Chrissy Teigen's Hilarious Reaction to Wardrobe Malfunction

Chrissy Teigen's Hilarious Reaction to Wardrobe Malfunction

Then, they made sure to rub it in her face by sending it to her on Twitter!

Chrissy Teigen accidentally exposed her nipple during coverage of the Super Bowl. Well, except for the millions of dollars and adoring fans.

She wore a camel-coloured jacket with a sheer top underneath.

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Tom Brady picked up SuperBowl MVP on Sunday night after leading the Patriots to a major victory against the Atlanta Falcons, but we'd say Chrissy Teigen's nipple was the real MVP of the night.

"Ummmmm the press box ain't save you..." said the user.

"Boom goes the dynamite", she tweeted to fan who had sent her a zoomed in video of the wardrobe malfunction.

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Followers of the social media guru also responded, many in sarcasm.

"Hi Houston, New Yorker here, it's actually pronounced house-ton I'm drunk", she continued about the game's host city. Luckily, the supermodel has a good sense of humor, and she totally laughed off the wardrobe malfunction on Twitter! And supposedly when non-New Yorkers responded with confusion, she replied, "Oh my god there is a street in NY pronounced House-ton and everyone says Houston and New Yorkers love correcting people AHHHHHHH".

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