Comedian James Corden coulnd't let Hollywood go without the annual Met Gala, which always falls on the first Monday in May, so he decided to play it safe with social distancing and host a ridiculously adorable "Pet Gala." He sourced Facebook for submissions from fans and the results were too cute to be true.
The theme of this year's gala was "About Time: Fashion and Duration," so pet owners were asked to craft up a costume that complied with those guidelines. Corden described all of the submissions "Paws-itively stunning." Joined by guest host and celebrity stylist Brad Goreski, the two judged countless cute furry friends all dressed up with nowhere to go.
One sweet pup Lucy wore a headpiece adorned with a clock, and another dog Brutus wore a blue tulle gown. Goreski joked it was a custom "Bark Jacobs."
However, what's the Met Gala without some memorable grand entrances? A lizard named Phillip Arthur Norrington stole the show when he arrived in a custom Jurassic limo and took the faux red carpet in a tux and a top hat. If that doesn't scream "class," I don't know what will.