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Rylan Clark wears bizarre suit made entirely of actual doner kebab meat

Rylan Clark wears bizarre suit made entirely of actual doner kebab meat

Rylan celebrated the launch of the Deliveroo Best Restaurant Awards in the meaty ensemble

Lady Gaga's infamous meat dress finally has a competitor for the most bizarre red carpet look of all time, as Rylan Clark stepped out in a suit made from everyone's favourite drunken scran.

You can see the outfit in all its glory in the video below:

The beloved TV presenter and former X Factor contestant didn't stop at parodying Lady Gaga's 2010 dress made from raw beef that she sported at the MTV Music Awards.

The controversial ensemble drew criticism from animal rights group PETA, who called the dress 'offensive.'

But, Gaga stated in an interview with Ellen Degeneres that no offence was intended and that the outfit was in protest against the US military's 'Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell' policy, which prohibited service members from disclosing their sexual identity.

She said: "For me this evening it’s [saying], 'If we don’t stand up for what we believe in, if we don’t fight for our rights, pretty soon we’re going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones.'"

Rylan's homage to the iconic dress reportedly took a meaty 20 hours to make and was topped off with a fresh salad-filled pitta headdress.

In homage to Lady Gaga, he wore a suit made entirely of kebab meat.
Who wore it better? Lady Gaga at the 2010 MTV VMAs.
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Rylan also dressed as a pepperoni pizza, emulating Rihanna's golden cape ensemble from the 2015 Met Gala.

At the time, the yellow dress was famously turned into a viral meme of a takeaway pizza. Rylan's real-life rendition included a wink to the camera and a mini pizza headpiece. Stunning.

But why has Rylan taken it upon himself to show off these food-related looks?

Rylan Clark has been wearing gastronomic recreations of iconic red carpet ensembles to celebrate the launch of the Deliveroo Best Restaurant Awards.
Rylan Clark's pizza look was inspired by Rihanna's 2015 Met Gala dress.

Well, he recently got himself a new job as a guest judge for Deliveroo's Best Restaurant Awards.

The annual awards celebrate the most-loved restaurants across the country, featuring 60 award categories including the coveted 'Restaurant of the Year' award.

Deliveroo CEO and founder, Will Shu said: “The Restaurant Awards are designed to give our customers the chance to champion and celebrate the wealth of great food right on their doorstep – so get voting to see your favourite spots snap up the titles!”

Alongside Shu and renowned food critic and journalist, Jimi Famurewa, Rylan is set to judge the 'Beating Heart of the Community' award, the winner of which will be announced next month.

To celebrate the launch of the 2024 awards, the 35-year-old has been recreating iconic red carpet ensembles with a foodie twist.

Now, is it just me, or does the kebab dress make you want to head to the nearest takeaway ASAP?

Featured Image Credit: Deliveroo

Topics: Food And Drink, Fashion, Celebrity