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Beyoncé Admits She Had 2 Embarrassing Wardrobe Malfunctions At The Oscars That No One Noticed

by Gwendolyn Plummer
Gwen is a writer, reader, hockey fan, concert goer, and lunchtime enthusiast.

When we look at celebrities like Beyoncé, it’s easy to assume that they always look that beautiful and put together. After all, we almost never see them looking like we do.

But that doesn’t mean celebrities are immune to bad hair days, or wardrobe malfunctions — just ask Beyoncé.

In a 2005 interview with Oprah, Beyoncé revealed that even she has wardrobe malfunctions sometimes. It just so happens that hers are on a much bigger stage than yours or mine might be.

It seems like the star had some bad luck at the 2005 Oscar Awards, because that’s where her two mishaps took place.

Beyoncé’s first wardrobe malfunction almost happened on stage in front of everyone. After a quick change into her third look of the night, Beyoncé headed on stage to sing a song from Phantom of the Opera — but in the rush to change outfits, she had forgotten to strap the shoe. She wore a long ball gown and had to walk down a flight of stairs while singing — and her shoe fell off. Thankfully, Beyoncé was able to use her toes to keep the shoe in the dress so no one noticed, but it’s pretty amazing that she didn’t take a tumble down those stairs!

The second mishap had to do with a gorgeous blue dress that she wore at a party after the awards. Beyoncé had been sitting down at the party, and she says the boning holding her dress in place started to bulge out because of that. Horrified that the paparazzi outside would think she was pregnant, the singer had to tightly hold the dress back with her hands as she walked to her car.

Wardrobe malfunctions can be embarrassing for anyone, but I can only imagine the added stress when your outfit falls apart in front of millions of people!

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Photos: The Oprah Winfrey Show; Getty Images / Kevin Winter / Staff

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