Bella Hadid’s nipples popped out during the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show
She took it in stride
The only thing worse than falling during the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which model Ming Xi did earlier today, is having a full on nip-slip at the front of the runway.
And the only thing worse than a full on nip-slip is two full on nip-slips, with your parents watching from the front row.
Today, that happened to our favorite Angel, Bella Hadid.
While raising her arms in her signature silver lingerie look, the model's top slipped down and the audience got a bit more than they bargained for.
Of course, these people are at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show so they knew what they were getting themselves into.
And the model is no stranger to nipples in high fashion — she's even been known to hit the streets in entirely sheer tops.
— Celebrity Nip Slips (@Celeb_NipSlip) September 6, 2017
But either way, nobody wants their dad seeing or thinking about that.
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