Met Gala's Catholic-inspired outfits as 'blasphemous'

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Their garments are on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of the Costume Institute's spring exhibition, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination".

Unfortunately, the priest didn't upload a picture, but he did include some other snaps from the Met Gala, which he attended with other clergy members, including His Eminence Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of NY. After wowing on the red carpet, the pop star was forced to turn sideways to squeeze the six-foot stunners through the gala entryway.

In the column, Morgan, who started by saying future Met Gala editions will have Jewish and Islamic themes, added that "just by suggesting it, I'm sure I will be subjecting myself to immediate anger from many Muslims and Jews".

For this year it is being feared as it is going to be most controversial Met Gala with Catholic theme interpreted by actors and other attendee. "Christianity, it would seem, is fair game for a mocking fashion parade", Morgan continued. "Bey. Kim made this look cheap I'd have never know that was Versace on Kim", one Instagram user said. All I ask in return is for my beliefs not to be rudely disrespected.

"Meanwhile, rapper 2 Chainz "was snuggled up with" Kesha Ward", whom he'd proposed to (again) on the Met Gala red carpet earlier in the night, while Idris Elba hung out with his fiancée Sabrina Dhowre.

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To which my response is: "what the hell was the Vatican thinking?"

Although her dress may have been (relatively) understated and her beauty look fairly subdued, Kardashian proved she might have been the biggest diva of them all, confirming she enlisted Katy Perry to hand-carry her fake nails from Los Angeles to NY in time for the Gala.

"They chose Catholicism, and Christianity, because they calculated that we wouldn't mind as much".

So, Morgan took aim at Rihanna, who came dressed as the pope. "It has been beautifully curated, and I was particularly impressed that the "Catholic parts" of the museum's descriptions are as accurate as the 'fashion parts.' I.e., the correct terminology, with accurate identifications of habits, cassocks, copes, etc", he tweeted. Can we hear an amen?

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