Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Taylor Swift's wardrobe malfunction (Video)

During a stop in St. Louis, the singer's skirt misbehaves

Taylor Swift’s wardrobe malfunction (Video)

A breezy moment for the young superstar
A breezy moment for the young superstar

Well, it was probably inevitable given all the costume changes Taylor Swift goes through during the shows on her Speak Now tour. Sooner or later, one of those outfits had to betray her.

It turned out to be the blue frock she was wearing to sing “You Belong With Me” during her performance in St. Louis this weekend (see video below).

Apparently the sudden gust was caused by a wind machine on stage. It lifted her hem exposing her undergarments. Swift took it all in stride, but must not have realized that the skirt was still clinging. Maybe she felt the draft because you see her casually reach back without missing a beat to smooth down her garment.

Because she’s such a class act, the incident was more Marilyn Monroe than Lindsay Lohan.


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A true child of TV, David Hiltbrand has worked as a critic at People and as a columnist and editor at TV Guide.

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