After an awards show is aired on television, there is much talk the next day about what happened and what didn't happen. The SAG Awards aired on Sunday, January 21, and the talk show hosts did not disappoint on Monday. The 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards was broadcast live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and was hosted by first-time host Kristen Bell as actors, actresses, writers, and producers were honored for their accomplishments in television and film.

Surely, the audience and television viewers witnessed who won and who didn't win, but the hosts on the major daytime talk shows pointed out several things that the average viewer probably missed.

The ladies on "The Talk" hosted by Julie Chen, Eve, Sharon Osbourne, Sarah Gilbert and Sheryl Underwood discussed two interesting incidents from the SAG Awards.

Nicole Kidman's flu

Nicole Kidman admitted during her acceptance speech that she had the flu. Besides that, she had worked until 1 a.m. the night before. The "Big Little Lies" actress won playing Celeste Wright, an abused housewife seeking an end to her marriage in the HBO limited series. The 50-year-old actress probably made the decision to attend because she wanted to be there to receive her first SAG award for Best Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series. She was emotional and said she has been acting since she was 14 years old and had never received a SAG Award after ten nominations.

The actress is the recipient of several other awards, including an Academy Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, a BAFTA Award, four Golden Globe Awards, and the Silver Bear for Best Actress. She really wanted a SAG Award to add to her collection, and now she has one.

Kidman was criticized by some for attending the affair while battling the flu.

The hosts on "The Talk" concluded that Kidman probably took the necessary precautions even though she was out in public. That might not have been the case because she was seen hugging her co-stars Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern very tightly after her name was called as the winner. Witherspoon and Dern were also nominees.

Morgan Freeman called someone out for talking during his speech

Longtime actor Morgan Freeman received the Lifetime Achievement Award. He is loved and respected by fellow actors. That is probably while he was disturbed when someone on the front row was talking during his acceptance speech. Therefore, he stopped his speech and called out the person.

The 80-year-old veteran actor did not name the person during his speech, but backstage in the press room he said it was Lily Tomlin. However, he didn't seem to be upset about it.