The diving competition series Splash! The women competing seem less concerned with the quality of their dive and more about the style of their bikini. Weather girl Daniela Cruda has gained a loyal legion of fans thanks to her playful personality and stunning looks. But the Romanian version gets viewers' pulses racing for an entirely different reason. In another clip, a girl jumps from the three-metre board and loses her top. The video has gone viral since being uploaded online. Play slideshow.
A CURVY game show guest joined the wardrobe malfunction club when a poor choice of top caused her boobs to constantly burst out of her top. Gorgeous contestant, Dalila, appeared on La Roue de la Fortune, the French version of hit game show Wheel of Fortune — where guests have to spin a giant wheel and answer questions to win large cash prizes. Dalila's choice of top backfired as every time she went to spin the wheel her boobs started to pop out of her strapless dress. At one point — during a little break in playing — host Christophe Dechavanne even chased Dalila around the studio for a joke and her dress nearly slipped down completely. We are only three weeks into and a host of celebs have already suffered a series of wardrobe malfunctions — whether intentional or not. The show — created by American TV host Merv Griffin in — still enjoys immense success internationally and is currently hosted in the US by presenter and voice actor Jim Thornton. By Andrew McDonald.
By Kayleigh Giles For Mailonline. She saw her hopes of winning this year's The X Factor dashed when she was booted out of the singing competition on Saturday night. But it looked as though Kiera Weathers' luck is yet to improve as the singer fell victim to an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction when performing at London's G-A-Y nightclub on Friday evening. Putting on an energetic performance, the year-old's plunging gown was seemingly a little too plunging as one of her nipples freed itself from beneath the fabric of her jumpsuit as she paraded around onstage.
You heard about that nipple picnic in Brisbane? The invitation was posted on Facebook and quickly became a lightning rod for the sort of vile misogyny and hatred that repulses and terrifies even the staunchest feminist. But the level of outrage was extreme. What is it about a group of women, meeting in the park without shirts that sends the misogynists into meltdown?