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Anna Wintour Critiques Met Gala 2015 Looks in Funny Interview - Watch Now!

Anna Wintour Critiques Met Gala 2015 Looks in Funny Interview - Watch Now!

Anna Wintour made an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday (May 7) and the Internet is buzzing because…Anna Wintour is funny!

The 65-year-old Vogue mogul made a ton of jokes during her interview and seemed totally at ease.

One fun example is when Seth Meyers noted that she was seated between George Clooney and Bradley Cooper this year.

“Usually I spend a lot of time walking around the tables saying hello to everybody. You may have noticed this time I did not leave my seat,” Anna joked. At another point, Anna talked about how much of a genius Kanye West is and how she loves chatting with him.

She also critiqued several 2015 Met Gala looks, including Anne Hathaway, Justin Bieber, and more. Watch the video below!


Anna Wintour Critiques Met Gala 2015 Looks

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  • Tony

    Who cares what this out of it douche thinks? Look at her…..she has zero taste….and she thinks Cumye is a genius….that should tell you something.

  • Friedrich

    She can move it to Las Vegas! The pretext of having it at the Metropolitan Museum is that it is classy and sophisticated. It hasn’t been that in years!

  • Rafael Birkin

    Love her =)

  • deusexmacina

    People who knew style, and class and opulence DOESN’T CARE ABOUT WHAT ANNA SELL OUT WINTOUR HAS TO SAY OR THINK ANYMORE. She degraded high society in favor of tasteless and vulgar celebrity, The recent Met Gala is a testament on how low the fashion world has gone. Maybe I’m an elitist but I still prefer my Jackie O, Babe Paley, Audrey Hepburn, Barbara Hutton mystiques their elusive and grand personas and unbelievably poised, style and grooming. Are the what dreams are made off.