Beyoncé at the Costume Institute Benefit Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on May 2, 2016
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Monday night’s fashion prom, otherwise known as the Met Gala (or the Costume Institute Benefit Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, officially), brought out the stars in their best (and worst) costume attire. This year’s theme was “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology,” which basically meant, “Let’s wrap ourselves in shiny clothes reminiscent of aluminum foil.” 

Of course, with every Met Gala, there are those who got the theme and those who were oblivious to it. 

Idris Elba was the co-chair of this year’s gala, and, uhmm … excuse me while I go and lick my computer screen.

This is the face Zoe Saldana makes after reading the 100th bad review of Nina while wearing a peacock.

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Here’s will.i.am dressed as malware.

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Once again, Jennifer Hudson is proving that you don’t need an American Idol win to be a winner. Flawless.

Look up the word “dapper” in the dictionary, and you’ll find Nas’ picture.

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Actress Aja Naomi King keeps it simple and elegant.

Ciara definitely got the memo and looks amazing in blue-silver hair and an elegant gown.

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Willow and Jaden Smith woke up and said they are “Manus x Machina” every day.

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Here’s Kerry Washington and her tiny “bump.”

Misty Copeland is the epitome of class in her satin gown.

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Nicki Minaj needs a do-over.

In today’s “Her Black Still Isn’t Cracking” fashion, slay, Miss Naomi Campbell.

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Beyoncé is taking this Lemonade album seriously, and this tweet perfectly sums up her outfit.

https://twitter.com/ryancoffey1/status/727292021145260032

Solange did not beat up anyone in an elevator, but she looks fan-tastic.

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Supermodel Jourdan Dunn is definitely following the gala’s theme.

Kanye West, in blue contacts, and his wife look like discount cyborgs from Radio Shack.

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Zendaya, seriously, she can do no wrong when it comes to fashion.

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Zoë Kravitz, the daughter of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz, gets it from both of her parents.

Amandla Stenberg goes the pantsuit route, and it’s definitely fitting for the young actress.

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Lupita Nyong’o’s perfectly crafted hair and dress are perfection.

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Sophie Okonedo is looking naturally regal.

LaLa and Carmelo Anthony always know how to make an entrance. I just want to know what tape she used for that dress.

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The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira doesn’t need a sword or zombies to look every bit of the theme.

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And here’s Wiz Khalifa, keeping it classy as usual.