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WWE Brie Bella Wardrobe Malfunction [PHOTO]: Diva Apologizes For Revealing Slip On Monday Night Raw

Raimundo Ortiz
By Raimundo Ortiz @AroundtheMundo
on Jul 23, 2013 10:03 AM EDT
Bella Twins
WWE Divas the Bella twins, Nikki (left) and Brie (right) return to E! on Sunday night. (Photo : Youtube)

 

WWE's Monday Night Raw always provides high-octane entertainment, and has been known to push boundaries. Last night, however, WWE unintentionally pushed the envelope in an embarrassing direction when Brie Bella had a minutes-long wardrobe malfunction.

NSFW photos of Brie Bella's wardrobe malfunction here

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Brie, half of the WWE's wildly popular Diva combo The Bella Twins, was in a black dress that hung off one of her breasts a bit too loosely. Her left nipple was exposed on camera for much of their microphone time, only for Brie to realize it later on and eventually tweet an apology.

Brie tweeted, "I apologize 4 my wardrobe malfunction I'm embarrassed & it looks as though the humidity made my tape come off You'll never see that again! B."

It isn't the first time privates have been exposed on Monday Night Raw. On a 2006 edition then-WWE Diva Lita and her on-screen boyfriend Edge, who has since retired due to a neck injury, participated in a live "sex party." While they did not actually have intercourse, Lita's breast was exposed for a split second on camera, causing controversy.

Bella's clothing mishap was not the only major event on last night's broadcast. Daniel Bryan, arguably the most popular superstar in WWE right now officially signed his contract to face John Cena at Summerslam.

World Heavyweight champion Alberto Del Rio defended his title against Sheamus, brutally attacking Sheamus' bad leg and eventually emerging victorious after a surprise roll-up pin.

Mark Henry called out The Shield, challenging them to attack him again, and was joined by The Usos when The Shield answered the call. Dolph Ziggler knocked off Darren Young, then eluded a surprise attack from former friend Big E. Langston.

Later on Cody Rhodes beat Fandango, CM Punk called out former manager Paul Heyman and his beast Brock Lesnar and Rob Van Dam topped Wade Barrett.

Finally, Bryan proved his mettle by surviving a gauntlet against Jack Swagger, Antonio Cesaro and Ryback. The last win was by disqualification however; Ryback eschewed a victory in favor of inflicting maximum pain. He was DQ'd for powerbombing Bryan through a table outside the ring.

 

 

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