Thursday, July 9, 2009

Emma Watson Wardrobe Malfunction is "Harry Potter" Premiere Event

Emma Watson Wardrobe Malfunction is "Harry Potter" Premiere Event

Classier Than Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus and Their Neverending Wardrobe Malfunctions
Emma Watson is now apparently fair game for the wardrobe malfunction hunters, now that she's of age. The 19-year-old showed up at the London premiere for "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" in a floor-length gown. She posed for pictures with her co-stars, Rupert Grint and Danielle
Emma Watson Wardrobe Malfunction is "Harry Potter" Premiere Event
 Radcliffe, on the red carpet during the rain-soaked affair. But it wasn't until Emma Watson, who plays Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" movies, was getting cozy with fans and signing autographs that she had her wardrobe malfunction (courtesy of The Mirror), which, of course, was caught on camera.

It is certain that the young starlet made a few fans outing a bit more memorable (no wand jokes, please). It isn't every day that you get to see Emma Watson flashing flesh-colored panties. (For her sake, it is a good thing she wasn't stark naked.) However, some of her poses and pictures for Chanel are probably more risqué than her little wardrobe malfunction Tuesday.

Have you ever noticed (he said in his very best Andy Rooney impersonation -- which sounds more like sickly Mr. Rogers) that wardrobe malfunctions are just about everywhere these days? And have you ever noticed that just about every other one seems to be of Britney Spears or Miley Cyrus?

So perhaps we should all probably thank Emma Watson for snagging the front of her dress just so we wouldn't have to endure another wardrobe malfunction by the over-exposed Britney Spears (and way too-over-exposed Miley Cyrus, who is just 16 years old). And it was rather charming to see a young lady look a bit abashed at her uncooperative clothing.

And it is probably safe to say that Emma Watson probably won't be wearing any more long-wrap dresses to "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" premieres.

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