Pregnant Katy Perry shares risque maternity corset featuring cone bra she had planned to wear to canceled Met Gala – The Sun

A PREGNANT Katy Perry shared what would have been her outfit for this year's MET Gala before it got canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The singer would have worn a risque maternity corset designed by Jean Paul Gaultier.

One of the biggest fashion events of the year, the MET Gala, would have been yesterday had the coronavirus pandemic not shut down people's every day.

Some celebrities shared either their favorite looks from past years or what they would have worn for this year had the event gone on.

The 35-year-old – who is expecting her first child with fiance, Orlando Bloom – shared a picture of a maternity dummy wearing a stunning pink corset.

Along with the picture, she wrote: "What would have been… #TheMetBall2020"

The Met Gala 2020 theme was “About Time: Fashion and Duration", and was partly inspired by Virginia Woolf and the theories of the French philosopher Henri Bergson.

The curator in charge of the Costume Institute of the Met – Andrew Bolton – spoke about the theme to The New York Times: “Fashion is indelibly connected to time.

"It not only reflects and represents the spirit of the times, but it also changes and develops with the times."

Katy's corset would have hit the theme right on the dot.

The mom-to-be has always stunned with her MET Gala looks, taking big fashion risks and nailing the themes.

In 2016, Katy was almost unrecognizable in a form-fitting black Versace dress for the Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology theme.

For 2017, she looked almost ethereal in an all-red outfit for the Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between with a custom gown by Maison Margiela and a veil designed by John Galliano.

She topped that look in 2018 as she dressed like an angel for the Heavenly Bodies theme complete with six-feet wings, while in 2019, she dressed as a chandelier and a burger for the Camp MET Gala.

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