Taylor Swift had a slight wardrobe malfunction while walking down the red carpet at the Golden Globes on Sunday.
Swift might not have won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song, which went to Adele for “Skyfall,” but the country crooner did snag a more dubious honor — suffering one of the first wardrobe malfunctions of the night.
The 22-year-old starlet showed up to one of the most glamorous events in show business wearing an eggplant-colored Donna Karan couture gown that was arguably one of her worst red carpet fashion choices, at least from the front.
The dress has a plunging back, so as the “We Are Never Getting Back Together” star sashayed down the red carpet, amid flashes from the cameras, everyone saw what kind of bra she was wearing.
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Picking a bra usually consists of three choices: go braless, strapless or opting for adhesive pasties.
It became clear that Swift had chosen the last one when she turned to the side and a flesh colored pasty could be seen.
The daring backless gown was a bold choice for the slim celebrity, but the side cutaways revealed a little too much skin, exposing her stick-on bra underneath.
The malfunction didn’t seem to faze the ravishing starlet, who strolled down the carpet with her hands on her hips and head raised high.
Even though Swift didn’t win for her track “Safe & Sound,” which was featured on the soundtrack of the first “Hunger Games” movie, she professed to be overjoyed to be invited to the Globes.
Swift told E! network's red carpet host, Ryan Seacrest:
“It's amazing to be nominated for Best Original Song. I'm so thrilled to be here. it's such a fancy night.”
Swift also explained how she got involved in the “Hunger Games” movie, whose breakout star Jennifer Lawrence won Best Actress for “Silver Linings Playbook:”
“Lionsgate Film came to us and said, We want you to write from Katniss' point of view,’” Swift began. “My co-writers the Civil Wars and T-Bone Burnett were amazing. We had this idea that we wanted the song to be about the empathy that goes into this film.
“We wanted to highlight the fact that there's a lot of heart beneath all that.”