She didn’t stop talking about how hungry she was on the red carpet, and unfortunately actress Keke Palmer wasn’t impressed with the spread at the Met Gala.
A co-host of Vogue’s red carpet live stream posted a photo of catering on her Instagram, “This is why they don’t show all the food … I’m just playing.”
Her plate also contained a small portion of vegetables such as tomatoes, corn and cucumbers, as well as grains.
Many social media users have compared the spread at Met Gala to the infamous Fyre Festival.
“They feed everyone like Fyre Festival,” tweeted one.
Another user pointed out that when Tiffany Haddish brought fried chicken in a ziplock bag to the Met Gala red carpet in 2019, he was probably “on something.”
Some even compared it to “hamster food” and prison leftovers.
Staying on this year’s theme, “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” the menu was designed by 10 up-and-coming New York-based chefs interpreting local American cuisine.
The whole menu was sustainable and there was one viral reaction from singer Teyana Taylor. She joked that after hearing that all food was plant-based, she needed to “look back” so she could leave.
Event invitations can be provided by Anna Wintour, but can also be purchased.
According to The Sun, individual tickets can get you back $ 30,000, but if you buy the entire table, race car driver Lewis Hamilton will cost you $ 275,000 this year.
Tickets are usually paid by fashion brands that invite celebrities and models as guests.
Met Gala 20121: A plant-based menu likened to the infamous Fyre Festival food
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