Chrissy Teigen had a bit of a mishap at the 2016 American Music Awards on Sunday night (November 20). She opted to go without underwear for the gown she wore.
The model arrived to the red carpet in a black Yousef Akbar gown, which featured a daring slit that went up to her ribcage, according to USA Today. Not only was the dress daring from the side, but it was backless as well. The design included two gold safety pins, which were used for style and to keep Teigen’s dress from showing off her private parts, but she was hit with a pesky breeze.
Every time Teigen moved or walked across the red carpet, her dress would open up and almost show her nether regions. Some called Teigen’s dress inappropriate and “unladylike.”
The mom already had a response ready.
“I am pretty sure you could clearly see I’m a lady,” she fired back on Twitter.
Teigen then took to Instagram to apologize for “anyone harmed mentally or physically by my hooha” and to thank her glam squad along with SEVE Laser Aesthetics, the laser hair removal center who made sure there wasn’t anything else to see when the wind blew that day.
Since Teigen accidentally flashed everyone at the 2016 American Music Awards, is there a chance that she will be invited back? Hollywood Life spoke to an insider about whether Teigen will be welcomed back at the awards ceremony in 2017.
“As far as the AMA producers are concerned, they adore Chrissy [Teigen] and she’s welcome back anytime soon,” an alleged source told the celebrity gossip site. “They are just relieved her wardrobe malfunction didn’t happen on live TV.”
Teigen styled her dress with a black and gold clutch bag, gold bangle bracelets, and black strappy stilettos. In fact, she wore plenty of gold jewelry to go with her sleek and simple look. Teigen’s hair was styled pin straight with a middle part. No one was focused on Teigen’s red carpet look, though. They were too busy trying to get a glimpse as she suffered a major wardrobe malfunction while posing for photos on the red carpet with her husband John Legend, according to the Sun.
She appeared to be a bit embarrassed by the mishap. Teigen attempted to cover up her private parts while posing for pictures. Instead of getting a photo of her private parts, photographers snapped photos of Teigen’s goofy grin instead. She later took the stage at to introduce Legend, who was performing at the event.
The singer was asked if Teigen would become a surrogate for BFF Kim Kardashian and Kanye West while they were walking the red carpet.
“Umm, we haven’t discussed this,” Legend admitted during the rather awkward interview. “We’ll talk about it later.”
Apparently, this isn’t Teigen’s first wardrobe malfunction. Earlier this month, she nearly avoided another one with the daring jumpsuit she wore at Glamour magazine’s pre-Women of the Year Awards. According to AOL, Teigen wore a white jumpsuit, which left little to the imagination. She stepped out onto the red carpet in the ensemble, which featured a plunging neckline and a black belt cinched at her waist.
The former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model accidentally bent over from the side, almost revealing too much of her chest. Teigen finished off her look with a white long blazer draped over her shoulders, which didn’t provide any more coverage.
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Teigen has been pushing the envelope with her style lately. When she was attending a viewing of Wicked on Broadway, she a black curve-hugging snake print dress that looked like second skin on her, as reported via Yahoo Style. The dress, however, did not cause a wardrobe malfunction since it had a modest neckline. Teigen avoided another wardrobe malfunction at Kris Jenner’s 61st birthday party when her red Carolina Costas top seemed to defy gravity even though it was worn dangerously low on her cleavage.
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