Such rebels! Social media use was banned at this year’s Met Gala, but that certainly didn’t stop some celebs from staying atop their selfie game during the event. HollywoodLife.com has a gallery of the rebellious pics snapped at the gala!
Celebs gathered at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the 2015 Costume Institute Benefit on May 2 — unfortunately for some, smart-phones were banned from the extravagant event. However, for celebs like Justin Bieber, 21, and Cara Delevigne, 22, that didn’t pose as a problem for them as they took sneaky selfies at the event. See the pics here!
Met Gala Social Media Pics: Justin Bieber, Cara Delevigne & More
Honestly, it doesn’t surprise us that the Biebs totally ignored Anna Wintour‘s rule of no smart phones at the event. He showed up to the gala looking dapper in a custom Balmain blazer, and clearly he wanted it to be photographed! Whipping out his phone, Justin took a top secret selfie with his model pal Cara, and then another selfie with Lady Gaga! He never plays by the rules, but we’re glad that he gave his fans an inside peak at the big event. You would think Justin would have been on his best behavior since his ex Selena Gomez, 22, was also at the event, but instead he reverted to his bad boy ways. Tsk, tsk.
Justin and Cara were also feeling super rebellious, because they didn’t just opt for selfies, but they also posed for a pic with Stella McCartney and Donatella Versace. They all looked so glamorous!
Madonna, 56, and Katy Perry, 30, didn’t exactly break the rules in their pic together — or maybe they did super discreetly! Someone snapped a candid pic of the ladies and posted it to Instagram. Both Madonna and Katy rocked gorgeous Moschino dresses to the event looking both edgy and glam, so we’d totally get why they’re social-media worthy.
We’re pretty surprised Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian obeyed the no-selfie policy, and we applaud them for sticking by the rules!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Which social media pic is your favorite? Are you surprised Justin broke the rules? Sound off below!
— Julianne Ishler