Lady Gaga wardrobe malfunction: Singer flashes underwear after Stephen Colbert show
Lady Gaga, 35, accidentally exposed her nude underwear when her black dress with a high slit got caught in the wind as she exited NBC Studios in NYC
Lady Gaga suffered a major wardrobe malfunction on Monday, November 15, as she left after the taping of 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' to promote her upcoming movie, 'House Of Gucci.'
The 35-year-old singer accidentally exposed her nude underwear when her black dress with a high slit got caught in the wind as she left the NBC Studios in New York City. For the NYC event, Gaga had donned a one-shouldered dress which exposed her midriff and a lot of leg, thanks to the high slit. As she walked out of the studio in metallic pumps, she stopped to pose for photos. Unfortunately, this was when the dress malfunction occured, in sight of the cameras. In an attempt to showcase a bit of a dramatic flair in the garment, she kept the gown's skirt pulled out in order to draw attention to her legs. However, she was met with a gust of wind which caused the flowing frock to blow up that in turn exposed her nude underwear.
Lady Gaga flashes more than just leg as she suffers wardrobe mishap https://t.co/9PNQI3eQxO— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) November 16, 2021
The exclusive pictures of the malfunction moment were obtained by the Daily Mail. By all accounts, the moment seemed to be an accidental one, as it was not clear if Gaga was even aware of the flashing incident. Nevertheless, she seemrf to brush it off as she was pictured stone-faced throughout the time the paparazzi were clicking her photos. Before jetting to New York to continue doing press for the movie, the Bad Romance singer kicked off promotions in the UK last week. She had spent the weekend in Milan and Italy.
While many who came across the article called it a "planned exposure," others criticized Gaga for the way she looked. "She looks like a blond Kardashian wanna-be," one of them said, while another noted, "Forget 'down there' what happened to her face??" A third remarked. "Malfunction?? Looked more like flashing to me!" One more quipped, "None of these women suffer an accidental 'wardrobe malfunction.'" The next commented, "Grateful she's wearing some underwear to be honest."
Another wrote "Wtf... Is she still human ? She looks like a robot !!!" A commenter tweeted, "She swirled the skirt deliberately - she has underwear on - whats the big deal? if I had legs like those I would show them off too." One more pointed out, "There are no malfunctions only calculated, uh hum, mishaps." One more said, "Sorry but women know when they wear a dress like that if the wind gets it the damn thing is going to show everything, that is why they wear them, plus she pulled the skirt of the dress apart to start with, just to make sure." A person reacted with, "Planned exposure, no wardrobe issue."
Lady Gaga's Italian accent criticized
Ridley Scott's highly anticipated House Of Gucci film is set to release on November 24. In the meantime, Gaga has had an aggressive promotional schedule. However, on Monday, November 15, the movie's dialogue coach Francesca De Martini criticized Gaga's Italian accent in the film. "I feel bad saying this, but her accent is not exactly an Italian accent, it sounds more Russian," she told The Daily Beast.
Gaga had opened up about her method acting style approach to play the character of Patrizia Reggiani, the woman who hired a hitman to murder her ex-husband Maurizio Gucci in 1995. "I lived as her [Reggiani] for a year and a half. And I spoke with an accent for nine months of that. I never broke. I stayed with her," she told British Vogue.