Believe it or not, celebrities actually ventured out onto red carpets that had nothing at all to do with the Met Gala this week. Poor things. All that effort (relatively speaking), only to be overshadowed by Anna Wintour’s Yearly Popularity Contest. The very least we can do for these wretched souls is pay a little bit of attention to them so they won’t feel like their lives are meaningless.
Also, we should judge them.
Can’t hate. She’s about as on point as you can get for a Planned Parenthood party.
Also works for us. It’s low-key, but it’s the kind of low key that’s right in Miss Angela’s style sweet spot.
Yow. Miss Chloe has suddenly gone all booby on us. We don’t know if we ever even realized she had those things before.
In other confusing news, her dress is apparently being held up by small invisible birds or something.
Here to fulfill your Hot Secret Service Agent fantasy.
Cute dress. Bad shoes.
Love the dress, not so much on the bridesmaid-like matchiness.
Nothing appears to have changed from the last time we saw him, but this is alright.
Our first reaction: What an overdesigned frock.
Our second reaction: Girl, that’s not your dress.
Why is she wearing something several magnitudes more interesting than her Met Gala gown?
This is actually a bit too interesting for this setting, we’re thinking. It’s a lot.
We got very confused as we scrolled down. From her shoulders to her waist, she looks a bit depressed. From her waist to her knees, she looks ready to hit the dancefloor. From her ankles to her toes, she’s wearing shoe boxes.
We really hate being backed into this corner, but we have to say it: You are too old to dress like this, Sarah Silverman.
Also, there’s a weird disconnect between the Nana hairstyle and the Lolita ensemble.
Doesn’t everyone want their lace applique to give them a gigantic pelvic bone effect? So hot.
We’ll be back over the weekend with some TV reviews, but for now, we’re outta heah, kittens. Ciao!
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