Celebrities Share Met Gala Looks After This Year’s Show Is Cancelled
The coronavirus lockdown might have canceled the glamourous Hollywood event, but this does not mean the fun will also end with it. Although Met Gala has been canceled for safety reasons, celebrities recreated their looks in its honor. The star-studded event is where the likes of Lady Gaga, Billy Porter, Katy Perry, and Blake Lively would stun the crowd and media with their jaw-dropping, exotic, and sensational outfits. However, all was not lost as celebrities got together to create a #MetGalaChallenge on social media to drop photos related to the annual event.
Celebrities Talking About Their Met Gala Looks
A pregnant Katy Perry revealed her looks she would have tried had Met Gala 2020 would have gone through. She even captioned her post, “what would have been…” Have a look at this:
Lala Anthony also posted her Met Gala looks. Lala took a walk down the memory lane to reveal one of her previous outfits for the annual show:
Mindy Kaling, on the other hand, had something unique in mind for this year’s Met Gala. She wrote that one of her favorite Met Gala looks inspired her to create something for this year. Alessandro Michele would approve, she hoped as she recreated a Jared Leto look:
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Recreating one of my favorite Met Gala looks ever with the help of a tarp, some Christmas lights and packing tape. I think Alessandro Michele would approve. Your turn, post your look with #MetGalaChallenge by 5/3 and @voguemagazine will choose select looks to feature on social.
Julia Roberts perhaps stole the show with her Met Gala look. She posted a stunning dress on Instagram to grab all the limelight away from everyone. Her caption: “Here’s me… not going to the Met Ball tonight.”
Even Priyanka Chopra was hoping to be a full part of the event this year. Her Met Gala looks were based on the Pretty Pretty Princess theme.
The Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour hosted an official live stream called A Moment with the Met. It was there when she announced the postponement of the glamour event.
“This is a time of grief and of hardship for millions, and the postponement of a party is nothing in comparison. And yet, one thing that we have learned through this difficult time is that we need each other, that community is essential to who we are. If we are to come out of this pandemic stronger and more resilient, we must emerge from it connected as never before.”
Remember this showstopper?