That Wasn’t A Wardrobe Malfunction After All!

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That Wasn’t A Wardrobe Malfunction After All!

The Oscars stars from Hollywood sashaying their shiniest best at the event and all sort of scrutinizing on the ladies’ exquisite designer gowns have been made by fashion experts all over the world. Jennifer Lopez took the plunge with her beautiful Zuhair Murad couture gown.

When there was speculation Jlo had a wardrobe malfunction, there were endless paparazzi flashes made at her and repeat telecasts of the video were made to see whether she suffered a malfunction. The verdict was out in the end and it was revealed that she wasn’t. She was wearing a very low cut gown which would take a lot of courage to pull off, when there are thousands of flashlights on you.

"The dress fit perfectly to her every inch," "There were cups built in and there's no chance that there were any, how do you say?’Slips.' While the dress did give the illusion of sheerness, [the] joke's on everyone who wishes they saw something”, revealed her stylist in an interview.

The Academy awards are a true showcase of the best of the designers in the world, where the actresses dress up as their precious muses for their creations to be displayed to a million eyes. Jlo’s dress was actually very hot, and strategically placed. It was one USP of the awards and people all over the world viewed the awards over and over again to see her dress and how well it hugged her, in a very teasing, eye-candy way.

There was a little adjustment she made with her dress, and this is when the speculations of there being a malfunction took spark. She looked absolutely gorgeous in her perfect hair and makeup, and her stylist says if people thought this dress was hot, they need to wait to see what else is in store!


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