Keke Palmer is Vogue Magazine’s “Met Gala MVP” for Diana Ross Inspired Look
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The 2021 Met Gala may have taken place almost a week ago, but we can’t help but think of the best dressed âMVPsâ of the night! Among our favorites was Keke Palmer, who absolutely killed her Diana Ross inspired look for the “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” theme party. And we’re not the only ones still pale at the glamor of 28 as Vogue Magazine unofficially named the actress MVP of the night in a post on their Instagram page.
âIf the 2021 #MetGala had an MVP, it was @keke,â the caption said. “His inspiration for the night was none other than the legendary @dianaross which translated into a timeless and classic look from @sergiohudson’s Spring 2022 collection.”
Diana Ross is known for her long hair, larger-than-life demeanor, and glamorous, sparkly dresses that are the epitome of fashion trends of the 1960s and 1970s, so when you think of American fashion, no one else comes to mind. . âI love Diane. Her name is ‘The Boss’ and my name is ‘Big Boss’, so I thought okay, [she] would be a great person to lean on, âKeke explained to Vogue of his Spring 2022 look by Sergio Hudson. âIt was important to me that for my first Met Gala I was wearing something eye-catching, but also something timeless, so looking back 20 years from now I can say, ‘This could be worn. today and still be just as fabulous. ‘â
But not only did the Emmy-winning actress look absolutely stunning as she walked the Met Gala red carpet, she also entertained those of us at home by hosting by Vogue Met Gala live, interviewing celebrities as they stepped onto the mat and giving us more viral moments with her energetic and hilarious personality. Like that moment between her and Saweetie, as the two beauties gave us real dark magic, looking at each other and chatting about real girls.
âI’m excited, and I just know it’s gonna be fun because I’m really such an excitable and curious person,â Palmer continued. Vogue about the night. âI can’t imagine how people will express their ideas [about] âIn America: a fashion lexicon. “
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