Generally speaking, the Met Gala is an excuse for celebrities to get together and wear the weirdest sh*t they can possibly come up with...and this year's version was no different. Co-hosted by Rihanna
and Anna Wintour and opening in tandem with a brand new exhibit titled, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination", many celebrities wore Catholic-inspired ensembles. Here's a little wrap-up of everything you might have missed last night, in case you were doing more important things, like sleeping, or listening to Rae Sremmurd
's new triple-album SR3MM
(which would probably also take you all night).
2 Chainz Re-Proposed to Kesha Ward
He had already popped the question and she had already said yes, but why pass up an excuse to show off that great big rock on your finger? The answer is: don't!
Nicki Minaj Announced A New Album Titled Queen
Her latest release since 2014's Pinkprint
is out June 15th, and the two singles she recently dropped, "Barbie Tingz" and "Chun-Li", will also be on it.
Madonna Made A Surprise Appearance And Perform Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"
Here are some snippets of the performance that were all Catholic-themed with backup singers dressed as monks. She also performed her own song, "Like a Prayer".
A Few Good Looks Were Served…
The shirt. The hair. The hair. The smoldering gaze. It's all there.
If you honestly think any pregnant woman has ever looked better than this, I will fight you.
Talking about bringing sexy back. Back from, like, 16th century Europe. The Catholic church would probably be scandalized if they knew what their clothes were being used for. But what they don't know won't hurt them.
The boys are back! With enough jewelry to sink a ship and a striking resemblance to the animated character's in that new kid's movie Coco
, but still, better than ever.
Here, Zendaya wears a literal heart of steel. Pretty much nothing could penetrate that outfit.
We'll end with SZA looking fly as hell in all pink with a gold halo because it's important to save the best for last.