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Gomez on red carpet embarrassment

Published 26/06/2015

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez has opened up about how to handle an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet, insisting it’s best just to “laugh it off”.

The 22-year-old singer is known for looking absolutely stunning when she attends high-profile events.

But while Selena is more often featured on the best-dressed lists than worst-dressed, she’s no stranger to an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction.

“I was on a red carpet and my entire zipper broke and went all the way down and luckily there were a bunch of guys around me and I laughed and I was like ’give me your jacket’,” she told MTV News. “So I’m laughing while they’re taking pictures and putting their jacket on and then I’m like ’bye’ and then I run and then once we were back there I was having people sew me in.”

Regardless of the incident, Selena was determined to have a good time at the occasion. And she said the outfit error made her realise just how important it is to enjoy every moment life throws at you.

“I think when life comes at you with its worst, just come back at it with your best,” she said. “You got to laugh it off because nobody’s perfect.”

When it comes to her red carpet style, Selena usually goes for stunning gowns.

But as she headed out for a day of promo in New York earlier this week, Selena brought a unique twist to her monochrome ensemble by wearing her Balmain Bi-Colour crop top backwards.

She teamed the top, which drew attention to her washboard stomach and hourglass figure, with a pair of L’Agence black wide legged trousers and classic black pumps.

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