Miss California USA Contestant Flashes Boobs; Loses Bikini Top on Swimsuit Competition [WATCH VIDEO]

By DV Pre | 3 years ago
Miss California USA Contestant Flashes Boobs; Loses Bikini Top on Swimsuit Competition [WATCH VIDEO]
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Miss Beverly Hills Chanelle Riggan suffered from a major wardrobe malfunction and accidentally flashed her breasts during the Miss California USA bikini competition. Yikes.

According to Gossip Cop, while competing to become Miss California, Riggan accidentally exposed her breasts when she removed her cover-up. Apparently, her bikini top came with it.

Check out the video of Riggan losing her bikini top below:

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To the beauty queen’s credit, Riggan held her head up high, smiled and just laughed at the embarrassing wardrobe malfunction. She pulled the tiny pink bikini top back over her breasts and held the strings behind her back and sashayed like nothing happen. The audience gave loud round of applause for the blonde beauty’s confidence. She eventually advanced past the swimsuit round.

Unfortunately, flashing her breasts did not help her win the coveted crown. In the end, she placed fourth runner up.

Speaking of beauty pageants, the 63rd Miss Universe just came to an end last Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. Miss Colombia Paulina Vega was crowned Miss Universe 2015, beating 88 other beauty queens, including first runner-up Miss USA Nia Sanchez.

As previously reported by HollywoodLife.com, the contestants also showed off their toned physique in a pink bikini while Prince Royale sang “Stuck On a Feelin’” and “Darte Un Beso.” Thankfully, the swimsuit competition in the Miss Universe 2015 went without a glitch.

In any beauty pageant, the swimsuit competition is always one of the most popular segments. But not in Miss World! According to E! News, the pageant’s organizers had decided that Miss World would no longer feature a swimsuit competition.

“It’s not just a beauty contest, it’s ‘beauty with a purpose’. There didn’t seem to be a purpose to have the swimsuit,” said Chris Wilmer, the national director of Miss World America/Miss United States organization.

Do you think beauty pageants should do away with the swimsuit competition segment to prevent any wardrobe malfunction from happening? Sound off in the comments below.

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