Posing on the red carpet at the 2014 National Television Awards, the camera flashes revealed a little more than she was hoping for.
The 34-year-old wore a black Ossie Clark gown with a plunging neckline and billowing sleeves.
Falling victim to the glare of the camera, the model’s dress became completely see-through around her chest area.
Seemingly unaware of her wardrobe malfunction, she flashed a smile for photographers and flaunted her toned legs in the thigh-split gown.
The Celebrity Juice star is known for dressing her curvaceous figure in an elegant and fashionable way.
For this eventful trip down the red carpet, her nipples became clearly visible under the thin black fabric.
She teamed the revealing number with a gold chain belt and coloured her lips and nails a bright ruby red.
Her hair fell softly in Hollywood-style loose curls over one shoulder.
She topped off her look with a black sparkly Sunita Mukhi clutch bag and towering strappy heels.
Coronation Street was the main winner at the star-studded event, taking home Best Serial Drama and Best Serial Drama Performance for the character of the much-loved Hayley Cropper.
Strictly Come Dancing won the highly-competitive Best Talent Show category while presenting duo Ant and Dec took home the award for the Best Entertainment Presenter.
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