Meteorologist suffers hilarious wardrobe malfunction – Chron.com
Sometimes clothes just don’t cooperate. Or are the accidental flashes and glimpses sometimes intentional? Jennifer Lopez is among the latest celebs to suffer some over-exposure, which happened with this skin-tight catsuit in front of thousands of people at a performance in Bologna, Italy in 2012.
Of course, some "malfunctions" are intentional. Here's Sharon Stone at the "amfAR Inspiration Night" in Paris on June 28, 2012.
The wind and dress didn't cooperate for singer/dancer Paula Abdul at auditions for "The X Factor" in Los Angeles.
Did Pamela Anderson forget her pants? Or just want to look like she forgot them? She's walking to the German Economy Ministry in Berlin to deliver a PETA petition regarding seal skins.
Even Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, sometimes has a tough day with clothes, as she struggles with the wind at the Calgary Airport during a visit with Prince William.
Actress Katherine Heigl's dress broke while accepting the "Female Star of the Year Award" at the ShoWest awards ceremony.
Showest awards host Billy Bush holds up Katherine Heigl's dress after it broke while she was accepting an acting award.
There was a lot of chittering over Jennifer Lopez's supposed nipple slip during her stage appearance with Cameron Diaz at the Academy Awards in 2012. (Her stylist said it didn't happen.) But something seemed to be going on with Lopez in a different dress at a Vanity Fair Oscar party. Photos by Getty Images.
It's always bad news when your jewelry has a mind of its own. This is Kathy Griffin's bracelet at the 2012 People's Choice Awards in January.
It was Elizabeth Banks.
tries to cover up in a sheer outfit - or not? - at a Golden Globes party.
Men have wardrobe malfunctions too. Here's actor James Corden (L) showing some crack while hugging Dominic Cooper at a party for the "The Devils Double."
It would be nice if your shoes were always flattering, but these aren't doing Lady Victoria Hervey any favors. She's attending the MOCA Los Angeles Presents "Rebel" Exhibition opening.
Whoops. That's the wind and Ashley Bell at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards.
Singer Katy Perry in a dress that seems too big at the 2012 ASCAP POP Music Awards on April 18.
If you're going to be hopping out of a helicopter, maybe pants or a longer dress would help. This is Lydia Bright at The Duke of Essex Polo on July 9, 2011 in England.
Hate it when the blouse gapes open between the buttons. Here's Sigourney Weaver and director Andrew Stanton at a party for the movie "Wall-E."
Someone's shoe fell off during the Sugababes' walk down the runway during London Fashion Week.
Not really a wardrobe malfunction, more a bad hair day on Woody Allen, with Naomi Watts at the Cannes Film Festival.
poses herself and her dress at a BAFTA "Brits To Watch" event in Los Angeles.
Actress and "American Idol" star Katharine McPhee shows a lot of leg -- probably more than she intended -- while speaking about her TV show "Smash."
wears a sheer, low-cut dress that didn't quite cover her up at a concert at the Royal Albert Hall to celebrate the 80th birthday of the former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
pulls up her dress at a post-Grammy party.
, of course. She went leggy and sheer at a Vanity Fair Oscar party. She's pictured here with daughter Lourdes Leon.
Floaty dress and windy conditions wreak havoc on French actress Sophie Marceau's red carpet pose.
Where it all began, with JT ripping a breast cover thingie off Janet Jackson at a Super Bowl performance and exposing a pasty-covered breast.
again, this time with an assistant helping her with her dress at the premiere of "W.E." in New York.
Good thing actress Amanda Holden has then-fiance Chris Hughes next to her, because her dress might have fallen down.
Wardrobe malfunctions apparently were happening decades ago. Who believes Jayne Mansfield busting out of her dress in 1962 while clubbing in Rome was an "accident?" (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
The No. 1 rule of working on a green screen is don't wear green, even if it barely qualifies as green.
Los Angeles meteorologist Liberté Chan learned that the hard way when her seafoam green dress lit up with the temperatures of the local area. 
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Chan played it off as best she could saying she thought the color was light enough. 
Who knew that sea foam green wouldn't work on the weather wall? Oops... good thing I brought another dress. Thanks for stepping in to help Chris Burrous Lynette Romero KTLA 5 Morning News
Her coworker came to the rescue and provided his jacket as cover. 
Good thing she brought a back-up dress. 
Take a look through the gallery to see some celebrity wardrobe malfunctions.
Daniela Sternitzky-Di Napoli is a digital producer for Chron.com and the Houston Chronicle.

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