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Friday 22 August 2014

Jennifer Lopez 'laughs off' dress malfunction at Oscars

Jennifer Lopez and Cameron Diaz
Gwyneth Paltrow
HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 26: TV personality Kelly Ripa arrives at the 84th Annual Academy Awards held at the Hollywood & Highland Center on February 26, 2012 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Jennifer Lopez is said to have "laughed off" her apparent wardrobe malfunction on Oscars night.

The star caused a buzz on Twitter when she presented an award with Cameron Diaz and her daring dress seemingly revealed more than she intended.

Since the incident, fans and media have gone into overdrive to speculate whether they spotted an intimate part of the star's cleavage.

Jennifer's dresser Rob Zangardi personally zipped the Latina diva into the designer gown and denied this possibility.

He added that the 42-year-old star found the speculation hilarious.

"Rob tells us... he and fellow stylist Mariel Haenn personally informed Lopez about the buzz surrounding her areola during the outfit change... and J.Lo simply laughed it off," American website TMZ reports. "Rob says... Lopez then assured the team she was so tightly packed into her dress, there was no possible way a nip could've slipped. Rob's convinced it was a shadow from the lighting."

Jennifer's fashion adviser Mariel Haenn yesterday also denied the possibility of such a wardrobe malfunction. The style expert revealed that the sheer Zuhair Murad dress featured invisible built-in cups that kept everything in place.

Jennifer herself tweeted about the incident, referring her fans to her blog on which she said she discusses more important things.

"All the #Oscars talk is funny, but I've got plenty of other things to talk about," she wrote.

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