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Keke Palmer posted a photo of the Met Gala food and Twitter freaked out

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Keke Palmer was in attendance at the most fashionable night of the year on Monday – the Met Gala. Hosted by Anna Wintour, the editor of American Vogue – a coveted ticket to the event will set you back $30,000. With a price tag like that, you'd expect the food to be top notch, right? Well Keke gave us a glimpse at what was on offer.

Knowing that Keke was at the event, one fan tweeted her to say: "Give us all the teaaaa! What’s on the menu?"

To which Keke, who starred in Nickelodeon's True Jackson VP, replied with a photo of her 'meal' and wrote: "This why they don’t show y’all the food I’m just playinnnn."

Along with the picture she added, "The menu Chile."

From what could be seen in the photo, the 28-year-old's meal at the Met Gala comprised of tomatoes, corn, cucumbers, lettuce and mushrooms – and Twitter was not impressed in the slightest.

"It’s giving bougie hospital food," one Twitter user penned.

Another of Keke's followers replied: "Ohhh Chile they must have been cooking on a budget."

Here's some more gold Twitter reactions:

But, maybe the food isn't so bad.

Vogue reported that celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson challenged 10 New York chefs to create a plant-based menu for the event that would fit the theme of 'In America: A Lexicon of Fashion'.

It has been reported that guests at the gala enjoyed a selection of canapés before sitting down for a lavish meal. The first course was a salad made with farm-to-table ingredients. The main dish was creamy barley with corn, pickled turnips and roasted maitake, and the final dish of the night was an apple mousse and apple confit with a calvados glaze.

Pretty fancy, huh? But is it worth the $30,000 ticket? Hmmm...

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