Did Love Island’s Olivia Have A Wardrobe Malfunction On The Red Carpet?

Something awkward might have happened for the Love Island star at the Reality TV Awards. But she totally styled it out...

Last night was the National Reality Television Awards and, naturally, the event was filled with our favourite TV faces.

The stars of the small screen got their glam on for the red carpet.

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Fresh out of the tent, Great British Bake Off bae Mary Berry looked absolutely fabulous in a floor-length embellished pastel dress.

Yes Mary, we love to watch you work all those sparkles. And, of course, her blow-dry is on point, with every single hair in place.

Talk about a national treasure.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Nils Jorgensen/REX/Shutterstock (6047566b) Mary Berry National Reality TV Awards, London, UK - 29 Sep 2016 Annual ceremony which honours the best in reality shows from docu-soaps to social experiments and talk shows, at Porchester Hall, London.

The Love Island cast were also on top form.

Zara Holland looked amazing in halter neck navy dress, Terry Walsh in a navy patterned shirt paired with loafers and Alex Bowen is a smart black suit.


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Reality tv awards with my @oliviadbuck ??

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Alex and his girlfriend Olivia Buckland looked as loved-up as ever, making sure to share a cosy couple’s selfie with their doting Instagram fans, emojis and all.

Aw, you guys!

We were obsessed with Olivia’s plunging lace-up top and co-ordinating trousers, which displayed her tattoos perfectly.

However, it looks like Liv did suffer a slight wardrobe malfunction. As she posed up a storm for the cameras on the red carpet, she turned to the side and unwittingly flashed her nipple…

Although, giving us a brief glance at her cheeky piercing, perhaps she chose to #FreeTheNipple?

Either way, she looked incredible.

We’re all for a bit of female empowerment. And Olivia sure is one sassy lady.

By Catherine Delves