As much as we look forward to celebrities showing up to the Met Gala and shutting down the red carpet in garments that cost thousands and took weeks to handcraft, we also can’t wait to see the influx of memes that flood our Instagram and Twitter. Celebrities whose outfits have been turned into memes have found them as funny as the rest of us, even reposting them on their feeds. Memes have become a language of its own and never have we been more understood than by a sentence and photo combination. There’s nothing Photoshop can’t add to an otherwise high-fashion photo.
Long train? Add in a pizza. An outfit that’s a little too out there? Make a movie comparison. Check out 10 of the funniest memes inspired by Met Gala outfits over the years.
The rapper clearly needed a break from posing and climbing the steps so he laid down, whilst still showing his outfit of course.
Beyonce‘s gown made it seem like Becky was no more.
Beyonce and Kylie Jenner
the original movie vs. the straight-to-VHS sequel pic.twitter.com/acAyNHpp06
— Marc (@MarcSnetiker) May 1, 2017
Sorry Kylie, but in a game of comparison, Beyonce always wins.
— Henchwoman (@mallsta) May 1, 2017
Some couldn’t get over how Jaden was using his hair as an accessory statement.
Blake’s outfit reminded some of the hit animated movie, Rio.
Haute couture to some, pizza platter to others.
— Adriana Pratt (@adrianampratt) May 4, 2015
The actress channeled Star Wars vibes.
when I'm 115 weeks deep into his social media trying to figure out if he has a girlfriend pic.twitter.com/Yid6scOsI9
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) May 1, 2017
Priyanka paid homage to Sherlock Holmes in a trench-inspired gown.
Sarah Jessica Parker
but who wore it better pic.twitter.com/sGm2tWBSSl
— Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) May 4, 2015
The Sex and the City actress has potential as a Disney villain.
Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid
— Travon Free (@Travon) May 3, 2016
Zayn’s outfit may have been from 2016, but he was already living in the future.