Celebrity Rihanna’s Statue With Baby Bump At The Met Gala

On Monday, there was a lot of weirdness, adventurism, beauty and elegance at the Met Gala 2022. This event has been described as the event to be seen at; to make a mark. Celebrities dress up and create a splash across media, as they walk up the red carpet. One such celebrity, Rihanna was unable to attend the event physically, but she and her baby bump made an appearance due to a digital rendering of her.

In May, Rihanna had appeared on the cover of Vogue. She looked glamorous in a red lace bodysuit and gloves. The outfit was designed by Alaia. The singer-businesswoman added red pumps and Chopard earrings as accessories to coordinate her suit. This look was reimagined in marble at the Met.

The outlet posted a video that featured a digital rendering of her cover shot as a marble statue. It was made by ApeManRobot, an animation studio and was placed beside the marble statues that grace the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Rihanna referred to the “Gilded Glamour” theme of Met Gala 2022 as she captioned a video on social media: “Shut down the met in marble! what’s more gilded than that? Lol! Thank you @metmuseum and @voguemagazine for this tribute. She also added, “Y’all bad for this one!” Her video and post got almost 2.5 million likes, as of now.

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Rihanna has been a favorite celebrity on the Met red carpet. She has been a fashion icon through the years. She also made pregnancy and a baby bump fashionable by making the whole condition appear not only natural but also fashionable.


She has sported colorful, fashionable outfits with glittering accessories throughout her pregnancy. Perhaps both the Met and Vogue didn’t not want her to miss out on one of the biggest fashions events in the nation. So, they included her in the “Gilded Glamour” theme as a marble likeness of her with her baby bump at the Met.

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