At the Oscars Sunday night, there was much gossip about Jennifer Lopez and her dress that allegedly resulted in a wardrobe malfunction, but her stylist said after there was no chance a nip slip happened.

There's no chance that there were any how do you say? 'slips,' Mariel Haenn told Entertainment Weekly.

Lopez, 42, was presenting the Oscar for costume design and makeup with Cameron Diaz when the alleged malfunction happened. The duo were speaking about famed costume designer Edith Head before the incident happened,

[A dress] should be tight enough to show you're a woman, Diaz said.

But loose enough to show you're a lady, Lopez remarked.

But there was nothing loose about her low cut white Zuhair Murad gown, which Haenn told Entertainment Weekly was custom made for Lopez.

The Oscar dress was custom made for Jennifer by designer Zuhair Murad, Haeen told EW. The dress fit perfectly to her every inch. There were cups built in and there's no chance that there were any how do you say? 'slips.'

After catching glimpse of what every believed was a wardrobe malfunction, a Twitter handle called JLosNipple emerged and has accumulated nearly, 2,000 followers as of Monday morning, but Haenn doesn't believe it to be a laughing matter.

While the dress did give the illusion of sheer-ness, jokes on everyone who wishes they saw something! If you thought that dress was hot wait until you see what's next, Haeen said.

Lopez changed into a similar dress for the Vanity Fair after party: a maroon sequined gown.

Jennifer Lopez memorably wore a deep V green Versace dress to the 2003 Oscars, and while she certainly turned heads, she didn't reveal herself.

In June, Lopez made an appearance on German television that resulted in a wardrobe malfunction on live tv, which has since made its way to YouTube.