Tom Daley took picture of Troye Sivan going to the toilet at the Met Gala on Rihanna's instruction

The snap of Troye using a urinal in a dress was apparently orchestrated by the 'Work' singer.


Words: Jamie Tabberer; pictures: Instagram

Troye Sivan has offered an insight into the rock and roll world of the Met Gala with his latest Instagram post.

Yesterday, the 'Youth' singer - who wore a dress to Monday's high-profile event - posted a photograph of himself "weeing" at a urinal taken by none other than Olympian Tom Daley.

Even more surreal, music icon Rihanna apparently orchestrated the photograph. (What next? Anna Wintour did the lighting?!)

"True story"

In a caption, 26-year-old Troye explained: "@badgalriri told @tomdaley to take this pic of me weeing."

The more you know.

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Commenting on the post, diver Tom simply said: "True story."

The Gala, formally the Costume Institute Gala, is a yearly fundraising effort to benefit New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute - and attended by the world's glitterati. While we're used to seeing red carpet arrival pictures and a couple of inside selfies, we seldom see what really goes on behind closed doors...

Also, a note on the trio being in the bogs together - either the Met has gender-neutral toilets or 'Work' singer Rihanna just DGAF about being in the gents! We're into it, either way.

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The photo follows a series of Troye getting ready for the party the day before, rocking a jockstrap and a Cartier necklace. Because why not?

it also follows the former Attitude cover star releasing his latest single 'Angel Baby' - a track the star has described as a "surprise gushy juicy doting adoring power b^tt^m gay ballad." We're enjoying this latest era, Troye!

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