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May 14, 2013
Wardrobe malfunctions at Cannes
Kristen Stewart wore a striking red gown with a very plunging neckline at the premiere of Cosmopolis at Cannes. However, she almost suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she nearly showed off her entire breast.
Kristen (pictured here with British actor Tom Sturridge) was wearing a red Reem Acra dress.
Our very own Mallika Sherawat, too, exposed to extra flesh. No, it's not the side-boob, it's the evident butt-crack visible.
Cheryl Cole's bra was peeping from behind her white and off-white Victoria Beckham gown.
Cheryl's bra makes its presence rather apparent as she poses with Cameron Diaz.
Yes, jury member Diane Kruger, too, flashed her nipple in this dress. Look closely, it's not visible to the naked eye (pun unintended) at first!
Diane was otherwise looking elegant in the Jason Wu dress.
No, we're not talking about the white underwear, socialite Lady Victoria Hervey had a nip-slip in her transparent silver dress.
Lady Victoria had a near malfunction as she struggled with her fuschia gown at the red carpet. The gown looks dangerously low!
Usually known for its highbrow films and arty presence, the Cannes festival had a lot more revelations to offer this time and we're not talking about the movies! The festival saw quite a few nip-slips, and that too, of renowned celebs. Here's a peek.
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