You can always count on the internet to find the most hilarious ways to drag the Met Gala, its A-list attendees and their most eccentric, outlandish and straight up weird ‘fits. Nobody was safe this year. Not even Rihanna.

Following her epic 2015 Met Gala dress that went on to spawn a slew of savage memes, the notorious bad-gal was expected to bring out her most meme-able look to date for 2017. Needless to say, she didn't disappoint. She wasn't the most meme-d of the night though. That gong goes to Pharrell's wife Helen Lasichanh, who sacrificed her arms all in the name of COMME des GARÇONS.

We've rounded up some of the very best memes, tweets, and jokes from Instagram and Twitter so you can appreciate the internet's wounding and utterly venomous "memecraft."

Diddy Living for the Drama

Rihanna Reigns Supreme

Screaming.

That's a very accurate analysis of the Met Gala, to be fair.

Honestly, where is the lie? This year's Met Gala theme might have been COMME des GARÇONS, but hardly any of your faves took full advantage of such an expressive and fantasy-filled theme. Thankfully, we still have Rihanna and she single-handedly shut down the Met Gala. Rihanna's COMME des GARÇONS look, "presh" off the Fall 2016 runway, was an architectural wonder.

The Met Gala: DIY Edition

Bella Hadid Is A “Hot Mesh”

The Internet Has Come for Pharrell’s Wife Helen

Utter Savagery at Its Finest

When Bonnie Kills the Wrong Perry

Lil Yachty, Do Not Pass GO. Do Not Collect $200.

A Very Conscious Coupling

Ice Cold Pepsi for Kendall

Jaden Smith's Very Disturbing Accessory

Bye Rita Ora

Remy Ma, You In Danger Gurl /headline]

Why Did Katy Perry Dress Up as a Nosebleed?

Take a look at the very best and worst outfits from the Met Gala 2017.

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