AceShowbiz - Erika Jayne could not help but burst into laughter following a recent wardrobe malfunction. While making an appearance during the BravoCon 2023 panel, the star of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" suffered a fashion faux pas in front of the audience.
The wardrobe mishap happened on stage at Caesar's Forum in Las Vegas on Sunday, November 5. The 52-year-old Bravolebrity was showing off her dance moves from her Las Vegas residency shows after discussing the gigs with her creative director Mikey Minden. While performing her choreography in front of 20 Bravo's fans and other attendees, she accidentally exposed her chest as the upper part of her bodysuit moved from its place.
At one point, the "Party People (Ignite the World)" singer could be heard saying, "Apparently my boob popped out." Instead of letting it ruin the show, she laughed it off. Later on, she voiced her appreciation to one of the fans "for noticing" the wardrobe malfunction.
For the event, Erika opted to wear a sizzling long black bodysuit that came with a plunging neckline and several sheer veils around her body parts, including waists and thighs. She completed the look with a pair of black pointed-toe high heels and small silver hoop earrings. Her long blonde hair was styled into waves.
During the panel, it was announced that Erika has a new two-part documentary spin-off series, which is set to be released in Spring 2024. The documentary, "Erika Jayne: Bet It All on Blonde", follows her journey for her Las Vegas residency shows "Bet It All on Blonde" that are held on select weekends at the House of Blues inside Mandalay Bay through December 16.
Speaking to Deadline about her upcoming documentary series, the "One Hot Pleasure" songstress stated, "I'm excited because it's the runup to my show 'Bet It All on Blonde' here in Las Vegas, my residency here." She went on to tease, "You get to see me in a different light, a different world, the performance world, and I am super excited."
Erika also told PEOPLE about the series, "It was a great blessing to do. To really follow the process, it's emotional, it's intimate and it's rewarding at the end. It feels really good." She added, "In the darkest of times I never thought that there's a moment, and I think I speak about it in the doc, where I didn't know if being back on stage was even possible. And here I am in the biggest show of my life. So that just shows you how quickly things can turn around."