Andy Murray shares hilarious response to fan-proposed costume as he reveals he’s “gutted” to have missed Met Gala

ANDY Murray has shared his hilarious response to a fan-proposed costume after revealing that he was “merely gutted” to have missed this 12 months’s Met Gala.

The 35 year-old is ready to play on the French Open later this month after not showing on the event since 2020, when he misplaced to Swiss stalwart Stan Wawrinka.

The Scottish tennis participant made light-hearted jests of the Met Gala. (C) Twitter.

In the meantime, the Met Gala started yesterday, and featured a world-wide record of A-star celebs dressing up in zany outfits for the spring exhibition’s theme, Karl Lagetfeld: A Line of Magnificence.

Nevertheless, the Scots tennis famous person shared his disappointment at lacking the profitable crimson carpet occasion because of his commitments in France, and had time to poke enjoyable at each Met Gala attendees and himself.

Murray tweeted: “Completely gutted I couldn’t make it to the #MetGala this 12 months as I’m competing in France.

“A number of the vogue on show was merely divine. Notably the lad dressed as a cat”.

Murray’s cat quip is in reference to actor Jared Leto, who confirmed as much as the occasion in a large cat costume, meant to resemble late dressmaker Karl Lagerfeld’s personal moggy, Choupette.

Murray’s tweet acquired 1,673 likes, and lots of hilarious replies from tickled followers, together with one who prompt a search for Murray ought to he have opted to attend final minute.

The fan shared a hilarious picture of barefooted Murray standing in entrance of a white wall, dressed head-to-toe in a inexperienced dragon onesie, writing: “You might steal the present there.”

The picture reveals Murray frowning on the digicam as he spreads out his arms within the dragon costume to indicate off neon pink wings as properly.

A inexperienced bulbous dragon head hood may be seen pressed to the again of the wall, with gold horns poking out on the facet.

In a hilarious response, Murray quipped again: “Couldn’t agree with you extra,” alongside a thumbs up emoji and a dragon emoji.

The back-and-forth tickled many customers who proceeded to share their very own light-hearted jokes at Murray’s expense.

Andy Murray in a dragon onesie.
Pictured: The notorious dragon onesie. (C) Twitter

A fan commented: “Might have simply faked an harm to skip clay season.”

A second wrote: “I really like whenever you tweet stuff like this. You by no means fail to make me chuckle.”

An additional commenter shared a photograph of Murray wearing a blue tartan kilt and blue tiara, writing: “Gutted this wasn’t on show.”

A fourth added: “You need to have gone dressed as a canine and chased them around the crimson carpet.”

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