Met Gala Features Dome Of Attractive Teens Battling To The Death
Celebs · May 7, 2019 ·

NEW YORK, NY - 2019's Met Gala at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art - the biggest event in fashion featuring the hottest and the richest celebrities in the Nation - introduced a new event this year called "the Hunger Games." A giant dome prison was erected in Times Square with one attractive male and female from each state locked inside. The children were provided with various blades, axes, swords, and bows and arrows, all custom-designed by high-end designers such as Ralph Lauren and Versace.

Famous faces such as the Kardashians, Cardi B, Jared Leto, and Lady Gaga could be seen laughing and cheering as the teens gathered the provided weaponry and began the entertaining bloodbath. 

"There really is no other event in the arts like this one," said Lady Gaga from the red carpet as the body count quickly rose. Rachel Smith, the winner of the first annual hunger games won a pair of golden high-heel shoes signed by a number of glamorous celebrities, though she died of internal bleeding later that evening.

While some felt the games were a bit extravagant, most agree it was for a good cause. The Met Gala is an annual fundraising gala for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institue in New York City. 



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