Watch Ryan Reynolds applaud wife Blake Lively's 'Frozen' transformation on the Met Gala red carpet

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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively wowed at the Met Gala 2022. On Monday night (2 May), the pair – who are co-chairs this year’s fashion extravaganza – arrived on the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art ahead of the night’s 'In America: An Anthology of Fashion'-themed evening.

Celebrating the dress code – 'Gilded Glamour, White-Tie' – the pair stunned onlookers with their ensembles.

Lively wore an Atelier Versace pink, rose gold-hued dress with a gigantic bow at the waist, which assistants stepped in to 'unwrap' on the red carpet, transforming the dress from pink to aqua blue before fans’ eyes. She later described to E! News that she looked to New York's architecture for the dress' design, taking notes from Grand Central Station (dress), the Empire State Building (ribbon draping) and the Statue of Liberty (crown).

Meanwhile, Reynolds donned a velvet black tuxedo with white detailing, accessorised with an Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch.

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Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images

Minutes after walking the red carpet with his wife and mother of this three children, Inez, James and Betty, Reynolds was captured on camera applauding his wife as her dress 'changed' colours in an Elsa from Frozen fashion.

Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images

Reynolds and Lively will join actors Regina King and Lin-Manuel Miranda as co-chairs of the event, while Tom Ford, Anna Wintour and Instagram’s Adam Mosseri serve as honorary co-chairs.

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Photo credit: Theo Wargo - Getty Images

The museum has also partnered with pioneering directors for this year's proceedings including Regina King, Sofia Coppola, Martin Scorsese and 2021 Oscar winner Chloé Zhao to create 'cinematic vignettes' for the exhibition.

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