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Halle Berry shrugs off wardrobe malfunction on Instagram Live: ‘I’m having a Janet Jackson moment’

Halle Berry was totally unfazed when she had a ‘Janet Jackson moment’ during her latest episode of Bad and Booshy on Instagram Live.

The Hollywood actress and her best friend of two decades, Lindsay Flores, returned for the sixth episode of the IGTV show on Thursday as the tipsy stars discussed pregnancy and motherhood.

Flores joked that Berry, who is mom to daughter Nahla, 12, and son Maceo, 7, had perfect pregnancies as she stated: ‘You were the goddess of love and creation floating through the earth, beautiful, glowing earth mama, never in any discomfort, never got fat…’

‘I felt sexy every single day, I was walking around naked,’ Halle responded.

Flores then looked to the camera to confirm that statement was true as she said: ‘She was, she was naked all the time.’

As the BFF’s joked around during the chat, the Oscar-winning actress failed that her top had slipped down and put her bra on full display.

She couldn’t help but laugh when realized and stated: ‘What the hell happened? I’m having a Janet Jackson moment! It was really by accident, I understand, I’m with you J.’

The comment was in reference to Janet Jackson’s unfortunate nip slip in 2004 in 2004 during her Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show performance with Justin Timberlake.

Every year since, the Super Bowl is nicknamed ‘Janet Jackson Appreciation Day’ by fans of the pop icon who feel she received the brunt of the backlash.

Jackson’s breast became exposed revealing a nipple shield after her top was ripped by Timberlake during their performance. It blew up into arguably the biggest halftime show controversy in history and CBS, which aired the Super Bowl, were fined $550,000 (£398,000).

 

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