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Rita Ora and Katy Perry Wear 'Not Becky' Pins Post Met Gala, Prove They Play for Team Beyoncé

May/03/2016 at 10:10 AM ET

Attention Beyhive! It’s time to whip out your mile-long list of every potential Becky, because your collection of Lemonade suspects to stalk on Instagram is about to get a whole lot shorter.

Last night, at one of the many Met Gala 2016 afterparties, celebs went out of their way to do us all a major solid and self-identify as not one of the “side chicks” Beyoncé scorned in Lemonade. Guests in attendance exited the party wearing pins that definitively labeled them as “Not Becky,” simultaneously squashing a whole lot of gossip in the process. And one of the most famously accused Beckys, i.e. Rita Ora, made it crystal clear she’s Team Bey, proudly wearing her pin on the after party circuit.

Beyonce Lemonade Not Becky Rita ORa Met Gala 2016 Balmain After Party PapJuice/INFphoto

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Kanye West Goes on Delighted Twitter Rant About Met Gala 'Best Dressed' Honor: 'It's the Grammys of Style!'

May/03/2016 at 09:32 AM ET

A happy Kanye West Twitter rant? We never thought we’d see the day.

The rapper was so elated to read he and wife Kim Kardashian West were among the Met Gala‘s Best Dressed Couple according to Vogue, that he couldn’t help but publicly share the news.

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How Many Fashion Robots Showed Up to the Met Gala Wearing Anna Wintour's Bob? Let's Investigate

May/03/2016 at 08:04 AM ET

It wasn’t too long ago that Taylor Swift showed up to the Grammy Awards with a new Anna Wintour-inspired bob — and at this year’s technology-themed Met Gala, she wasn’t the only one paying homage to the host of the night. Swift, Kylie Jenner, and Michelle Williams all hit the red carpet wearing hairstyles oh-so-similar to Wintour’s.

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All the Details on Amy Schumer's Met Gala Glam, Straight From Her Makeup Artist

May/03/2016 at 02:11 AM ET

Amy Schumer celebrated her very first Met Gala in style! From her glam to her gown, the actress stunned on the red carpet — and we have the details on her show-stopping beauty look.

Amy Schumer Met GalaCourtesy Laura Mercier

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Karlie Kloss Gets Her Met Gala Afterparty Dress Cut on Her Body — See Her 3 Different Brandon Maxwell Looks of the Night

May/03/2016 at 02:09 AM ET

Karlie Kloss performed a stylish hat trick at the Met Gala. And it was overall stunning.

The 23-year-old supermodel slayed the fashion prom’s red carpet in three Brandon Maxwell creations. Yes, Lady Gaga‘s BFF and this year’s CFDA Swarovski Award for Womenswear nominee created all three of Kloss’ custom looks for one night.


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Kloss kicked off the event by wearing a white gown that covered her shoulders and cinched at her waist. But wait! Turns out her first look was more of a chic coat because moments later Kloss appeared on the red carpet wearing a totally sexier silhouette.

Still in the same color white, her second look featured a choker neckline combined with plunging cutouts along the sides and cleavage area. Her slicked back updo was a perfect neutral hairstyle for her triple transformations.

Following the star-studded soiree that included performances by the Weeknd, it was time for the afterparty. Kloss documented the post-Met Gala fun on Snapchat, explaining to fans that a stain on her fitted column skirt resulted in Maxwell taking a pair of scissors and cutting it into a mini dress!

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Soooo… instead of changing into a #MetGala Afterparty dress, @BrandonMaxwell cut my gown into mini,” the NYU student captioned a video posted on Instagram. “We’re drinking and we’re cutting,” Maxwell said in the clip with Kloss responding, “This is a bad idea.”


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While Maxwell is the mastermind behind the three designs, credit goes to Kloss’ stylist Karla Welch for organizing this collaboration. “Brandon’s interesting because he cuts on the body,” Welch explained to Vanity Fair about her client’s dress. “Karlie went in, and he put it on the body, and he literally just took the scissors to it,” she continued, also adding that the group actually planned out their concepts via Skype and Facetime, very fittingly to this year’s Met Gala theme: fashion in an age of technology.

Welch also successfully styled Lorde (in Valentino), Olivia Wilde (in Michael Kors) and Michelle Monaghan (in Rosie Assoulin) for the evening.

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Go Behind the Scenes As Maria Sharapova Gets Ready for the Met Gala!

May/03/2016 at 01:54 AM ET
Maria Sharapova loves to dress up – and she takes PEOPLE behind the scenes of her preparation for the Met Gala to prove it.

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A team of stylists helped her perfect her look, although the work started long before Monday night’s event. When choosing her dress, she chose a red satin slip dress by Colombian designer Juan Carlos Obando. (She considered wearing the same dress in black, but ultimately that the red popped more.)She accented the outfit with some of the designer’s bold gold jewelry. She finished the look with a pair of Gianvito Rossi heels.

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Theme? What Theme?! Saoirse Ronan's Envy-Inducing Pontyail was '1960's-Inspired' Says Hairstylist Ted Gibson

May/03/2016 at 01:43 AM ET

On a night where stars were literally lighting up the Met Gala red carpet, we weren’t expecting a ton of real-girl beauty inspo, but Saoirse Ronan gave us major ponytail envy with her textured (or should we say “tech-tured”) look for the Manus x Machina themed night. However, it turns out the style wasn’t entirely tech-inspired. See below for hair pro Ted Gibson’s surprising inspiration — and an exclusive breakdown of the look.

Saoirse Ronan at the met costume gala 2016David Fisher/REX/Shutterstock

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