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And it’s the end of the day, so you KNOW we gotta tell you who BOMBED the MET Gala.

Honestly, this was a hard season. Much like punk back in 2014, the theme (which was Manus X Machina) can be interpreted weirdly and get super gaudy, super fast.  And I’m not even including the boring dresses (I’m looking at YOU, Jessica Chastain) that were pretty but off-theme. The challenge is simple- wear something awesome, elegant but also feels technological in some way. It’s not hard. I’m not asking anyone to knock it out of the park like these ladies did. But these ensembles? Come ON.

Taylor Swift tops our list of duds with her reptile-print, side-cutout Louis Vuitton halter and lace-up black heels. UGH. I’ve already talked about this, so I won’t dwell. What I will say is, GIRL: You HOSTED THIS THING. Her style has been all over the place since she went platinum, so who friggin’ knows what’s going on with her.

So let’s move on to gal pal Selena Gomez, who looks like she’s going to a sock hop more than a super-exclusive Met Gala event. I mean, I know she’s wearing a leather bustier, I guess, but come ON. A PONYTAIL? This is the biggest fashion even of the year.

And then there’s Lady Gaga and Kristen Stewart, who look like MESSES. Kristen is in Chanel, and Gaga is in Versace, you’d think that their stylists would have prepped them a bit better. But both look like they’re doing bad drag on a red carpet. And finally- I loved Kim Kardashian‘s look, but for some reason she decided it was a couple’s costume with Kanye West– who looked tacky as hell in his weird blue contacts and studded white jacket. What is this, the VMAS back in 2003? PLEASE.

Who do you think was the worst dressed of the evening? WEIGH IN BELOW!

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