Uh-oh! It looks like Kylie Jenner is in trouble AGAIN!
Hmm... so essentially the gorgeous gal's palette is a better deal? You don't say!
Taylor Swift has finally arrived!!
The Met Gala just got SO much more exciting with the co-chair on the red carpet, but we're actually feeling pretty surprised by this outfit choice.
The Style songstress showed up in a snake-print, silver mini Louis Vuitton featuring ruffles, sassy side cutouts, and a low back.
We figured she'd go edgy, especially with her bleached bob, but all of it paired with the gladiator sandals seems like she's doing way TOO much!
Sigh. Are U feeling it??
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Oh look, it's Wonder Woman!!!
We seriously expect her to take flight or at least reel someone in with her lasso!
The Ex Machina star could've really delivered considering the Manus X Machina theme of this year's party, but instead we got this way over-the-top Louis Vuitton number featuring a red leather bustier top and asymmetrical skirt embellished with gold pailettes.
There was even a black satin flutter layer over the skirt!
So much going on, and unfortunately we really don't like it.
And her shoes basically look like fancy hiking boots.
WE DON'T GET IT!
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So it's no surprise that the editor-in-chief of Vogue brought her A-game to the star-studded event. LOVES it!
Miz Wintour simply glowed in her embroidered, white Chanel dress with fringe from the Spring 2016 line — and we just have to say that this number was VERY her. In case you forgot, this year's theme for the Met Gala is Manus X Machina, so we were definitely expecting some intricate embroidery from the fashion expert… but she definitely went above and beyond with this look.
Unfortunately, Anna's daughter Bee Shaffer didn't necessarily stun on the red carpet (below). The floor length, floral patterned gown was overall just fine. Whomp, whomp!
There are plenty of villains wreaking havoc in Game Of Thrones.
But religious nuts like the High Sparrow and power-hungry sadists like Ramsay Bolton don't hold a candle to the terrifying Night's King!
The leader of the White Walkers showcased his powers in Season 5 by raising an army of wights — reanimated corpses raised from death to become White Walker minions — after obliterating a horde of Wildlings.
So, it's understandable why this villain was used by the fans of MLS team Sporting Kansas City to intimidate the eff out of the L.A. Galaxy during Sunday's game!
Ahead of the match, fans raised a tifo — a huge decoration held up by a group of fans — of the Night's King to freak out their opponents.
The scare tactics half worked, as the soccer teams tied with a final score of 1-1. So, we can only assume Galaxy fans hoisted up a huge poster of Jon Snow in retaliation!
Ch-ch-check out the creepy Night's King terrorizing the soccer game (below)!
Early Monday evening, Kate shared a preview shot of her gorgeous gown for the prestigious event. The beauty also took a moment to pose with an adorable pup, because why not!
In the lovely pic, Upton embodies Hollywood glam in a long sparkly Topshop gown with a cute gold clutch to match. The model topped off her look with a soft down do and dark eyeliner to bring out her phenomenal blue eyes.
While it's hard to tell how the dress plays into the "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" theme, we bet we'll have a better idea when we get a shot of K.U. standing up. Can't wait to see the ensemble in all of its glitzy glory!
Be sure to check back for additional info on Kate's dress and MORE fabulous looks throughout the evening!
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The Beyhive sure is buzzing!
Her sixth studio set already the No. 1 album in the country, and while many fans may think they can only listen to her new music on TIDAL, Queen B is actually killing it on Pandora as well!
According to new numbers out Monday, Lemonade has already juiced 17.6 million spins out of its listeners since it went up last Wednesday — including 165,000 new stations inspired by Bey!
More specifically, 6 Inch is currently leading the pack with 705,000 individual plays, while Sorry and Freedom are virtually tied with about 500,000 streams each.
We think it's safe to say Rachel Roy is not one of those listeners…
Have you started streaming Lemonade on Tidal or Pandora yet??
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