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ON YOUR RADAR: The 15 Worst Wardrobe Malfunctions Of 2011

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Dec. 22 2011, Published 1:00 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

The only thing worse than experiencing a wardrobe malfunction, is having it caught on camera!

In 2011 there were a slew of celebrities who were victims of embarrassing style slip-ups, everywhere from the red carpet to the stage. has photos of the 15 worst wardrobe malfunctions of the year in a special ON YOUR photo feature.

PHOTOS: The 15 Worst Wardrobe Malfunctions Of 2011

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Nicki Minaj certainly knows how to wake up the country! The sassy singer showed off more than she bargained for during a performance on the popular show Good Morning America, when she couldn’t keep the girls properly in place.

Nancy Grace also had a nip-slip on live television. The Headline News host had a Dancing with the Stars disaster, when she exposed her right breast during one of her numbers.

Courtney Love managed to sex up the after-party of an animated film with her body parts! The hot mess exposed herself in a bright red dress at a Hugo bash in NYC.

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As for panty flashes, Kate Middleton’s little sister, Her Royal Hotness Pippa Middleton, gave fans a peek of her undergarments at the Temperley fashion show during London Fashion Week, while Brit heiress Petra Ecclestone was exposed during a night out on the town.

What other stars experienced embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions in 2011? Find out by clicking here.



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