Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus' Wardrobe Malfunction Causes Much Hype
Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus' Wardrobe Malfunction Causes Much Hype
Despite countless occurrences like this happening to celebrities around the globe, it's still a surprise to see Hannah Montana's Miley Cyrus falling prey to this phenomenon: the wardrobe malfunction.  The latest buzz on the Internet is a bunch of pictures showing the pop star wearing a tight, white dress while riding a white horse.  Though it's not that obvious on the photo, she became the victim of a “nipple slip” as she performed for her latest music video set in Santa Clarita, California. 

The agency covering the shoot admitted that “Miley's dress was so low-cut breast popped out in front of about 15 crew members.”  Even so, the photos that have been flooding the World Wide Web aren't even that revealing.  Miley quickly covered up the accident, even as the paparazzi kept clicking away.

No word from the actress/singer has been released though.  While she mulls over how to defend herself from this little incident, let's think about the aftermath that might ensue.  As many of her fans may be outraged (or confused, at least) by how Miley is acting these days, these same people would probably be the first to look for the pictures.  But they will be disappointed.  The photos of Miley's misfortune don't exactly shatter or shape the world.

Lots of audiences do look up to Miley Cyrus and are usually taken aback by any story that pops up about her.  However, clothing malfunctions have happened many times before.   It's only a big deal because of the person involved.

Now, the Hannah Montana star has had her share of embarrassing moments throughout her life in the spotlight.  We could enumerate each of them, but the only conclusion we can get is that this will eventually blow over soon.  This latest wardrobe mishap is simply another topic society has got its eye on for the time being.  But when the music video in question is released, fans will probably remember just what happened behind the scenes. 

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: The Post Chronicle, Associated Content
(Image Courtesy of The Improper)