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ON YOUR RADAR 2012: The Year's Craziest Wardrobe Malfunction & Indecent Exposure Acts

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Dec. 9 2012, Published 11:00 a.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

There was no lack of “oops” moments in 2012, thanks to Hollywood’s hottest stars!

From the red carpet of the hottest events and awards shows to the city streets and public beaches, a whole slew of celebs experienced embarrassment when their articles of clothing refused to behave. As part of our special year-end feature, RadarOnline.com has photos of the worst wardrobe malfunctions and indecent exposure acts of the year.

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Sofia Vergara looked sensational on the red carpet of the 2012 Emmy Awards, flaunting her figure in a booty-hugging mermaid gown -- but apparently her designer dress couldn’t contain her impressive assets, busting at the seams.

Kim Kardashian had a few similar experiences in in tight dresses that ripped at the seams during some of her many promotional appearances.

Nicki Minaj and Jennifer Lopez both experienced nip slips on stage, while Khloe Kardashian exposed her assets underneath a sheer shirt on The X Factor.

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Meanwhile, intentional indecent exposure acts were committed by Karina Smirnoff outside of Dancing with the Stars, Stephanie Seymour at a swanky dinner, Melody Thornton at an Elle event and Adrienne Bailon during a night on the town, all who refused to wear the proper undergarments underneath totally sheer outfits.

Which other stars experienced embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions and committed indecent exposure acts in 2012? Find out by clicking here!

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