We're happy to see we're not the only ones outraged by all this!
Ch-ch-check out all the celebrity reactions to Harambe the Gorilla's killing (below)!!!
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Aside from the chafing (which was completely handled, btw) — we're thinking the 34-year-old beauty was totally the most popular girl at the ball!
And that may have have something to do with the donuts!
The Inside Amy Schumer comedian was seen stealing a tray of donuts from a waiter and carrying the treats around the party. Did we mention her adorable BF Ben Hanisch was there too??
Ride with us on the journey of Amy's Met Gala experience (below)!
Always have a balanced meal before a night of drinking:
This is anything but a trainwreck!
Amy Schumer was the It Girl of 2015, and it looks like she's ready to make this year her b*tch as well.
Her blood orange dress featured edgy hardware that served as both accents and as a make-shift corset, and we're really feeling the gold chain straps.
On the other hand, we're not loving how closely her heels matched her purse, but we'll let it slide since she looked so gosh darn elegant!
Keep doin' what you're doin', Amy!!!
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These two had the same idea!
And it was a good one!
Tay rocked an Alexandre Vauthier halter gown with plunging neckline and very high slit, while J.Law also went the flesh-baring route with an Alexander Wang two-piece number featuring a bandeau top, which looked dangerously close to falling off.
So much skin, though! We're here for it!
The duo obviously knew that blondes look FANTASTIC in black!
Are you appreciating this semi-nudity, Perezcious readers???
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Besides Travis Scott, however, she's definitely the most recognizable name!
The designer released a short clip featuring all the faces in his #WangSquad, and it's certainly an interesting lineup.
Watch the clip (below):
Now that is one gorgeous face!
The actress and musician looks serene and lovely in neutral-toned outfits, and also gives us some insight into her personality.
"My parents didn't become who they are because anything was handed to them, and they didn't raise a child who expected something to be handed to her, either. My mom would have killed me if I'd assumed any kind of privilege. At first I was really adamant about making sure people knew that I was working hard. Things were definitely handed to me a little bit easier, but people were also judging me twice as hard."
Now that she's gotten older, she's more okay with being compared to them: