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Mariah Carey’s Wardrobe Malfunction Could Have Been Worse



Mariah Carey's Minor "Nip Slip" Wardrobe Malfunction

[caption id="attachment_62748" align="alignright" width="300"]Mariah Carey's Minor "Nip Slip" Wardrobe Malfunction Mariah Carey's Minor "Nip Slip" Wardrobe Malfunction[/caption]Mariah Carey's name is in the news again, but not for her American Idol judging. This time it's for a very minor wardrobe malfunction.

While at a show at Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia, Mariah Carey accidentally exposed her nipple for all to see. Carey, 42, was attending the So So Def 20th Anniversary Concert and at the time of malfunction was on stage.

Mariah Carey, the accomplished singer and current American Idol judge, was presenting a cake to Jermaine Dupri for his birthday when her very tight, strapless dress started to get a little too low. The incident occurred when she lifted her hands up in the air, above her head.

Luckily, the nip slip wasn't too extreme. Photos were taken of the event at Fox Theater and very few showed the malfunction. Those photos that did end up catching the incident show very little and without knowing what had happened, many people would not notice it on a first glance.

Mariah Carey at the time had no idea what had happened and continued on with the presentation and show. She tweeted later on in the evening expressing her happy birthday wishes to JD, Jermaine Dupri. The show was last Saturday, the 24th of February.

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