When you are in the public eye as much as celebrities, a "wardrobe malfunction" seems inevitable.
The latest victim? Jennifer Lopez. And for JLo, it happened twice in the same outfit last week!
Lopez, 43, was performing in a sparkling body-hugging catsuit in Italy last Thursday when her cleavage-bearing top shifted. Ever the professional, the singer and dancer kept on performing after a quick adjustment with the aid of her dancers, reports People.com.
But the malfunction didn't stop there. Jenny from the block also revealed a glimpse of her body-shaping Spanx undergarment while wearing the same catsuit, reports Hollywood Life.
She's certainly not the first to suffer embarrassment at the hands of a costume or dress gone awry in the public eye.
Who can forget when Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson performed during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show? The supreme court decided just this past summer not to fine CBS for the incident.
More recently, "Modern Family" actress Sofia Vergara had an oops moment at the Emmys last month when her curve-hugging teal gown split in the derriere area. Check out photos of her assistant doing damage control, courtesy of E! Online.
Judging from this Vergara tweet, the torn teal didn't dampen her spirits.
20 min Modern Family won!! Dress malfuncion !!! Thank you emergency team!!! say.ly/DHD4eCN— Sofia Vergara (@SofiaVergara) September 24, 2012
Check out the photos US Weekly compiled of wardrobe malfunction highlights over the years to see who else has suffered at the hands of torn and shifting designer threads, including famous faces such as Tara Reid, Britney Spears, Jessica Simpson, and more.
Which wardrobe malfunction do think was most embarrassing?
-- Robert Pattinson honors leading lady Uma Thurman (People.com)
-- Jack Osbourne & Lisa Stelly's wedding photo (People.com)
-- Hulk Hogan sues friend, gossip site over sex tape (AP)
-- Shakira (and baby) rock out (People.com)
-- Scarlett Johansson splits with boyfriend Nate Naylor: Source (People.com)
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