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Celebrities often go over the top when it comes to looking sexy and sometimes wear clothes that are on the verge of baring it all on the red carpet.
Combine those fashion boo-boos and the odd wardrobe malfunction and you have a recipe for disaster and a little bit too much of a good thing.
One such example was when Italian models Giulia Salemi and Dayane Mello accidentally lifted their dresses a tad too high on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival in 2017.
They were seen looking very uncomfortable as their dresses had fallen open. Nevertheless, people couldn’t complain as they looked gorgeous despite the fashion faux pas.
More recently, Miley Cyrus had a wardrobe malfunction on New Year’s Eve last year. She good-naturedly poked fun at herself, saying “Get a good look at the top that didn’t stay on very long….”
Other funny incidents include Katherine Heigl’s dress strap coming undone when she received the Female Star of the Year Award 12 years ago, and the time Patricia Contreras flashed the crowd at the premiere of The Leisure Seeker.
At the same launch, Hofit Golan rocked a classy yellow dress for The Leisure Seeker but accidentally showed a boob.
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Similarly, at the 74th Venice Film Festival, Italian model Sonia Lorenzini showed off a daring slit from her Musani Couture white and pink stripe dress.
In some cases, a dress lift-up is planned. One such incident was when 34-year-old Italian model Isabella Fontana lifted her front slit magenta mullet dress at the 74th Venice Film Festival.
For the 2014 Video Music Awards, Amber Rose’s chain mail dress drew a whole lot of attention, leaving nothing to the imagination, and must have been quite uncomfortable to sit in as well.
And last but not least, Bella Hadid’s red dress at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, was one of her biggest regrets, though we cannot forget the super high slit.
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