Nancy Grace Wardrobe Malfunction: Breast Petals to the Rescue

If I wasn’t already Gay, I’m sure seeing Nancy Grace’s breasts or nipples on television would have done it….

Some things should never be inflicted on the viewing public no matter how much they deserve it.

Things like Snookie and Nancy Grace should be banned from viewing due to their negative cultural impacts on the masses.

I’ve never seen this show.  I avoid Nancy Grace (aka:  The Most Uptight White Woman Who Ever Lived)  like the plague, so I don’t know what happened….

And I don’t want to know what happened….

And I don’t care what happened….

Just keep Nancy Grace and her TaTa’s away from me!

Nancy Grace has added two more words to the denial of her much talked about wardrobe malfunction: breast petals.

Hours after Elisabetta Canalis and her partner were sent home from this season’s “Dancing with the Stars,” Grace took to Twitter to address her nip slip incident.

Nancy Grace took to Twitter to address her wardrobe malfunction incident, citing the use of of “breast petals.”

“Evidence re my alleged ‘wardrobe malfunction which I vehemently deny: Breast Petals & industrial strength bra,” Grace wrote, attaching a photo of said petals.

The petals, also known as pasties and nipple covers and usually made from silicon or nylon tricot material, are used to provide a smoother look, in addition to or in place of a regular bra.

Despite the use of her breast petals, Grace, 51, apparently showed a little too much skin during her jive performance with partner Tristan MacManus on Monday. Still, the television host and journalist stands by her claim.

“I was not flashing anybody . . . I think that when I did that backwards thing, there was a seismic shift, but I do not think there was a wardrobe malfunction,” Grace told Access Hollywood.

via Nancy Grace Wardrobe Malfunction: Breast Petals to the Rescue [PHOTO] – Entertainment & Stars.

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