A lame excuse offered by a major television network after broadcasting nude images of a used singer.
Seeing Janet Jackson's Tits on National TV.
Term created by Justin Timberlake trying to be intelligent. He failed. Miserably.
"It was...*glances at cue card* a... wa... ar..... wardrobe mal.... malfunct.. wardrobe malfunction! Yeah! I can read!"
An incident in the 1970s on the popular game show "The Price is Right" in which a contestant named Yolanda Bowersley is called to Contestants Row and her tube top falls off, revealing her breasts.
Yolanda Bowersly, come on down! You're the first four con--OH MY GOODNESS, Yolanda's TOP CAME OFF!!!
Janet Jackson wasn't the first to experience a wardrobe malfunction.
An accidental or supposedly accidental failure of clothing to cover parts of the body intended to be covered.
Primarily used for referring to the exposure of breasts/areolae, but also acceptable for genitals, buttocks or underwear.
Her dress caught on the door knob and ripped. The resulting wardrobe malfunction was much to the delight of the guests. I bet she wished she had worn a bra and underwear under her dress.
word of the day: February 06, 2005
A euphemism for tearing clothes off another person's body. Infamously used by Justin Timberlake during a super bowl halftime show where he tore the clothes of Janet Jackson.
Justin Timberlake intentionally caused a wardrobe malfunction.
1. An excuse for uptight censors to impose "decency" on the public so they don't lose sponsors who push suggestive beer, car and lingirie ads on us.
2. An unintentionally funny explanation of VH1's future "most shocking TV moment." See also, "Soy Bomb."
Oh, no! A wardrobe malfunction! Let's call Mr. Coors and apologize for the indecency right away. Stern - you're fired!
a situation where a part of your clothing comes off, exposing one of your naughty bits
During SuperBowl halftime, Justin attempted to rip Janet's top off but only tore off the right side thus exposing one boob instead of both.