Tara Reid’s Wardrobe Malfunction Was One of the Worst in Hollywood

Tara Reid started acting at the young age of 6 and became a regular of Child’s Play. She also appeared in several commercials, and became part of the 1990’s TV series Saved by the Bell: The New Class. While she has appeared on various films prior to landing a role in the 1999 hit movie American Pie, it was in the latter film that she gained mainstream popularity. Aside from that, she also became popular because of her nip slip. This Tara Reid wardrobe malfunction was considered as one of the worst in Hollywood.

In 2004, Tara Reid attended the 35th star-studded birthday bash of singer, songwriter, and rapper Sean Combs or better known as P. Diddy wearing a plunging black gown.



She posed for the red carpet and while the paparazzi were taking photos of her, she didn’t notice the left sleeve of her gown was slipping.

She was still all smiles as she had no idea that her left breast was totally exposed and that cameras already have took several shots of it.

It took about 10 seconds of breast exposure before she realized what happened after an assistant on the red carpet helped get her sleeve back up.

In an interview, Reid said that she was devastated about the accidental nip slip and felt that the photographers were disrespectful laughing and giving high-fives, instead of letting her know about the wardrobe malfunction.

Her nipple also got huge attention and criticism because of its odd shape. Instead of being circular, it had an irregular form.

The actress later opened up on how she felt bad about how her nipple looked after a botched breast enhancement and even felt worse when the public saw what she wanted to hide.

She also had a liposuction from the same doctor who did her breast enhancement, but also got a bad result. Her tummy became saggy after that.

Reid decided to go under the knife again, this time with a certified plastic surgeon to fix her breasts and tummy and it was a success.

The American Pie actress is now back in the scene with four movies this year, including Beatrice, Talia Medici, Dr. Robertson, and Dallas.