Billy Porter Turns Heads at Met Gala With Gold Wings, Lavish Entrance
Celebs have lined up on the Met Gala 2019 pink carpet in their most exaggerated ensembles.
The stars have come out tonight — and they're dressed to impress.
Celebs have lined up on the Met Gala 2019 pink carpet in their most exaggerated ensembles. The theme for the night is Camp: Notes on Fashion.
Billy Porter wowed with his lavish entrance, being carried by six strapping men in gold pants. He went on to reveal a body suit dripping in gold accents and shining gold wings that he proudly displayed for onlookers.
True to form, Lady Gaga sported not one but four outfits on the carpet. She stripped away outer layers to reveal new costumes. She started with a full, bright pink gown and removed it to reveal a full black gown. She then showed off a form-fitting pink dress before strutting in platform heels, fishnets and a sparkly bra top.
Harry Styles was ravishing in a black, see-through lace blouse with ruching details. He turned heads as camera shutters caught a glimpse of a dangling pearl earring on his right ear.
Celine Dion did not disappoint in a shimmering bodysuit with long fringe. She was crowned with a delicate, spiked headpiece.
Jared Leto walked the carpet carrying a frighteningly realistic replica of his own head. Mindy Kaling and Kris Jenner sported platinum do's for the gala, while Yara Shahidi and Florence Welch kept warm with feathered accessories.
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