Aside from those who weren't invited this year, the 2018 edition of the gala had a bunch of A-listers included Rihanna, Madonna, Janelle Monae, Donatella Versace, Trevor Noah, Chadwick Boseman, SZA, Cardi B, Stephen Colbert and many more!
The Costume Institute Gala (also known as the Met Ball) is an annual fundraising gala for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York City.
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Jennifer Lopez chose a Balmain dress, split to the hip, with a large cross across the breast and a black feathered train.
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Not that these stars seemed to care.at all. "The theme to me is be yourself", Waithe said to Complex magazine. Clooney, one of the evening's co-chairs, arrived early in a striking silver corseted top, matched with black slacks and a cascading metallic, rose-patterned skirt.
Cardi B showed off her baby bump in a pearl-drenched gown and headdress by Jeremy Scott while Blake Lively urged photographers to "calm down" in a stately, burgundy embroidered gown by Versace.
Piers argued Islam is always off limits for the left yet "it's absolutely fine to have a "Catholic" theme, as we saw at last night's Met Gala".
"She told me that she has never had to balance like that in her life and that as she was on her way up the stairs at the entrance, if someone would have touched her, she would have tipped right over", Drummond said.
Crosses were also ubiquitous, worn around necks, hands or belts by the likes of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, actress Uma Thurman and actress Lily Collins.