Emma Watson avoided an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction when the sleeve line of her low cut dress shifted and revealed a bit of her breast.
Emma Watson looked as gorgeous as ever for the premier of her new flick "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" at the Toronto International Film Festival. The "Harry Potter" star was however lucky enough to avoid an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction when the sleeve line of deep neck, beige flowing gown shifted a bit to the right revealing a tiny bit of her breast. Watson was quick to fix the malfunction which saved her a lot of embarrassment.
Apart from that, Watson looked lovely in her beige layered flowing gown. She tied her hair back in a tight bun and finished the look with red lipstick. A very matured look seemed apt considering Watson is looking to transform her image from the little Hermione in Harry Potter to the much matured Sam of The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
It is rather ironic that this near wardrobe malfunction incident came right after the actress spoke to Glamour Magazine about how she's quite paranoid about wardrobe malfunctions on the red carpet.
"Yeah, I have to (work with a stylist) at this point," she told the magazine. "When I was younger, I used to do it all myself, but I've had to get help because it's gotten to a stage where I can't show up in my Converses or whatever I bought from High Street.
Watson is very excited about her new film and is hoping the audience will love her just as much as they did in Harry Potter. Watson's friend co-stars and friends are sure her fans are going to love the new Watson as are in for a "pleasant surprise."
"Nobody has ever seen her in this kind of role-and with an American accent," costar Nina Dobrev said of Emma Watson at the film's premiere held during Toronto International Film Festival.
"She finished one chapter of her life, cut off her hair and embraced this new beginning. I think everyone is going to be very pleasantly surprised," Dobrev said.
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