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Charli XCX’s wardrobe malfunction while presenting at the ARIA Awards – Billboard

The bigger the stage, the more spectacular it is wardrobe malfunction.

Thanks to the magic of previous recordings, Charli XCX dodge her very own blooper when she presents at 2021 ARIA . Award.

Radiant British singer and producer virtual ceremony last Wednesday in Sydney to present the trophy for best pop song, collected by The Kid Laroi for the hit “Stay” with Justin Bieber.

For those who watched the stream, nothing out of the ordinary. But proving she’s a good sport, Charli (real name Charlotte Aitchison) has been sharing the raw footage on her social media.

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In the extended version, Charli puts her work in front of the camera before her dress drops to the left revealing more than she anticipated.

Charli laughed it off, and she was fine when her followers laughed at her.

She has much bigger things on her plate. Charli’s upcoming album, accident, will be released March 18 next year.

Upcoming episode includes the previously released song “New Shapes”, featuring Christine and the Queens and Caroline Polachek, and will include support from Rina Sawayama, Oneohtrix Point Never, AG Cook, The 1975’s George Daniel and Ariel Rechtsaid, etc.

The accident is a follow-up to the 2020 key release, How do I feel now?, reached the Top 40 in the UK and Australia, and peaked at number 111 on the Billboard 200.

https://www.billboard.com/music/music-news/charli-xcx-wardrobe-malfunction-aria-awards-1235003245/ Charli XCX’s wardrobe malfunction while presenting at the ARIA Awards – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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