MET Gala 2016: How The Olsen Twins Charmed Everyone Without Cracking A Smile
While everyone else could be thinking about the biggest names in Hollywood as the ones who would reign supreme in the MET Gala event, the twin sisters of Elizabeth Olsen reportedly owned the red carpet.Advertisement
According to E! News, Mary-Kate and Ashley emerged as the big winners in the highly-talked about event due to a number of reasons.
The entertainment outlet emphasized that the event, reportedly filled with “try-hards,” was the “perfect stage” for the older siblings of the 27-year-old “Avengers: Age of Ultron” actress, despite the fact that they are “uninterested in the spotlight.”
When it comes to fashion and the gowns they sashayed on the ball, the two are said to have upstaged the “bubblier vixens of Hollywood.”
Clad in one-piece caftan ensemble, Elizabeth Olsen’s sisters were said to have “mesmerized the entire city” by just standing there without even cracking a smile while in the middle of the most important people in fashion, art and film inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
And while inside the “Manus x Machina” themed booth set-up by “Vogue” magazine, the twosome reportedly displayed the same aura – the same serious look on their faces. However, E! News pointed out that “it was the most fabulous nothing we’ve ever seen.”
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Olsen and her “Captain America: Civil War: co-star, Chris Evans, finally addressed the dating rumors being thrown at them, People reported.
“Well we’ve been dating for, like, secretly for the last three years,” the actress told the award-winning host of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” “We’re actually engaged.”
In response, the 34-year-old actor, trying to make the joke appear more interesting, said, “I remember that.”
“I remember sending you a text saying, ‘Hey guess what, apparently we’re dating,'” he added.
Catch Elizabeth Olsen and Chris Evans on May 6 in theaters as they star in “Captain America: Civil War.”
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