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Peek Inside Vogue’s Celebrity-Only Met Gala Photo Booth

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Every good party has a photo booth; Vogue's is just far fancier than anything you've ever seen before. For the "Manus x Machina" Met Ball, the magazine hired one of its favorite directors, Gordon Von Steiner, to shoot a series of short, well-lit, dynamic, FUTURISTIC, and playful Instagram videos. The clips allowed each insanely famous guest to showcase a little personality (or, in some cases, a lot of personality). Even though nobody asked us to, we gave them awards. Find the cream of the very hot crop below.

Most surreal: The Olsens

Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen in the #ManusxMachina Experience. Directed by @gvsgvs. #MetGala

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Most likely to use as an actual music video: Grimes

@actuallygrimes grooves in @louisvuitton inside the #ManusxMachina Experience. Directed by @gvsgvs. #MetGala

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Stunting-est: Kimye

Most on her mark: Anna Wintour

Most robotic: Kendall Jenner

Most overwhelmingly beautiful: Balmain's foot soldiers

Manus x Machina for @voguemagazine @instagram #balmainarmy directed by @gvsgvs

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Danciest: Alicia Vikander

Wait no, this is the danciest: Madonna

Most like a hair commercial: Elle Fanning

Most hotboxed: Wiz Khalifa

@mistercap in @ragandbone steps into the #ManusxMachina Experience. Directed by @gvsgvs. #MetGala

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