Aussie F1 star Daniel Ricciardo makes shock Met Gala purple carpet look as followers spot Crimson Bull ace glancing an admiring eye at Hollywood A-lister Anne Hathaway – and he or she’s a BIG fan!
- Ricciardo makes shock Met Gala look
- Star beforehand stated occasion wasn’t his cup of tea
- Ricciardo gave the impression to be solo on the social gathering
Aussie motor racing heartthrob Daniel Ricciardo has debuted at one of the crucial iconic occasions in America, making a shock look on the Met Gala purple carpet on Tuesday together with the likes of the Kardashians and Nicole Kidman.
The F1 star gave the impression to be solo on the occasion, carrying a black go well with, bow tie and his trademark smile.
However eagle-eyed followers noticed the 33-year-old taking a fast look at Hollywood A-lister Anne Hathaway as he awaited his image in New York Metropolis.
But Hathaway was additionally starstruck because the pair shared a quick change earlier than parting methods.
‘It is good to fulfill you,’ she stated to Ricciardo. ‘Wow, I am an enormous F1 fan.’
Daniel Ricciardo was noticed giving an admiring look to Anne Hathaway at Met Gala
Daniel Ricciardo made a shock look on the Met Gala purple carpet on Tuesday, mixing with the likes of the Kardashians and Aussie performing royalty Nicole Kidman
The Aussie System 1 star gave the impression to be solo on the occasion, tickets for that are extremely wanted amongst celebrities internationally
Ricciardo’s look at Met Gala got here as a shock after he stated the occasion was too ‘formal’ for him in a podcast after fellow driver Lewis Hamilton was invited to the unique bash in 2021.
‘After seeing among the pictures, not likely. Look, I imply, the best way among the style is now, I feel you in all probability may get away with that,’ he stated.
‘Do not get me improper, I am positive it might be an expertise, however I do not know. It appears just a little formal for me.’
The Aussie joined fellow Down Beneath stars Nicole Kidman, Baz Luhrmann, Hugh Jackman and Margot Robbie.
Ricciardo, 33, who was born in Duncraig in Western Australia, is now again with Crimson Bull as a reserve driver after being sacked by McLaren in 2022.
He admitted final week that his failure at McLaren ‘humbled’ him as he was repeatedly outperformed by youthful teammate Lando Norris.
‘I do not wish to say I obtained humbled, as a result of that is in all probability too dramatic,’ he stated in an interview with The Athletic.
‘I did not have my head up my a**e. However in a manner, I obtained humbled, and I did realise that OK, I am not excellent.
‘If I used to be to get again on the grid, after all the starvation can be crammed to the highest. However it would not be coming from a spot the place my ego or satisfaction is getting in the best way.
‘It is accepting that it isn’t at all times going to be excellent. It is only a actuality of life.’
The Aussie joined fellow stars from Down Beneath Nicole Kidman, Baz Luhrmann, Hugh Jackman and Margot Robbie on the ultra-swanky perform
Ricciardo is now again with Crimson Bull as a reserve driver after being sacked by McLaren in 2022 – a interval through which he was ‘not a very good individual to be round’
Ricciardo stated that he was ‘not a very good individual to be round’ throughout his struggles on the observe, however added that distancing himself from racing has helped him recalibrate.
‘The unhealthy days would [last year] then movement into my weeks,’ he stated. ‘Then I might have unhealthy days as regular days once I’m not on the observe.
‘I used to be simply not a very good individual at occasions to be round. I really feel it [being happier in 2023].
‘However when different those that know me effectively recognise it, I assume it is true.’