her from flying to London for the ceremony. This means both First and Portman go into the Oscars with trophies from Bafta and the Screen Actors Guild.

The event was celeb packed, with appearances by Emma Watson, Andrew Garfield, Amy Adams, Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Jessica Alba, Hailee Steinfeld, Neve Campbell and more -- check out all the red carpet and after-party pics!

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