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Actors Keiynan Lonsdale (The Flash, Love, Simon) and Ezra Miller (Justice League, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them) will appear in a feature for the Met Gala's upcoming theme inspired by Susan Sontag's seminal book Notes on Camp, and they are serving lewks.

This year's exhibit "will take a look at camp fashion throughout history in the context of Sontag's definition of the style, exalting its 'love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration,'" according to Billboard.


The two can be seen in the latest issue of Vogue, which excited the hell out of Lonsdale, who took to Twitter to express his gratitude.

Just look at this dress!

And just look at Ezra Miller meeting Lonsdale's stride with impeccable ease.

Fans are psyched.





Here's the inspiration for this year's Met Gala theme:

We better see some serious camp this year.



This year's Met Gala is co-chaired by Lady Gaga, Harry Styles, Serena Williams, Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour and Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele.

Michele in particular is a big fan of this year's theme, telling Billboard:

"I'm still kind of camp. I adore putting on something strange and exaggerated and worn in the wrong way. I mean, why not? It's not forbidden."

You bet it's not, and we're looking forward to seeing who pushes the envelope the most successfully.

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