Emily Ratajkowski handles wardrobe malfunction like a pro after 'dancing out of her top' at the VMAs

Emily Ratajkowski wasn't fazed one bit when her halter neck top rode up while she was on camera.

Emily Ratajkowski has handled her wardrobe malfunction like a pro, after a video emerged online showing her ‘dancing out of her dress’.

The 32-year-old model stunned at the MTV VMAs yesterday, arriving on the red carpet wearing a cut-out Jean Paul Gaultier handkerchief dress.

Emily Ratajkowski at the MTV VMAs
Emily Ratajkowski appeared on the red carpet at the VMAs. Photo: Getty Images

The dress featured a halter neck detail, with a crisscross detail neckline and a scalloped skirt.

However, eagle-eyed fans were out in force on the night, with a Twitter user uploading a video of Emily adjusting her top after it rode up from all of her dancing.


Later in the night, Emily appeared on stage to introduce Karol G ahead of her performance.

It was the first time Emily had attended the awards show since 2015 when she wore a stunning black dress with matching thigh-high boots.

Emily Ratajkowski wearing Jean Paul Gaultier at the MTV VMAs
The 32-year-old looked stunning in a Jean Paul Gaultier handkerchief dress. Photo: Getty Images

Emily Ratajkoswki's career timeline

Emily hit the big time after appearing on Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video in 2013.

She went on to become a highly successful model and appeared in a number of films, including the 2014 thriller Gone Girl and Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty.

Her last film credit was in 2018, after which she decided to quit acting to focus on modelling, parenting, hosting her own podcast and becoming an author.

In 2021, Emily opened up about the reason she stepped away from acting, saying there was a lack of opportunity for her to become a "serious actress with longevity”.

"I didn't feel like, 'Oh, I'm an artist performing and this is my outlet.' I felt like a piece of meat who people were judging, saying, 'Does she have anything else other than her [breasts]?' " she told The Los Angeles Times.

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