brian-mcgee - February 13, 2018
The term "wardrobe malfunction" started as a diplomatic way for Justin Timberlake to excuse his planned titty pop with Janet Jackson. There's no way that didn't go exactly as planned. I think the only time the phrase wardrobe malfunction should be used is when there's an honest to goodness accidental quality to it.
Take the way Simone Reed's breasts just popped right out of this dress for example. That's a wardrobe malfunction in my book, any way you slice it. You may argue that she knew this dress wouldn't adequately contain her breasts, and you might be right, but from where I'm standing, that doesn't look like the face of someone who knew her tit was about to pop out.
I suppose, when you really stop and think about it, it doesn't matter if the malfunction was planned or accidental. All that matters is that a malfunction of some sort occurred in order to show us a famous person's breasts. And what more can you ask for in life than that? If you said, "honestly, not much else," you've got your priorities in line. Way to go!
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