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Did Addison Rae attend the Met gala?

Addison Rae 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. ... Rae, 20, made sure to go all-out for her Met Gala debut. people.comTikTok Star Addison Rae Rocks New Blonde Hair at Her First Met Gala

What did Addison Rae wear to the Met Gala?

There was some debate about where her red, drop-dead dress was from, but it's confirmed it's a vintage 2003 Ford for Gucci. Gotham MagazineAddison Rae at the 2021 Met Gala: See the Photo

Did Dixie go to the Met Gala?

Though she wasn't with little sister Charli D'Amelio — who at 17 is too young to attend — Dixie D'Amelio made her Met Gala debut on Monday night, wearing a black minidress and an exciting hat. TeenVogue.comAddison Rae, NikkieTutorials & All the Influencers Who Attended Met Gala 2021

What is the Met gala theme 2021?

This year's Gala theme is “American Independence” which gave attendees a wide berth of ideas to play with from founding fathers in powdered wigs and star-spangled gowns, to Lady Liberty cosplay and, of course, all things red, white, and blue. Vanity FairThe 2021 Met Gala's American Theme Winners: Who Did It Best?

Pete Davidson Serves 'Sexy Nun' as He Makes His Met Gala Debut in a Dress

PEOPLE 13 September, 2021 - 07:59pm

The Saturday Night Live comedian, 27, arrived to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute Gala for the first time in a statement-making look on Monday evening.

He chose a black tunic dress by Thom Browne, layered between a white dress shirt and a white blazer trimmed in black, which he accessorized with custom Silhouette sunglasses. Davidson told Vogue he was going for a "sexy nun" look, which was accessorized with black leather oxford boots and round black sunglasses.

The ensemble was on par with the "American independence" dress code of the night. This year's two-part exhibit kicks off with In America: A Lexicon of Fashion (debuting on Sept. 18) which examines the evolution of American fashion, and celebrates the role of American labels in championing sustainability, diversity and inclusion.

While this marks his first Met moment, Davidson does have some experience in the fashion world. In 2019, he walked the runway at the Alexander Wang show, modeling a plain white tank, which showed off his tattoos, two-tone jeans, a backwards baseball hat, a logo belt and sneakers.

Although Davidson didn't pose for photos with his date on Monday, he arrived with West Side Story actress Rachel Zegler, 20, having recently parted ways with Phoebe Dynevor, 26, after five months together. They made their first public appearance as a couple in early July, when they attended Wimbledon in London together.

Since the split, he's been busy working on his upcoming movie, Meet Cute, starring Kaley Cuoco, which wrapped filming at the end of August.

After the 2020 Met Gala was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic and this year's event (which usually takes place on the first Monday in May) was delayed to September, event organizers announced last month that a vaccination mandate and mask requirement will be in effect for all attending this year's benefit, in compliance with N.Y.C. indoor gathering regulations.

Daniil Medvedev reveals the key to beating Novak Djokovic, winning US Open

Vanity Fair 13 September, 2021 - 10:58am

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Daniil Medvedev reacts to his first Grand Slam victory on 'America's Newsroom.'

Daniil Medvedev pulled off a shocking upset of Novak Djokovic at the U.S. Open on Sunday and won the first major title of his career.

Medvedev appeared on Fox News Channel’s "America’s Newsroom" with co-anchors Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino on Monday morning.

"I think it’s all together because the thing about Novak is that we know pressure it makes him even stronger. So I knew I had to be 300% mentally, physically," the Russian tennis star told Hemmer.

"I needed to try to make him play every ball. I need to try just my best to put this pressure on him without making him stronger. And I think that’s what I managed to do because he definitely didn’t play the best match of his life. We know he’s capable to play better. There were a few moments in the match where the match could turn around. We never know what could happen. I’m happy I stayed calm and strong and managed to pull this one off."

Medvedev pulled off a bit of a revenge win as the tennis season started with Djokovic beating Medvedev in the Australian Open final.

On Sunday, Medvedev beat Djokovic in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.

The 25-year-old put together solid performances in the past major tournaments this year. He finished as the runner-up in the Australian Open and made it to the quarterfinals in the French Open and the fourth round of Wimbledon.

He came into the tournament as the No. 2 seed and defeated Felix Auger-Aliassime, Botic van de Zandschulp, Daniel Evans, Pablo Andujar Alba, Dominik Koepfer and Richard Gasquet before he played Djokovic.

Ryan Gaydos is the Sports Editor for Fox News and Fox Business. Follow Ryan Gaydos on Twitter @Gaydos_ and if you got a tip you can email Ryan at Ryan.Gaydos@fox.com

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Daniil Medvedev reveals the key to beating Novak Djokovic, winning US Open

Reuters 13 September, 2021 - 10:58am

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Daniil Medvedev reacts to his first Grand Slam victory on 'America's Newsroom.'

Daniil Medvedev pulled off a shocking upset of Novak Djokovic at the U.S. Open on Sunday and won the first major title of his career.

Medvedev appeared on Fox News Channel’s "America’s Newsroom" with co-anchors Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino on Monday morning.

"I think it’s all together because the thing about Novak is that we know pressure it makes him even stronger. So I knew I had to be 300% mentally, physically," the Russian tennis star told Hemmer.

"I needed to try to make him play every ball. I need to try just my best to put this pressure on him without making him stronger. And I think that’s what I managed to do because he definitely didn’t play the best match of his life. We know he’s capable to play better. There were a few moments in the match where the match could turn around. We never know what could happen. I’m happy I stayed calm and strong and managed to pull this one off."

Medvedev pulled off a bit of a revenge win as the tennis season started with Djokovic beating Medvedev in the Australian Open final.

On Sunday, Medvedev beat Djokovic in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.

The 25-year-old put together solid performances in the past major tournaments this year. He finished as the runner-up in the Australian Open and made it to the quarterfinals in the French Open and the fourth round of Wimbledon.

He came into the tournament as the No. 2 seed and defeated Felix Auger-Aliassime, Botic van de Zandschulp, Daniel Evans, Pablo Andujar Alba, Dominik Koepfer and Richard Gasquet before he played Djokovic.

Ryan Gaydos is the Sports Editor for Fox News and Fox Business. Follow Ryan Gaydos on Twitter @Gaydos_ and if you got a tip you can email Ryan at Ryan.Gaydos@fox.com

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