'Do Something' Singer Britney Spears Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction; Handles it like a Pro

Updated On 15 Jul, 2018 Published On

The Do Something singer Britney Spears is unstoppable when it comes to her concerts. The 36 years' old had her dress slip up revealing her nipples while performing in Maryland on Friday

Britney was performing her song, Do Something in her Piece of Me concert at the MGM National Harbor Stadium in Oxon Hill, Maryland when one of her nipples was revealed until a couple of minutes this Friday, July 13.

CAPTION: Britney Spears during her Piece of Me Tour SOURCE: Metro

The major wardrobe malfunction during her performance was caused by a readjustment of her black bra which popped one of her nipples out of her undergarment.

The malfunction remained unnoticed until later as not a single dancer on stage noticed her mishap. 

A video captured by one of the fans saw the mother of two adjust her Marco Morante black bra halfway through her performance of Do Something. But, unknown to her, the adjustment just didn't work as she went on to perform for a couple of minutes with her nipple on the show. 

YouTube: A fan-filmed video of Britney Spears' nip slip

Well, this is not the first time malfunctions happened to Britney. In February 2017, her nipples were revealed through a mishap in her plunging green leotard. Similarly, in 2016, her top came off her chest revealing her breast. 

These kinds of malfunctions could happen to anyone. Recently, the wife of John Legend, Chrissy Teigen also suffered from a nip slip during the super bowl

A similar kind of incident occurred to Bella Hadid. As she was walking at the ramp for her Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, she suffered a double nipple slip

CAPTION: Bella Hadid's Double Nip Slip SOURCE:

The pop star started out her Piece of Me tour to a fully sold out arena in Washing DC on Thursday night. 

When the ET Online caught up with the pop star, she revealed that she was getting in shape for her 30-show tour. She is getting ready for the show with workouts and balanced diets.