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Stacy Keibler’s Fashion Boob: Shows Breast Tape on Red Carpet

Stacey Keibler stepped out with George Clooney last night for the red carpet Paris premiere of The Ides of March. At a quick glance, she looks fantastic. But there’s a problem. Look closer and you will see exactly what’s keeping up that cleavage.

Stacy Keibler inadvertently showed off her breast tape for photographers at the glamorous premiere. Even then, with it peeping out the top of her dress, it seems she didn’t use enough to create the décolletage needed to make that frock more than a frontal flop.

But they make quite a handsome couple, don’t they, George Clooney and Stacy Keibler? Just what was going on with that dress? I know Stacy’s tall… although I didn’t know George Clooney was as small as this photo makes him look. Well, according to Google, who knows all about this stuff, she’s a whole 0.25 inches taller than him.

But that long train of a dress is an accident waiting to happen. Did she forget her heels or was that dress intended for an even taller woman?

There was definitely some funny business going on along the bust line, too. Breast tape failure alert! Look close (it doesn’t have to be that close because we’ve enlarged it for you, below) and you’ll see there’s a whole lot of tape keeping those breasts up…not far enough to carry that dress off well!

All in all, I’d say Stacy Keibler’s a handsome woman who looks pretty good on the arm of hunky George Clooney. But she needs to pick her dresses a whole lot better. What say you guys?

Check out Stacy Keibler’s breast tape boob below.


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