Cara Delevingne has proven that red carpet looks don't always go to plan.
The model shared a funny clip on Instagram, showing her on the way to last year’s Met Gala, suffering a major wardrobe malfunction.
Delevingne, who wore a striking rainbow Dior look to the event, had to act fast to repair her broken matching scepter.
Armed with an emergency glue gun (thanks to a kind stranger) in the back of the taxi, she managed to fix it just in time.
“It all looks great once we get to the carpet, but this was our journey to the Met Gala on this day last year,” she shared.
“My scepter broke in the lobby of the hotel, some stranger gave us a glue gun, and I had a 10lb hairpiece clipped to my head. We don’t always have to feel or be perfect to look!”
At last year's Met Gala - themed Camp: Notes on Fashion - the actress wore a sheer rainbow design by Dior, which was inspired by the fashion house's circus-themed haute couture collection and took 600 hours to make.
To complete her look, Delevingne wore an enormous headpiece by artist Machine Dazzle, featuring fried eggs, bananas, mouths, and eyeballs.
To mark what would have been the 2020 gala - which always takes place on the first Monday in May - the model-cum-actress also shared another throwback picture, commenting that it was a "stark contrast" to the sweatpants she "hasn't taken off in weeks".