Katy Perry Started The Met Gala As Lumière, Ended As A Burger

May 7, 2019 / Posted by:

Katy Perry pulled a Lady Gaga outfit change at the Met Gala but she waited until after the pink carpet to do so and didn’t take up half of everyone’s night while doing so. She started the night looking like she just mugged Belle’s favorite talking candle stick for his best going-out outfit and then ended the night looking like a bedazzled Big Mac.

Katy teased her outfit on social media, posting to Twitter before she walked the carpet:

What in the Ronald McDonald-looking fuck is that shoe on the right? But we’ll get there. When she showed up to the red carpet, Katy was looking lit as Lumière in a fully-functional chandelier:

Jeremy Scott did Katy’s look for the Gala and told Vogue:

“There is a built-in corset consisting of 18 steel bones and two hidden battery packs to illuminate the lights. I mean who wants to wear a chandelier that doesn’t light up!”

And according to USA Today, Katy was telling reporters that her outfit weighed 40 pounds. I was a little disappointed that Sia didn’t knock Katy to the ground while trying to swing on that chandelieeeeeeeer!

Then Katy took things in a different direction later in the night, or I guess she went to the next step of her “meal” theme which is the food, and so she dressed up as a sparkly hamburger, which is a dangerous thing to do since most of the tricks starved themselves for weeks and could’ve swallowed her whole.

At least the attention is not on those floppy-footed trash-cans called shoes she had made. I get it’s camp but it’s also a sin. But those floppy demons must be her dancing shoes, because Katy really let loose after getting into her hamburger costume:

And here’s Katy being a mess while trying to get into that hamburger costume:

Meanwhile, Cole Sprouse decided to dress up as what happens after you eat Katy Perry’s outfit and it doesn’t sit well, and showed up in a barf-blotted, maroon-ish, vest-suit while his girlfriend, Lili Reinhart dressed up as the tablecloth:

Together it’s a full story!

Pic: Wenn.com/Twitter

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