An insider told RadarOnline.com that the board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art has told the Vogue editrix to find a new home for her annual fundraising gala because of the disrespect and damage caused by her A-list celebrity guests.
With Hollywood royalty like Rihanna, Katy Perry, Gigi and Bella Hadid and Kim Kardashian on hand for the most fashionable night of the year, the 2017 Met Gala turned into a nightmare that the stuffy museum does not want to repeat.
“Drinks were spilled everywhere,” a source told RadarOnline.com.
“And guests smoking could have set of the sprinkler system and caused millions of dollars in damages!”
The horror continued with the classless celebs and their low-brow behavior.
“This is a museum with some of the works finest art and these guests were acting like they were at the Playboy Mansion!” the insider sniffed.
After photos of the debauchery went wide on social media, “The board has had enough and want the ball banned."
Meant to raise funds for the institution, the ball seemed like it would always have a home at the museum, but now it might have to find a different hotspot to play host.
“Anna and her team are working ‘round the clock to solve the issues with the board and are promising a much smaller event next year, with more security and Vogue staff positioned in every bathroom," said the insider.
And in a crushing blow to the cancer-stick addicted booze hounds, “Cigarettes will be banned from the event and the bars will only provide clear liquor and only in assigned areas.”
But the museum insiders are skeptical, the source said.
“The celebrities were like animals!" claimed the insider. "All they cared about was having a good time and partying. They were too busy trying looking at each other and themselves instead of looking at the art. Not one requested a private tour. Some didn't even know it was a museum. They thought it was an event space with old stuff brought in to make it look like Egypt!”
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