Wardrobe Malfunctions That Ended Up In The TV Show



Both scripted TV shows and televised events
are huge, costly endeavors with many moving parts, and lots of people in front of, and
behind, the camera. But it's the specific combination of costumes
and human beings that can cause a surprising amount of problems for a TV show. Yeah, we're talking wardrobe malfunctions. These egregious oopsies can offend the viewing
public and embarrass the performers. And, of course, they're preserved for posterity
on the internet. Here are some instances when things got dicey,
and some accidental, partial, near, or actual nudity made its way onto TV. Three's Company TMI Today, thanks to hi-def programming, an accidental
flash of nudity won't be missed by viewers, even if it got past the censors. But in the early '80s, TV wasn't as crystal
clear as it is now, so things could get a little nuts. "When does it stop?” “When does what stop?” “The pain.” In a 1983 episode of Three's Company, John
Ritter wore a pair of short-shorts, and part of his scrotum briefly made a cameo. Evidently, nobody noticed until 2001, when
the episode aired on Nick at Nite and an eagle-eyed viewer saw the bit of offending skin. When Nickelodeon got word and a spokesperson
confirmed… "Yes, his scrotum falls out of his shorts." …the network edited the episode so that
Ritter would stay tucked in his pants. T'n'A on GMA In the midst of a rockin' stage show, performers
can get lost in the moment. But for rapper Nicki Minaj, being totally
in "the zone" made her completely oblivious to the moment she gave the crowd a little
extra while rapping live on Good Morning America in 2011. When she realized her breast had popped out
of her top, she was as shocked as everyone else. Minaj later apologized on ABC's Nightline,
and also denied that the wardrobe malfunction had been a publicity ploy. "Mmmm…I'm so sorry about that. People are ridiculous if they think I would
use that as a stunt. I would never, ever, swear to God, do something
like that on purpose." A little too Cavalier LeBron James simply had his head in the game,
but maybe too much? In Game 4 of the 2015 NBA Finals, James' Cleveland
Cavaliers faced off against the Golden State Warriors. Right after Usher performed the National Anthem,
the camera focused in on James. There was just enough movement of his shorts
for the baller to show his "little James" to the world. Even though James laid it all out on the court…literally…the
Cavs lost that night by 21 points. Fifty shades of oopsies The Fifty Shades of Grey movies haven't exactly
wowed critics, but they were a total hit with fans. Dakota Johnson even won a People's Choice
Award in 2016 for Favorite Dramatic Actress, for the first film in the series. But as Johnson took the stage at the CBS-televised
event, presenter Leslie Mann gave her a hug…and broke Johnson's zipper. "Leslie just broke my dress.” Johnson took it in stride, wryly referring
to the movie for which she just won a trophy, saying, "It's not like nobody here hasn't already
seen my boobs." Dancing with the clothes Featuring amateur dancers performing intricate
choreography while wearing the least amount of clothing, Dancing With The Stars is a recipe
for trouble. In 2006, Monique Coleman from High School
Musical momentarily lost her skirt when she caught it with her heel. After the number, host Tom Bergeron quipped, "I know that jump scared the 'everything'
out of you.” “It did. It scared my clothes off, apparently." Then in 2017, celebrity contestant Frankie
"Malcolm in the Middle" Muniz's dance partner, Witney Carson got a heel stuck on her skirt. She later told People, "It would just not come out, so [Frankie]
literally was dragging me along." Muniz confessed he didn't actually know there'd
been an accident at first, saying, "It was weird because all week I messed up
in that spot every single time, so we got to it and I thought…'Did I mess up?'" Just zip it! Jennifer Hudson made one of the all-time greatest
career turnarounds. The magically-voiced singer was eliminated
early on in the third season of American Idol in 2004, but went on to find extraordinary
success. But in one not-so-successful moment, while
appearing on Chelsea Lately in 2013, the zipper on Hudson's skirt gave up on its one job. "Hi! How are you. Oh my God it's hard to. Oh my God! Oh my God! We have to…Turn around…Oh my God let me
help you!” Fortunately, Handler jumped up to assist. "No you hold the zipper, Ima sit, ok?" “Go!” Finally, they got things zipped back up.

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Both scripted TV shows and televised events are huge, costly endeavors with many moving parts, and lots of people in front of, and behind, the camera. But it’s the specific combination of costumes and human beings that can cause a surprising amount of problems for a TV show. Yeah, we’re talking wardrobe malfunctions. These egregious oopsies can offend the viewing public and embarrass the performers. And, of course, they’re preserved for posterity on the internet. Here are some instances when things got dicey, and some accidental, partial, near, or actual nudity made its way onto TV…

Three’s Company TMI | 0:39
T’n’A on GMA | 1:27
A little too Cavalier | 2:07
Fifty shades of oopsies | 2:37
Dancing with the clothes | 3:19
Just zip it! | 4:14

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43 thoughts on “Wardrobe Malfunctions That Ended Up In The TV Show

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  2. WTFK .. the network edited (his) those bits for censorship and save face … well news flash so have you fkwit with your BS fuzzies .. you would see more poon on a kids show ..

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