Selena Gomez appeared on "The Kelly Clarkson Show."
Gomez said she had a wardrobe malfunction while attending and presenting at the 2022 Emmy Awards.
She told Clarkson that her dress kept riding up throughout the evening.
Selena Gomez recalled having a wardrobe malfunction while attending the 74th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Gomez, 30, shared details about the style mishap on Wednesday during an appearance on "The Kelly Clarkson Show." She wore a floor-length white Celine halter gown to the event.
"My dress was actually riding up the entire time, so a lot of people saw something they didn't want to see," Gomez explained.
Clarkson reassured Gomez that she looked "so radiant" wearing the gown.
At the 2022 Emmy Awards, Gomez joined her "Only Murders in the Building" costars, Steve Martin and Martin Short, onstage to present the Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Talk Series. Gomez also became the second Latina to be nominated for an outstanding comedy series as a producer. Variety reported that Gomez comes after Salma Hayek, who was nominated in 2007 as an executive producer for the ABC show "Ugly Betty."
Gomez has been candid about her fashion missteps, including in September 2021 when she discussed wearing fake tan that made her look "completely orange" at the 2018 Met Gala.
In February 2022, she went barefoot at the SAG Awards after her heels broke on the red carpet. Gomez poked fun at herself in an Instagram post following the event.
"Last night was such a magical one. I couldn't keep my heels on but I did manage to take a couple selfies," Gomez wrote.
More recently, Gomez opened up about her mental health in her new documentary titled "My Mind & Me" on Apple TV Plus. At one point during the documentary, Gomez criticized her body during a rehearsal for her "Revival" tour in 2016 and discussed her body image.
"It just sucks, all of it. It looks so bad. I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing," Gomez told her friend Raquelle Stevens. "So I get the voice that comes in my head that says, 'You missed this, that sucked, that sucked.' Oh, you get a glimpse of yourself on the screen, 'Wow, that looks pretty fucking shitty."
She added: "It sucks the life out of me and I don't wanna perform. The pressure is just overwhelming because I wanna do the best and I can."
Gomez's former assistant also said the "Lose You to Love Me" singer didn't "want to be alive" during the tour.
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