Kylie Jenner's fejka-adorned snapback will haunt us for years to come.
It's Met Gala Monday (Tuesday technically, but that doesn't have the same ring to it), and as usual, the actual looks from the event pale in comparison to the photoshopped masterpieces popping up on Twitter.
The general consensus is that the Gilded Age theme, for the most part, went right over the heads of many of those in attendance, so we're taking this opportunity to round up the best Twitter suggestions for celebs who should have been invited, in the hopes that they'll get the nod next year.
To be fair, the Hollywood elite would have been brought to their knees by Sarah McCool showing up in one of her iconic looks. We should at this stage point out though, fellow Derry Girls star Nicola Coughlan obviously looked incredible.
— Tara Gráinne Ní Chonghaile (@TaraGrace_) May 2, 2022
Nadine Coyle's Passport
She's a gemini, in case you couldn't tell.
— 𝑆𝐼𝐴𝑁 𝑇𝐻𝑌𝑀𝐸𝑆 🥂 (@SianThymes) May 2, 2022
This look along with Hayley's infamous red anorak would have put everyone else in attendance to shame.
Spencer and Miss Hoolie
The only way we'll ever really be able to find out what exactly was the story in Ballamory.
Spencer and Miss Hoolie have arrived at the Met Gala. pic.twitter.com/Ae0J7wOhK4
— andrew (@floellaumbagabe) May 2, 2022
Gilded up to the nines with the contents of brown envelopes from 2006.
— Not the RTÉ News (@notthertenews) May 3, 2022
The ghost of Christmas past will never forget Scroogey being snubbed.
And here’s Ebenezer Scrooge arriving at the Met Gala. This year’s theme is “sleepytime”. He understood the assignment pic.twitter.com/T4pvo502Sg
— pixelatedboat aka “mr tweets” (@pixelatedboat) May 2, 2022
We are legally obliged to include this meme in the list.
— ᴋᴏᴛ (@kotchow) May 2, 2022
Who else do you think would have wowed on the Met Gala carpet?
Header image via Twitter/sianthymes/taragrace