Close call! Megan Fox wore nothing underneath her tuxedo jacket in NYC on Nov. 28 and it led her to have a slight wardrobe malfunction in the ensemble. Check it out here!
Megan Fox, 32, flashed the camera more than the sparkles on her tuxedo jacket! The New Girl actress wore a sequined pantsuit for her visit to Watch What Happens Live! on Nov. 28, but her outfit wasn’t all business. She ditched a bra for her trip to the talk show, so her cleavage was the focal point underneath the co-ord’s blazer! While Megan tried to prevent a nip slip from happening by firmly laying her hand on top of the jacket, she flashed a bit of nipple at one point, while cameras were flashing away.
Of course, Megan kept it cool, even though a slip-up happened. The raven haired beauty later posed for an Instagram Boomerang with Tyra Banks, 44, and had another close call with a wardrobe malfunction…that time, on purpose! She grabbed the lapels of her tuxedo jacket and pulled them apart, revealing even more cleavage for the camera. Now a mother of three sons (Noah, 6, Bodhi, 4, and Journey, 2), the lead of Jennifer’s Body proved she’s still one hot mama.
After her trip to Andy Cohen’s show, Megan got in the holiday spirit and stopped by one of America’s biggest Christmas events. You guessed it– the lighting of the massive tree in New York City’s Rockefeller Center. See pictures of NYC’s annual tradition, here! But the actress hasn’t been hanging around the big city too much. She has put acting on the back burner to host and executive produce a show on the Travel Channel, Legends of the Lost With Megan Fox, which will premiere on Dec. 4. The first episode will show her unpacking theories about female warriors in Scandinavia and England!
The Travel Channel gig is a 180 from Megan’s usual track of big screen projects. She’s even admitted to this, but insists that “archaeology and antiquities” is her raison d’etre. “There was a general sense of disbelief that this is something I’m genuinely passionate about,” Megan told Entertainment Weekly in an interview published on Nov. 27. “And then, depending on which topic and which thing we’re discussing, I can be quite knowledgeable on archaeology and antiquities, and I think that was also really surprising for people.”