From Rihanna to Barry Keoghan: Here Are All the A-Listers Invited to the Met Gala: Report

The first Monday in May is just three weeks away, and we’re learning a bit more about what this year’s Met Gala has in store.

The so-called Oscars of fashion will reportedly have some pretty big names in attendance, according to The New York Post. The guest list includes long-time attendees such as Rihanna and Gisele Bündchen, along with faces new to the Met Gala carpet, likeLily Gladstone from Killers of the Flower Moon and Ayo Edebiri from The Bear.

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Alongside those celebs, it’s likely we’ll see Kendall Jenner hit up the event, although it’s unclear whether the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan will make an appearance, The New York Post noted. Irish actor Barry Keoghan is also expected to make his Met Gala return, after he scored an invite for the first time last year. Other A-listers slated to show up at the Metropolitan Museum of Art include Olivia Rodrigo, Uma Thurman, Cara Delevingne, and Sarah Paulson.

This year’s gala theme will be Garden of Time, a relatively broad topic that will give attendees leeway to interpret the theme as they wish. (Last year’s event, which honored Karl Lagerfeld, saw guests wearing everything from vintage Chanel to catsuits in an homage to the late designer’s pet Choupette.) As always, there’s also a slate of celeb co-chairs: Zendaya, Bad Bunny, Chris Hemsworth, and Jennifer Lopez hold those spots this year. J.Lo, the publication reported, is likely to be wearing Ralph Lauren.

The Met Gala’s attendance list is always something of a spectacle, with tickets selling for $50,000 per person and Anna Wintour needing to approve everyone who shows up. But if you pony up and make the cut, you’re in for a treat: The evening brings together the who’s who of fashion, film, TV, music, and more. And we love to see both the beautiful and the bonkers looks that everyone puts together, with jaw-dropping watches, jewelry, and more on display. The fashion alone gives the museum a run for its money.

The gala also marks the launch of the Costume Institute’s spring exhibit, Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion, which opens to the public on May 10. Bets are on for who shows up in the most princess-like outfit of the evening.

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