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Quelle Horror! The Best Celebrity Wardrobe Malfunctions

Incredible beauty. Massive earning potential.  Free designer clothes. There are a lot of reasons to dislike the famous, or rather, infamous.  Here are ten reasons to rethink your position:

Alexandra Kerry, daughter of John Kerry and Theresa Heinz Kerry needs a stylist stat to explain the ‘camera flash transparency’ issue.

Reality star Frankel, who recently sold her “Skinnygirl” beverage brand for $100 million dollars revealed the secret to her success; Spanks.

Soon to retire Today Show co-cost Meredith Viera gave her viewers the best bon voyage gift.

No stranger to shock appeal, Lady Gaga not only showed her little lady, but a salacious body piercing as well. We’ll leave it for you to put together.

Jen Garner shows why low waist jeans are so over. No one likes a plumber butt. Not even Ben Affleck.

Ginger Spice, Geri Halliwell, could have used some underwear, or, a little less wind

Funk songstress, Janelle Monáe, seems to have forgotten to zip up. Classic. If I had $.05 for every time this has happened to me, I would have a totally empty wallet.

Gossip Girl actor Ed Westwick reveals even men can commit the nipslip. Scoop neck tees and the male gender do not mix.

Harry Potter s Emma Watson brings the sexy to Hogwarts.  With stylists paid thousands of dollars to dress their celebrity clients, its inexplicable how a big safety pin was missed here.

Repeat offender Lady Gaga isn’t even close to covering her nips at the 2011 CFDA awards where she was given the Icon fashion award.

Post awards she changed into this, which may in fact earn her the award for WORST STATEMENT EVER:

Pasties and a g-string at the Standard Hotel. Only Lady G

Finally,  Nancy Grace was able to bring in some the highest ratings yet on Dancing with the Stars with the indecent exposure.  Subjecting America to this is equally a mishandling of justice as the Amanda Knox debacle. Oh, if only ABC could get Suze Orman on the show to do a repeat nipslip. Just imagine, a detachable collar on a low cut ballroom gown.   Who would even focus on the musical group’s horrendous rendition of a top 40 song?