In a new interview, the comedian (and recent Vogue cover girl) writes off fashion's night of nights as a bunch of people "dressed up like f*cking arseholes," NY Mag reports. She goes on, "it's people doing an impression of having a conversation. I don't like the farce."

Schumer isn't alone - last year, Tina Fey called out the annual event as "a jerk parade" and in 2013, even good girl Gwyneth Paltrow spoke out. "I'm never going again. It was so un-fun. It was boiling. It was too crowded. I did not enjoy it at all," she said. And true to her word, she hasn't attended since - although whether that's because she's been blacklisted by Wintour or simply chooses not to go is another question entirely.

Why are so many celebrities rebelling against the Met Gala?

From the outside looking in, the Met Gala is the biggest bash of the year, as celebrities and designers pull out all sartorial stops for a glittering display on the Met steps. But once they step inside the museum's hallowed halls, it seems that maybe there's not that much to it except a crowd of skinny celebrities with nothing much to say. Let's all tell ourselves that anyway. 

Why are so many celebrities rebelling against the Met Gala?