Paloma Faith suffers wardrobe malfunction during Royal Variety Performance

Singing sensation Paloma Faith suffered a slight wardrobe mishap during her performance at the Royal Variety Show. On Sunday night, the 42-year-old was one of the many acts who took to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall.

Treating ITV fans to a performance of her new single How You Leave A Man, the star was seen in a flowing bandage-style dress. In dramatic fashion, the singer was at a faux bus stop as she smashed the windows.

Toward the end of the song, she climbed on top of the bus stop as a gust of wind dramatically blew her hair. On her hands and knees, Palmoa continued to dance as her hair and dress blew from the fans.

However, whilst on the ground the singer’s Décolletage was a little too much on show. The slight mishap didn’t go unnoticed by viewers who were quick to point out the wardrobe malfunction.

Taking to Twitter to share their thoughts on the blunder, @chell1llewellyn commented: “Couldn’t quite concentrate on Paloma’s performance… don’t think her costume designer thought clearly on that one.”

@Diane_PB63 added: “RoyalVarietyPerformance Nearly out that dress.”

@freglin said: “I love Paloma, but I was worried her pavlovas were about to escape then!”

@thomasoxley tweeted: “B****y hell Paloma! Ya bazookas were nearly out then!!!”

@teenamassam added: “Love Paloma Faith but a very dramatic performance…[sic] #RoyalVarietyPerformance.”

However, @Spinkzilla complimented the star by tweeting: “Love me some Paloma.”

Paloma was just one of the stars who performed throughout the night as fans also got to see the likes of Mel C, McFly, Zara Larsson and Hannah Waddingham take to the stage.

Along with sensational singers, viewers were treated to a range of comedians, magicians and world-class theatre acts.

Fronting the entire night was ITV’s Bradley Walsh, who first took to the Royal Variety stage himself 30 years ago.

When asked what he was most looking forward to about the night, he replied: “I’m really looking forward to seeing the whole thing come together as I will be there from the start of rehearsals.

“It’s like being the captain of a whacking great big cruise ship, you’ve got to make sure you are liaising with the Producers and getting everything right on stage.

“To sit and watch rehearsals and see it all come together that’s the bit I really love. I love performing, I love the night but I also love seeing it all come together.”

The Royal Variety Performance is available to watch on ITVX.

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