RIHANNA almost popped out of her gown at the London premiere for Ocean’s 8.
The chart-topping singer portrays tech genius Nine Ball in her latest big screen jaunt, and it seems Rihanna’s luck almost ran out when her dress failed her, The Sun reports.
Rihanna jetted into London for the red carpet premiere.
The SOS singer donned a golden metallic gown with an off-the-shoulder design that showcased her intricate tattoos.
She was joined by co-stars Cate Blanchett, Sandra Bullock, Mindy Kaling, Helena Bonham Carter and Sarah Paulson.
Ocean’s 8 London premiere
But it was 30-year-old Rihanna who attracted the most attention, flashing a lot more shoulder than expected as she exposed her right breast to the legion of fans and photographers at the A-list event.
Fashionista Rihanna smirked as she looked down to check the damage.
The singer remained calm and incorporated the fashion fail into a sassy hand-on-the-hip red carpet pose.
As her breast risked falling out again, Rihanna leaned back and clutched her clutch before heading into the cinema.
Rihanna made headlines earlier this year when the singer opened up about her past relationship with rapper Drake in an interview and admitted the pair are no longer pals.
She was handed the prestigious Vanguard award at the MTV VMAs in 2016 and Drake took out a billboard to congratulate her before confessing his undying love for Rihanna live on television.
But she found the whole situation difficult, saying: “The VMAs is such a fan-focused awards show, so having that energy around me, and knowing the people who had received that award in the past, made it feel like a big deal.
“Waiting through that speech was probably the most uncomfortable part. I don’t like too many compliments; I don’t like to be put on blast.”
When asked about any friendship with Drake, she added: “We don’t have a friendship now, but we’re not enemies either. It is what it is.”
This story originally appeared on The Sun and is republished here with permission.
Originally published as Rihanna’s wardrobe malfunction