Mariah Carey Wardrobe Malfunction: Nipple Slip Leaves Her Embarrassed

By Staff Reporter March 1, 2013 6:03 AM EST
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Singer and actress Mariah Carey arrives at the 67th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 17, 2010. (Photo: Reuters)

Singer Mariah Carey, who was in news recently for bathing naked with her pet dog as she celebrated Valentine's Day with her husband Nick Cannon, suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction at a gig over the weekend after her tiny strapless outfit caused a nipple slip.

The 42-year-old singer joined the likes of Usher, Jay-Z and Jermaine Dupri at the all-star gig in Atlanta to celebrate 20 years anniversary of hip-hop record label So So Def at Fox Theatre Saturday night.

Mariah Carey however had an embarrassing moment on stage, as her tiny white outfit could not hold her twin assets. And the inevitable happened as her nipple slipped out of her dress.

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Mariah had recorded several tracks with rapper and producer Jermaine Dupri, the founder of So So Def label, including the Grammy award winning song, "We Belong Together."

Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona also suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction while performing a song at the The Big Reunion Tuesday, as her nipple slipped out of her outfit.

Katona joined her Atomic Kitten band mates Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton at the The Big Reunion, belting out some of their hit songs including "The Tide Is High", "Whole Again" and "Right Now". They came together for the first time in nearly 13 years.

The 32-year-old singer, who was wearing a green top, let her breasts pop out while performing on stage. The nip of her left boob was clearly visible to the audience during an energetic dance performance but she looked composed.

It may be recalled that singers like Nicki Minaj, Geri Halliwell and Taylor Momsen had suffered nip slips in the past.

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