The Stars Shine At The Met Fashion Gala
INSIDE EDITION caught up with the biggest names in fashion, film, music, TV and sports at the red carpet of one of New York City's biggest events.
Beyoncé, Rihanna, Sofia Vergara - outrageous star power on the red carpet at the Met Gala in New York City.
This years event kicked off the exhibition of designs by Prada and Schiaparelli.
It was the night of nights as stars from fashion, politics, film, and sports came together to celebrate one of fashion's biggest nights.
As the last star to arrive, Beyoncé stole the show, wearing a sheer Givenchy couture gown with a feather train. Her post-baby body a knockout.
Rihanna looked stunning in a black backless Tom Ford gown and she showed us her latest accessory - long, fake, black nails.
Brooke Shields had to navigate the red carpet on a cane. She suffered a nasty fall during her run in The Addams Family on Broadway.
Carey Mulligan, who co-hosted the event, wore a mirror-ball gown and we caught a brief glimpse of her wedding ring. She was looking forward to a good time.
Gwyneth Paltrow wore one of the most revealing dresses of the night.
Cameron Diaz was in sequins, hamming it up with designer Stella McCartney who designed her outfit.
Chelsea Clinton was a fashion knockout in a red strapless gown.
Gisele Bundchen led the model brigade in a body hugging gown with her quarterback husband Tom Brady. Brady raised eyebrows with his faux-hawk.
The editor of Vogue, Anna Wintour, who puts the party together, was also in Prada.
Wintour told INSIDE EDITION, "It is a celebration of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, fashion and the industry."
Donald Trump had sweet words for his wife Melania. "I think she looks great," he told INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander.
The Today Show's Matt Lauer ran up the stairs, but stopped long enough to give his thoughts on Oprah's struggling new cable network.
Lauer said, "She is a smart lady, she will figure it out."
The red carpet stairs were frightening to Jimmy Fallon.
Fallon said, "I had to carry my wife up 15 of these stairs. People are falling down."
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