Jennifer Lopez Attended Met Gala Alone After Ben Affleck’s ‘Unhinged’ Rant

Jennifer Lopez stole the spotlight at the 2024 Met Gala with her breathtaking ensemble on Monday evening.

The 54-year-old actress flaunted her famous curves in a stunning Schiaparelli gown, which featured a figure-hugging, sheer design with a dramatic, sculpture-like bust and a daring plunging neckline. As she graced the iconic steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the floor-sweeping train of her dress, adorned in silver glitter leaves and vines, trailed behind her in a mesmerising display of elegance.

Despite her grand entrance, Lopez arrived solo at the event, with her husband Ben Affleck notably absent following his recent ‘unhinged rant’ during Tom Brady’s Netflix roast.

For fashion’s most prestigious event, Lopez opted for cream peep-toe pumps to complement her haute couture custom piece, reminiscent of Emily Ratajkowski’s iconic bejeweled naked dress. Paired with the dazzling hand-embroidered gown, featuring over 2.5 million silver-foil bugle beads, Lopez accessorised with a striking silver statement necklace, a matching diamond bracelet, and a massive ring, all from Tiffany & Co.

Her brunette tresses were styled into a chic topknot, allowing her flashy diamond earrings to take center stage. Completing her ensemble, Lopez carried a cream-colored satin clutch and opted for a flattering monochromatic brown makeup look, accentuated with dramatic full lashes, sheeny pink blush, and a glossy nude lip.

Prior to her Met Gala appearance, Lopez was spotted departing her hotel and confidently strutting through the streets of New York City, with her team elegantly holding the train of her dress as she made her way to the star-studded celebration.

As one of this year’s co-chairs, alongside Vogue’s Anna Wintour, as well as Bad Bunny, Chris Hemsworth, and Zendaya, Lopez undoubtedly left a lasting impression with her show-stopping look.

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