- Rihanna took a moment to reflect on her iconic 2015 Met Gala dress in an interview with Access.
- According to Rih, she felt like a “clown” (yes, really) because she felt to overdressed.
Let’s do a lil flashback for a sec: The year is 2015 and it’s the first Monday in May, so you know what that means—it’s the day of the Met Gala, yay! Of course you’re waiting (on the internet, invite got lost in the mail again) with bated breath to see your fave celebs ascend the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but let’s be real…you’re only waiting for Miss Rihanna Robyn Fenty. The moment comes, Rih arrives, and the rest of the evening is a total fever dream because she shows up looking like THIS:
Remember how amazing that moment in pop culture and fashion history was? Yes? Cool-cool-cool, because I’m about to blow your freakin’ mind. Apparently, Rihanna was legit terrified to show up in her stunning Guo Pei gown because she felt overdressed.
“I remember being so scared to get out of that car because I felt like, ‘I’m doing too much.’ I was driving past the red carpet and I was just seeing gowns,” Rih told Access about the moment she pulled up to the event. “I was like, ‘Oh my god, I’m a clown, people are gonna laugh at me. This is too much.’”
Of course it’s hard to imagine Queen Rih being nervous about A-N-Y-T-H-I-N-G because she’s just so damn cool, but her nerves caused her to circle around the block three times before she had the courage to say “f*ck it” and step out on the red carpet. And thank God she did, because I (and the rest of the world’s population) would have been robbed of this much-needed cultural reset.
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Now on to more pressing questions, like…is Rih’s ninth album ever coming, or???
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