Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift and 5 Other Near-Awkward Run-Ins at the Met Gala

by Jackie Willis 3:06 PM PDT, May 03, 2016
Playing Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift and 5 Other Near-Awkward Run-Ins at the Met Gala

The red carpet at the Met Gala had the potential to become quite uncomfortable for a number or celebrities.

On Monday night, some of Hollywood's biggest stars were in New York City for the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology Costume Institute Gala, and while not all the celebrities were on the best of terms, everyone was on their best behavior.

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Taylor Swift, a co-chair for the glamorous event, shared the limelight with both Kanye West and Katy Perry -- with the former one having called her a B**ch in one of his songs, and the latter whom she may have written a song about.

And she's not the only one dealing with some "Bad Blood." Here's a look at some of the potentially awkward run-ins that could have gone down at the 2016 Met Gala.

1. Kristen Stewart vs. Robert Pattinson and Liberty Ross

After finally ending their on-again, off-again relationship in 2013, Twilight co-stars Pattinson and Stewart nearly reunited on the red carpet. The actress showed up solo without her rumored girlfriend, Stephanie "SoKo" Sokolinksi, while Pattinson brought along his fiancee, FKA Twigs, to the gala. Not only that, Ross -- the woman whose now ex-husband, Rupert Sanders, Stewart cheated on Pattinson with -- was also in attendance.

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2. Katy Perry vs. Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" Brood

Perry could have faced off with any number of women on Monday night and it all centers around Swift's "Bad Blood." Rumor has it Swift wrote the song about Perry, which the "Roar" singer obviously didn't appreciate. Then, Swift's squad of famous gal pals from the "Bad Blood" music video were in attendance at the gala, including Zendaya, Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss and Selena Gomez. That's definitely a lot of people to avoid...

3. Taylor Swift vs. Kanye West

Let's face it, if West made Swift  as"famous" as he says in his song of the same name, why was she asked to co-chair the Met Gala, while he sat in the audience? While these two previously settled their differences stemming from the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when they were both at the 2015 GRAMMYs, West didn't seem too eager to make amends over his The Life of Pablo lyrics about Swift that reignited their feud at this star-studded soiree.

4. Beyonce vs. Rita Ora

This could have been the most awkward encounter of them all, but it actually turned out to be the best. After the Beyhive accused Ora of being Beyonce's "Becky with the good hair," Ora was sure to wear a "Not Becky" pin to a Met Gala after-party. She also managed to snap a selfie with Queen Bey and captioned the image with one word, "Family." As they say, "When life gives you lemons, make Bey's Lemonade."

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5. Kim Kardashian West vs. Bette Midler and Chloe Grace Moretz

Midler and Moretz were certainly quite vocal as to how they felt about the nude selfie that Kardashian posted in March, and the reality star didn't refrain from firing back some mean tweets their way too. Luckily, the Twitter feud didn't make it to the red carpet.

6. Michael Strahan vs. Andy Cohen

Kelly Ripa's BFF Cohen recently shared how he doesn't understand how Strahan could possibly leave Live! With Kelly and Michael, but regardless, the two were amicable to one another at the Met Gala. The morning after, Strahan even told Ripa on Live! that he ran into her friend -- who was escorting Sarah Jessica Parker -- at the event.

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ET spoke with Strahan at the Met Gala regarding the exit announcement and his plans to take a full-time position at Good Morning America. "I'm looking forward to [GMA], but I still look forward to going to work at Live!," he said. "I love being there. I still love it."