2018 Met Gala fashion: Hallelujah or what the hell?

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NEW YORK, NY -- As in year's past, the 2018 Met Gala was full of the glitz, the glam, and the fashion!

This year's wardrobe theme ran on the more, um, religious side?

One reporter asked Ariana Grande if she was the Sistene Chapel. The singer responded, "I'm the back wall of the Sistene Chapel. I'm the last judgement. Technically I came along 20 plus years later, but I am where Christ decides who goes to heaven and who goes to hell."

It seemed like every celebrity was dressed in their Sunday best! Complete with crowns, head dresses, and everything in between, which the interwebs was not on board with.

https://twitter.com/imperfectangeis/status/993630780776701952

The one thing everyone could agree on was New England Patriot Quarterback Tom Brady's outfit choice. People said he looked more like a bullfighter, a Bond villain, he belonged in a mariachi band, the memes are endless!

https://twitter.com/denverfog/status/993681937028956161

One guy even said the five time Superbowl champ looked "like a missing prince from Wakanda."

Aside from Brady's apparent fashion faux paux, the question still remains: do these fashion choices make you say hallelujah, or what the hell?

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