At this point, it's just getting kind of old. Eva Longoria's wardrobe malfunction at the Cannes Film Festival this weekend exposed her lady parts, without underwear, to cameras ready to snap, snap, snap away. In a gorgeous teal green Atelier Versace gown, the 38-year-old actress gathered her dress in hand to avoid stepping on it, but pulled the high slit too far to the side and yada yada yada, now everyone's heard of her movie Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian because her good girl peeked out on the red carpet.
I don't know, guys, maybe I'm just too jaded at this point to acknowledge or care about a famous person's genitals, but I have to believe that none of this is accidental. Wardrobe malfunctions equal press. Press equals promotion for your film. Promotion for your film equals more success.
There's no way that she's not keenly aware of that tried and true formula. They're all aware. And if they don't want to play that game, they wear underwear and/or exit cars ass first.
The only person I'm apt to believe actually did not plan nor appreciate her wardrobe malfunction was Anne Hathaway. I give her an 80 percent chance that her flashing of her womanly bits was unintentional.
After all, the next day she was on the Today show and was able to parlay that wardrobe malfunction into a call to action against the human sex trade. Only Anne.
On Sunday, Longoria tweeted a picture of her black, floor-length gown along with the caption: "No wardrobe malfunctions tonight!!!"
The dress, just FYI, was see-through.
Do you believe in accidental wardrobe malfunctions anymore?
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