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With risqué outfits becoming the red carpet’s new normal, it’s little wonder we’re seeing more wardrobe malfunctions than ever before.

But when a star’s seemingly innocent outfit decides to reveal its wearer’s assets, you can’t help but feel mortified for the person involved.

On Sunday night actress Lake Bell was victimised by a seriously unfortunate wardrobe malfunction when the sophisticated looking gown she was wearing to the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony in LA decided to expose her to the event’s paparazzi.

As reported by the Mail Online, the 37-year-old Secret Life of Pets star was left looking naked from the waist down when the beaded fringing which covered her floor-length gown decided to swing upwards as she spun around.

While Lake did have underwear on (thank God), she did momentarily look like she’d gone commando as the thong she had on almost perfectly matched her skin tone.

Talk about a close call!

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Actress Lake Bell has welcomed her new arrival into the world. 

A rep for the actress confirmed that she gave birth to a baby girl, though no name has yet been reported. 

This is the first child for Lake and her husband, celebrity tattoo artist, Scott Campbell. 

Scott and Lake were married last June in New Orleans after a year-long engagement. 

The Million Dollar Arm star showed off her nursery, which was under construction, on Instagram two months ago, writing: “Everything is ready to go! Sterile, chillaxing, serene….Hope baby comes early! #hopebabyunderstandssarcasm.”

Congratulations to the happy couple on their wonderful new arrival. 

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