Lady Gaga's Met Gala dress better than season 8 of Game of Thrones
- Last night’s Met Gala saw the world’s celebrities descend on the New York Metropolitan Museum
- The theme was ‘camp’ or ‘outrageous fashion’
- The stars didn’t disappoint, with Lady Gaga wearing custom-made 4-in-1 outfit and Harry Styles wearing a silk blouse
- Dare we say it, Gaga's outfit changes were better than the entire current season of Game of Thrones (especially episode 4)
Everyone in the fashion world knows just how important the first Monday of May is - and given the Met Gala's line-up of hosts, the night didn't disappoint (unlike the final season of Game of Thrones).
There was one entrance, however, that completely stole the show and made its way to the most iconic look at the MET Gala EVER. Yes, we're talking about Lady Gaga's four-part wardrobe change entrance that took all of 15 minutes.
Let's be real: it was way more interesting than the much-talked about much anticipated Game of Thrones season 8 episode 4 the night before, which jumped between characters and left us with a lot of unfinished plotlines.
Don't agree with us? Well, here's why. She had everything going for her: dramatic entrance, suspense, showstopping outfits, which she then upped with a slow striptease change of her next three looks for the night. She first made her entrance with and over the top, decadent fuchsia pink cape gown designed by Brandon Maxwell that had a 25 foot train and came with her own troupe of men in black tuxedos.
I mean this is the same woman who's given us the iconic 'meat' dress. She then with the help of Maxwell and her assistants stepped out of her pink, billowy dress into a sleek black dress.
But anyone who thought she was done, well, she definitely wasn't going to stop just there. She then slipped into her pink figure-hugging column dress that came with an oversized 90's mobile phone and finally, into her underwear and sparkly tights that came with her own personal drinks cart.
That 15 minutes alone was better than the last four epiesode of the final season which jumped between characters and left us with a lot of unfinished plotlines, and extremely lazy writing.
Take the fourth episode, after a devastating battle against the dead, the army of the living is left severely exhausted and their forces are depleted, so why is Sansa the only one who is the voice of reason among Daenerys' wise and seasoned advisors? I mean, common sense would dictate that the army rest and recuperate and then to go battle in King's landing. Right?
Secondly as far as we know, the Arya-Gendry hook up was a spur of the moment "we might die let's make the most of life" decision, so why is he proposing marriage to Arya? This is like someone saying "I love you" after just the first date.
And the most annoying thing of all is the whole Brienne and Jamie Lannister story arc, as Esquire.com so brilliantly put it, "We've seen them build a respectful friendship over the course of this series. In a lot of ways, the relationship they had was more powerful than a romantic one. Yet, suddenly, here we are in Winterfell and they're just going for it. It's just so strange in its execution, so poorly written, that it ruins what could have been a nice moment."
Also, can we please take a second to talk about abrupt storylines? How is Sam Tarly still alive, after crying in a corner for the duration of the Long Night episode? And his and Gilly's happily ever after is just a token "atleast someone has a happy ending" finish which is just plain weird. And when Jon finally tells his s̶i̶s̶t̶e̶r̶s̶ aunts the truth about his parentage why does it suddenly fade to a black screen. This is the best kept secret in the history of Westeros.
At this point we're just watching the show to finish the journey that we've been on for the last eight years. The Met Gala, on the other hand, is something we’ll keep looking forward to every year.