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When the committee chairs for the 2019 Met Gala announced the theme was “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” nobody could’ve expected that Katy Perry would come as a literal cheeseburger. But that’s exactly what she did.
After walking the red carpet in a bright chandelier dress, the singer changed into a plastic cheeseburger ensemble designed by Moschino. On the menu were all the fixings: tomatoes, lettuce, cheddar cheese and pickles. Even her bedazzled shoes matched the outfit! Punnily enough, the item that truly brought the look together was the toothpick hat. It’s unclear why she went for the diner-inspired look, but it definitely fit the camp theme.
She also wore a lettuce dress, which looks how it sounds.
Not many people could pull off the look, but the “California Gurls” singer did it with a shimmering smile on her face.
Her first look, which was also designed by Moschino, drew plenty of attention with it’s literal light and the exquisite head piece that rested on her blonde bob.
Twitter particularly loved the ensemble because of it’s similarities to the Beauty and the Beast character Lumiere.
Katy wasn’t the only star to above and beyond with her camp look. Check out the gallery above to see who else pulled out all the stops for this year’s ball.
Don’t miss E! News Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. for a full recap of fashion’s biggest night!
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