By Associated Press. The first notes of Ed Sheeran 's 'Shape of You' had just played when Gabriella Papadakis suddenly became aware that people were about to see a whole lot more of her shape than she had planned. The French ice dancer's glittering emerald costume had come unhooked at the neckline and later in her Olympic routine her left breast was exposed live on television. When the clasp became unhooked, the year-old Papadakis was more worried about holding up her outfit than making sure her twizzles and rhumba were in sync. Gabriella Papadakis endured a wardrobe malfunction when her costume became unkooked.
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The French skater and her partner Guillaume Cizeron remain in second place despite the embarrassing incident which may have cost the pair vital points. You spend your entire career preparing for a shot at an Olympic medal - and then the nightmare happens. It's the type of thing that has you sitting upright at 2am - your top falls down, exposing a nipple to millions of people around the world. This was the horrifying reality for French ice skater Gabriella Papadakis, who suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction during an ice dancing routine at the Winter Olympics.
Gabriella Papadakis suffers wardrobe slip up at 2018 Winter Olympics, ends red-faced
The hook on her green-and-yellow costume came undone, causing the pro athlete to suffer a pretty serious nip slip. She reattached her costume and they completed their performance! They received a
The figure skating rules made it difficult for Papadakis and her ice dancing partner Guillaume Cizeron to even consider taking a timeout from their routine in PyeongChang. When figure skater Gabriella Papadakis' costume failed her, exposing a nipple to millions of viewers, you could have forgiven her for pausing her performance to fix it. Instead, she and her ice dancing partner Guillaume Cizeron ploughed ahead with their routine defiantly, acting as though nothing had happened. To their credit, the French pair brushed off the embarrassing wardrobe malfunction with true professionalism, later claiming a silver medal in the final.