Zendaya Takes Extra To The Ultimate Level As She Turns Into A LIT Cinderella At The Met Gala 2019 Red Carpet
Zendaya at the Met Gala 2019 red carpet (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Netizens just want Zendaya to be invited to the Met Gala henceforth. The Spider-Man: Far From Home actress is such a fashionista every time she struts the red carpet of Met Gala that it is not surprising anymore to see her make it work. The actress and her stylist hit the red carpet of Met Gala this year in a gorgeously lit gown that looked every bit enchanting!

In a custom Tommy Hilfiger Cinderella gown that lights up in the fanciest way, Zendaya looked adorable! She walked the red carpet with her stylist Law Roach, who dressed up as her fairy godmother. A few waves of Roach's wand does the trick as wisps of smoke flew out of Zendaya's gown and lit it up like a Christmas tree!

 

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A glowing @zendaya Cinderella floats up the red carpet. (But she lost a glass slipper along the way!) #MetCamp #MetGala #Zendaya

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Interestingly, her cute bag is also shaped as a glittery carriage to complete the touch of the Disney princess at midnight! The ensemble surely matches with the theme of this year's Met Gala, "Camp: Notes on Fashion". The coolest bit about her whole act has been the way she left one of her glass slippers along the way! You can check out the awesomeness below.

 

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Underneath the magic. Thank you to all the very very smart people who somehow built and made this dress work💙

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For the past few years since Zendaya started attending the Met Gala, she has had the best ensembles to showcase. Her entrances have always been legendary! For those who don't remember, last year she strutted the red carpet in a Joan of Arc-inspired metallic custom Versace gown with short bob hair. Plus, perhaps the fact that Zendaya recently signed up with Tommy and even released a Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya line, it makes sense that she represented the said designer.