The Met Gala, an annual fundraising event for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, has come to an abrupt end. The event, which is known for its glamorous red carpet arrivals, was supposed to be streamed live on Vogue’s website, but the livestream abruptly ended after attempts by the hosts to keep the show going, despite a clearly empty red carpet.

The event, which is usually attended by some of the biggest names in the fashion and entertainment industries, was cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s Met Gala was originally scheduled for May 4th, but was postponed indefinitely due to the virus.

The livestream was supposed to be a way for fans to still get a glimpse of the Met Gala, even if they couldn’t attend in person. The show was hosted by Vogue’s editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, and featured interviews with fashion designers, celebrities, and other guests. However, the livestream ended abruptly after it became clear that there were no guests on the red carpet.

The abrupt ending of the livestream has left many fans disappointed, as they were looking forward to seeing the Met Gala, even if it was from the comfort of their own homes. It is unclear when the event will be rescheduled, but it is unlikely that it will take place this year.

The Met Gala is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year, and its cancellation is a major disappointment for fashion and entertainment fans alike. It remains to be seen when the event will be rescheduled, but for now, the Met Gala has ended abruptly.

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