Well, Hello There Adrienne Bailon

By: 03.03.12  •  32 Comments

Adrienne Bailon – she of Cheetah Girls and 3LW fame – had one of the best wardrobe malfunctions of all malfunctions. On Thursday night, Caesars Entertainment launched their “Escape To Total Rewards” series* and Adrienne decided to walk the red carpet in a sheer little number sans skivvies. Both Bailon’s and the paparazzi’s prayers were answered when the wind blew, shifting the front piece and ultimately letting her cat out the bag. God is good.

Afterward, Bailon was upset and spoke out on the incident, telling Global Grind “I want to be known for my talent. I love the idea of being sexy, but I’ve never been in this business to sell sex, I’ve been in this business to sell my talent.” She also called the malfunction “a terrible accident.” I tend to think a wardrobe malfunction is a button popping off or something of the Janet-Super Bowl kind. Not wearing draws is a brain malfunction. And as far as being known, the only reason I really know her is because she’s always been famously referred to as Fabolous’ “friend.” At least now she has something all her own for a good 15 minutes.

*I have no idea what it is, but thanks Fresh.

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