Where were Kanye West and Bianca Censori’s Met Gala invites? – The REAL Reasons the Duo Weren’t There

Kim Kardashian was the talk of the town at the Met Gala 2024 in NYC on Monday, wearing a tiny corset dress from Maison Margiela Artisanal by John Galliano. 

Having walked the red carpet with her ex-husband Kanye West, 46, in previous years, it may seem odd that the rapper hasn’t attended since their split, albeit with his lookalike fashion muse Bianca Censori, 29. 

But Kanye hasn’t been invited since 2022 when Met Gala director Anna Wintour vowed never to work with him again after his anti-Semitic rants.

And even before that, he was a habitual Met Gal skipper – his last appearance was in 2019.

So instead, he and Bianca spent their Monday over 2,000 miles away continuing their move out of their LA mansion.

Kim and Kanye’s last Met Gala appearance was in 2019 when she stunned in a gold wet look and Kanye wore a $42 black jacket. 

Met Gala 2022 was canceled due to Covid and, in 2021, Kim filed for divorce from Kanye, citing irreconcilable differences.

However, she still took a bit of him with her to that year’s Met Gala, completely concealing her body – including her face – in a black skin-tight suit designed by Balenciaga, Ye’s frequent collaborator.

Kim’s first Met Gala appearance came in 2013 when she was heavily pregnant with her first child North and invited only as Kanye’s plus one.

The couple attended again in 2014, just days before their luxurious Italian wedding, with Kim wearing a stunning midnight blue dress.

In 2015, Kim wore a stunning semi-sheer Roberto Cavalli white dress with a long and feathery white train, and Kanye wore an all-black suit.

Kim and Kanye’s penultimate Met Gala in 2016 saw them match in metallic silver, with Kanye wearing a particularly eye-catching bedazzled jacket. 

In 2017, Kim went solo and in a very simple off-the-shoulder Vivienne Westwood white dress.

She stunned in a gold skin-tight Christian Dior dress adorned with crosses for her 2018 look.

Kim’s Monday Met Gala appearance comes after she was mercilessly booed by the crowd as she took part in the Tom Brady roast on Sunday.

The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady, which was part of the Netflix Is a Joke Fest, was streamed live. 

Netflix touted it as the first-ever roast to be telecast live, unedited, and it was held at L.A.‘s Kia Forum in Inglewood. 

While the Los Angeles native was not on the dais as a roaster, she was brought up for a special toast to the NFL quarterback legend, 46. – DailyMail

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