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My costume opened up': Gabriella Papadakis flashes nipple after suffering wardrobe malfunction during Performance.



Watch the video from a beautiful dance to oops moments.

Gabriella Papadakis

Gabriella Papadakis

The worst nightmare for an Olympic athlete is to have something go wrong right at the moment of the performance for which they have been preparing for months altogether! This nightmare turned into reality for French ice skater Gabriella Papadakis, who suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction during an ice dancing routine at the Winter Olympics.

What Actually Happened

What Actually Happened

This happened at the Gangneung Ice Arena when her dance partner Guillaume Cizeron twirled her around during their performance leaving Papadakis' left nipple exposed for all to see.

She described this incident as the worst nightmare for her. Further, she said, “It was difficult. It’s the first time that something like that happened. I tried to stay focused and finish without anything else happening.”

Go ahead to watch the video of the beautiful performance that turned out to her worst nightmare!

The Video Of Their Performance



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