Met Gala The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2022, Jennifer Grey became a household name through her role as Frances Baby Houseman, the star of Dirty

Dancing. The coming-of-age film showed Grey as an awkward high schooler who learns about love and life from Johnny and Baby's forbidden romance, played by

Patrick Swayze, and her older sister, played by Cynthia Rhodes. Now, Grey is one of the stars of ABC's new hit show, Red Widow, which premiered March 3. She

talked to SheKnows about her new show, her early acting days and about what it was like to date Johnny Depp in the 1980s. The prestigious Met Gala is fast

approaching, which means everyone in Hollywood is scrambling to get tickets. The annual fashion event is held at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art

and has become one of (if not the) most famous red carpet events in Hollywood. The theme for 2018 was Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and The Catholic Imagination,

so attendees were encouraged to wear angelic gowns that harkened back to classic Catholicism. Most of them did, of course, but some stars brought some

secular bodies as well—and took a few liberties with their dresses along the way. Read on for everything you need to know about 2018's star-studded event. I

attended The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 20th Annual Costume Institute Benefit Gala celebrating Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and The Catholic Imagination

where my date for the evening was none other than Oscar winner Jennifer Grey. We both donned elegant floor length black gowns designed by Valentino

Garavani himself, then headed into town where we spent an evening out on what I can only describe as a heavenly night!