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Met Gala 2018: The outrageousness has us going Hallelujah

Did anyone say Catholic imagination? Because that's what they heard

Ujjainee Roy @UjjaineeRoy 8 May 2018, 2:42 PM

Emilia Clarke: Khaleesi is in the house. We repeat, Khaleesi is in the house Image: AP

Zendaya is a punk Joan of Arc, because of course she is Image: AP

Have you met Blake Lively, who had to take a bus to the Met, because her dress was just too damn much? Image: AP

Kim Kardashian and her smokey eyes say Hello Image: AP

Cardi B is winning. Period Image: AP

Oh, nothing to see here. Just Black Panther in holy garb Image: AP

MET co-chair Amal Clooney and her husband George. Now, where have we seen him before? Image: AP

Kylie Jenner and her baby daddy Travis Scott will not leave the PDA out of church, thank you very much Image: AP

Ruby Rose is pure punk goodness Image: AP

Madonna and Nicki Minaj — we have nothing else to add to this Image: AP

Consider this our application to the official Darren Criss fandom Image: AP

Oh, hey Rihanna. Or should we say your holiness? Image: AP

Katy Perry showed up in her regular errand clothes, and they work just fine Image: AP

Priyanka Chopra will hear your confession now Image: AP

We spotted Black Widow and her comedian boyfriend Colin Jost Image: AP

Hey, Deepika Padukone, did you miss out on the memo? Image: AP

The Met Gala 2018 red carpet is collectively making us go, "Holy mother of Hollywood!"

The brightest names came together for the annual fundraising fete in New York — Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, and this year's theme was — Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.

One lesson of the night: If anyone can make a mitre (the ceremonial headgear of the Pope) modern, it's Rihanna. The Grammy-winning artiste — never one to shy away from a grand entrance — arrived dripping in pearls and crystals in a Maison Margiela by John Galliano mini dress, ornate robe and beaded papal headgear.

Along with Rihanna, other standouts included Zendaya, a fierce Versace warrior punk princess in armour-like layers and chainmail fabric, inspired by Joan of Arc, Blake Lively who had to take a bus to the Met, and Madonna. Obviously.

"Religion and spirituality has informed my work for my entire career, and fashion also, and combining the two is the perfect marriage. And then we bring in Jean Paul and it's the perfect three-way!" says Madonna, who obviously showed up in Gaultier.

This year's co-chairs also included Vogue's Anna Wintour, Amal Clooney and Donatella Versace. Clooney arrived early in a striking silver corseted top, navy slacks and a cascading metallic, rose-patterned skirt. The ensemble, from designer Richard Quinn, gave a crinkling sound as she made her way up the Met's famous steps.

Accompanying her was her somewhat famous husband George Clooney, who clearly knew his place. "I'm the flower on the side," he joked to reporters. We 're not arguing with you there.

(Inputs from AP)

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