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10+ Wild Met Gala Looks That Celebrities Rocked

With the Met Gala canceled this year due to the coronavirus, some of us are starving for some fashion inspiration.

After all, the lucrative event has always brought out the best (and wildest) looks from our favorite celebs.

For now, let's take a stroll down red carpet's lane by looking at these 10+ wildest Met Gala looks that celebrities rocked.

Zendaya, 2018

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For the religious-themed event in 2018, the actress dressed up as Joan of Arc in armor.

She looked so fierce and strong in the custom Versace gown, which featured an armored neck-and-shoulder piece. Work that magic gown, queen!

Ariana Grande, 2018

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When the singer heard about the event's theme that year (Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination), she took it and ran with it.

Her Vera Wang gown was giving us serious Sistine Chapel vibes. She was looking STUNNING.

Rihanna, 2015

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Thanks to this dress by designer Guo Pei, Rihanna cemented her mark as Queen of Met Gala looks.

She also became the subject of so many hilarious memes, such as people comparing her dress to a huge pizza.

Cardi B, 2018

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This was the 'Bodak Yellow* rapper's first Met Gala, so of course, she had to go all out.

Being pregnant with her first child didn't even stop her from wearing a gorgeous form-fitting Moschino dress.

Where can we find this in the maternity clothes section at Walmart?

Priyanka Chopra, 2017

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Some Guinness World Record had to have been set when the actress wore this Ralph Lauren trench coat.

She looked so effortlessly cool in it while posing on the red carpet, oftentimes alongside her new husband Nick Jonas.

Rihanna, 2018

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This look is truly blessed. For the "Heavenly Bodies" theme, she topped all of her past looks by dressing up as a high fashion Pope.

Seeing her in the custom ensemble by Margiela made us want to instantly confess all our wrongdoings.

Sarah Jessica Parker, 2015

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As a style icon, the Sex and the City star has never been afraid to push the envelope.

Even her shoes look so freaking cool! I would love to be able to get away with an outfit like this every day of the week!

Jennifer Lopez, 2015

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When you've got a famous booty like JLo's, you put it into a hip-hugging dress like this.

For the exhibition "China: Through The Looking Glass," the sheer dress was made by none other than Versace, the designer who created her iconic 2000 Grammys dress.

Helen Lasichanh, 2017

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It's obvious that Pharrell wanted to make sure this all eyes were on his wife by keeping his outfit simple that year. He wore jeans, a flannel shirt, and a leather jacket.

His wife, on the other hand, donned a Comme des Garçons dress that made it impossible to move her arms.

Kim Kardashian and Kayne West, 2016

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When Kim Kardashian and hubbie Kanye West wore matching metallic silver Balmain ensembles in May 2016, it was a huge step up from their outfit fail in 2013.

In case you need a refresher, the dress Kim wore that looked more like the fabric of an old, floral-printed couch.

Serena Williams, 2011

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The tennis pro looked fit for a ball in this feathered white Oscar de la Renta ball gown.

Her toned arms looked graceful in the dress and she even pulled off that dramatic silver headpiece. Get it queen!

Miley Cyrus, 2013

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Whether you like this look or not, you have to admit that she embodies the true punk spirit with this fishnet dress by Marc Jacobs and her hair in dramatic spikes.

She's just being Miley. Weird and wonderful.

Katy Perry, 2018

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She sings like an angel and dresses like one, too!

For the "Heavenly Bodies" theme that year, Katy took a page from Victoria's Secret.

She arrived at the event in a custom Versace gown with life-size angel wings.

Lady Gaga, 2016

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Nothing Gaga does can surprise us anymore.

So when she showed up at the 2016 Met Gala in a futuristic blazer and bodysuit with the highest platform heels known to man, it was just business as per usual.

Solange, 2015

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Everyone was tripping out over this optical illusion dress by Giles for the "China Through The Looking Glass"-themed event.

Sure, she wasn't able to put her arms down the entire night, but we bet she'd tell you it was worth it.

Lana del Rey and Jared Leto, 2018

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What could be more heavenly than Lana Del Rey and Jared Leto together? Nothing, that's what.

For the "Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" theme that night, they took this very seriously with their matching Gucci looks and headpieces.

Blake Lively, 2018

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It was so hard to miss the actress in this stunning Versace gown for the "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" theme that night.

Get this: the dress took 600 hours to make!!

Katy Perry, 2016

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For the "Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" theme, the singer took a major fashion risk.

She bleached her eyebrows, dyed her hair black, and wore this graffitied Moschino gown. Thankfully, it all paid off and she looked great.

Rihanna, 2017

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When does Rihanna not slay the Met Gala red carpet?

For the "Costume Exhibit" theme that year, she won the night with this Rei Kawakubo look. Sure, it looks like our five-year-old cousin tried arts and crafts, but when RiRi wears it, she turns it into a lewk.