Here's How Priyanka Chopra Escaped A Major Blunder Due To Wardrobe Malfunction During Her Miss World 2000 Victory

Priyanka Chopra recently opened up on a wardrobe malfunction she suffered during her Miss World 2000 victory ceremony and explained how she escaped a blunder

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Here's How Priyanka Chopra Escaped A Major Blunder Due To Wardrobe Malfunction During Her Miss World 2000 Victory
Priyanka Chopra made the country proud when she won the Miss World crown in the year 2000. Her picture pulling off a graceful namaste as she marked her victory is still fresh in everyone's minds. Well, little did we know that her namaste was a way to avoid an embarrassing situation due to a wardrobe malfunction. In her recent interview with People Magazine, Priyanka Chopra Jonas narrated how she suffered a wardrobe malfunction as the tape her dress was attached to came off.

The actress was quoted saying, "In the year 2000, I won Miss World and my dress was taped on to me. By the time I won at the end, I was stressing so much because it was so stressful that the entire tape came off. And the whole time I was doing my walk, I kept my hands like this in a ‘namaste’. People thought it was a namaste but it was actually holding my dress up." Such a smart move, we must say!

Another uncomfortable situation that Priyanka Chopra faced due to her dress was at Met Gala 2018. She shared that the corset she was wearing under her Ralph Lauren dress was so tight that she could barely eat. "It was this blood-red, Ralph Lauren, beautiful outfits with a 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. Obviously couldn’t eat too much that night," Priyanka was quoted saying.


It was recently that Priyanka Chopra celebrated 20 years of 20 years of Miss World crowning. 





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