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Jennifer Lopez Has Oscars Nip Slip PHOTO

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Oh, the irony of it! Jennifer Lopez appears to have had a nip slip on stage while presenting the Academy Award (better known as the Oscar) for…wait for it… Best Costume Design. Lopez’s beautiful white dress was so dangerously low-cut that it seems part of her left nipple was exposed while she stood at the podium alongside Cameron Diaz.

The two ladies thankfully had their backs to the audience (OK, so I know you’re not really thankful) when Jennifer seems to have an even bigger breast spillage than the one that appeared on TV. Jennifer and Cameron spent a good few moments apparently correcting the cheeky wardrobe malfunction before turning around.

But a full frontal few of Jennifer revealed an area of interest remaining in her left breast area.

The singer-actress’s stylist, Mariel Haenn, maintains that there was no nip slip, tweeting, “@JLo’s dress did give illusion! jokes on every1 who thought they saw something!”

She added, “The Oscar dress was custom made for @JLo by Zuhair Murad. The dress fit perfectly to her every inch. There were cups built in …and in NO chance that there were any, how do you say? @JLo ‘slips’ :)

Hmmm well, if you say so…but check out our photo, and let us know what you think!

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