Frank Ocean arrives at the 2021 Met Gala with a green robot baby in a onesie


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Who skipped the Met Gala?

Beyoncé Skipped the Met Gala to Vacation on a Mega Yacht. But she posted several glamorous looks to make up for her absence. HarpersBAZAAR.comBeyoncé Skipped the Met Gala to Vacation on a Mega Yacht

What is peg the patriarchy?

The term “pegging” refers to a sexual act during which a woman performs anal sex on a male with a strap-on sex toy. Offering somewhat of an explanation, she added: “You know, it's a bit like, 'stick it to the man', if anyone wants to look up the word.” Delevingne divides fans with ‘Peg the patriarchy’ vest at 2021 Met Gala

Is Lil Nas x going to the Met Gala?

Lil Nas X attends The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City. ... According to Vogue and exhibit organizers, part one will "celebrate The Costume Institute's 75th anniversary and explore a modern vocabulary of American fashion." PEOPLE.comLil Nas X Strips Down His Outfit to 3 'Sexy' Statement-Making Looks at 2021 Met Gala

Amanda Gorman, 23, wears Statue of Liberty-inspired Met Gala look

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The American poet, who gained near-instant fame after reading an original poem at the inauguration of President Joe Biden, looked like "poetry in motion" according to some viewers who noticed the words inscribed on her book-shaped clutch. "Give Us Your Tired" it read, as a nod to the poem that appears on the Statue of Liberty.

Amanda Gorman is poetry in motion right now. How fitting #MetGala

— Jake Weiss (@jakemweiss) September 13, 2021

Gorman, who is a co-chair of this year's event, told Vogue livestream host Keke Palmer that she decided to "repurpose" the very words that are written on the statue. "I wanted the energy and the spirit of my outfit to be about America welcoming the world," Gorman said. "My duty as a poet which is to try to use words to heal, to question, to interrogate." 

While she uses her words to do just that, Gorman also explained the important role that fashion plays in her mission of speaking "truth to power."

Amanda Gorman and her clutch are stunning as she is a co-chair at tonight's #MetGala

— SinnamonSCouture (@SinnamonCouture) September 13, 2021

"Showing up creatively and powerfully and being fierce and unapologetic about what I wear," she stated as her goal when putting together her ensemble.

Gorman's Met Gala appearance follows the news that the 23-year-old will be working with beauty brand Estée Lauder under a three-year contract which includes the creation of Writing Change — a set of grants worth three million dollars that will help to promote literacy among girls and women.

In the meantime, the poet hopes that her debut on the Met's stairs will send a message of its own.

"This a night where we can come together as a country and celebrate what makes us so beautiful," she said.

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