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Beyonce Knowles steals show at Met Gala

Beyoncé Knowles showed off her stunning post-pregnancy figure in a risqué gown at last night's Met Gala.

The stunning singer donned a show-stopping Givenchy Haute Couture dress which was adorned with sequins and a long feathered train. The see-through gown boasted a nude bodysuit which the beauty wore underneath to protect her modesty - although the dress left very little to the imagination.

Beyoncé - who gave birth to her daughter Blue Ivy at the beginning of the year - kept her make-up and hair simple, so she didn't detract from the head-turning gown. The songstress slicked her tresses back into a low ponytail and wore nude lips and natural eye make-up.

Heidi Klum donned a blue lace Escada dress, which boasted a thigh-high split and showed off her gorgeous pins to perfection.

Sarah Jessica Parker covered up in a floral Valentino maxi dress with long sleeves, while Kristen Stewart opted for a strapless snakeskin and colour-block Balenciaga dress.

Gwyneth Paltrow went for a lilac halter neck minidress which boasted a backless design. The Hollywood star's famously lean physique was firmly on show in the sexy dress and she teamed the ensemble with delicate peep-show heels and a simple metallic clutch.

Meanwhile, songstress Rihanna stunned in a curve-hugging crocodile appliqué gown. The 24-year-old star wowed in the sexy Tom Ford number, while keeping her make-up and jewellery choices to a minimum.

Emily Blunt and Emma Stone thrilled in bright ensembles - with Emily opting for a hot pink cut-out Calvin Klein gown. Emma chose a pretty Lanvin minidress, which was adorned with flowers.

Orange was also a popular hue at the prestigious New York fashion event. Kirsten Dunst opted for a Rodarte suit jacket and maxi skirt in the colour, while sultry actress Eva Mendes chose a strapless Prada number.

Ginnifer Goodwin chose a stunning Monique Lhuillier dress to walk the red carpet in, which boasted a thigh-high split.

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