Priyanka Chopra Had Five Minutes To Fix Wardrobe Malfunction Before Her Cannes 2019 Red Carpet Appearance
Priyanka Chopra and her team had five minutes to avoid a wardrobe crisis at the 2019 Cannes Filmes Festival.
Priyanka Chopra had to be sewn into her dress after it split on the way to the venue.
The White Tiger star recalled how she was moments away from the red carpet at the Rocketman premiere at the Cannes Film Festival when the zipper on her Roberto Cavalli dress split and she had to be sewn into her gown in the five-minute car ride to the venue.
Taking to Instagram, she shared: "I may look chill on the outside here, but little did everyone know I had just been freaking out on the inside ...
"The delicate zipper to this vintage @roberto_cavalli dress broke as they were zipping it up minutes before I had to leave for the red carpet at Cannes last year. The solution? My amazing team had to sew me into the dress on the way in the 5 minute car ride! (sic)"
Wardrobe malfunction averted: Priyanka Chopra — in the Roberto Cavalli dress — at the 'Rocketman' premiere during the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
She recalled: "My second Met Gala outfit was this blood-red Ralph Lauren beautiful outfit with the gold hood. But the corset under that thing, I couldn't breathe. I felt like it reshaped my ribs. So hard to sit during dinner and I obviously couldn't eat too much during that night."
It is not the only wardrobe malfunction Priyanka has suffered in her career. Back in 2000 when she was crowned the winner of Miss World, she was reduced to having to hold up the gown she was wearing with her hand because it was falling off as the adhesive unstuck.
She added: "The year 2000 and I won Miss World, my dress was taped on to me. By the time I won at the end I was sweating so much because it was so stressful that the entire tape came off. The whole time while I was doing my walk or whatever when I won, I kept my hands like this in a namaste, which people thought was a namaste but actually was holding my dress up." — BANG
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