Nancy Grace, the American lawyer and television star, continues to deny she suffered a 'wardrobe malfunction' during her performance on Monday's Dancing With The Stars, despite video evidence suggesting otherwise, reports The Wrap.
Following her routine with professional partner Tristan Macmanus, the camera quickly panned away as Tom Bergeron was heard to say, "Let me help you out there. On the European version that would be perfectly fine". Nancy immediately denied she had experienced difficulties with her dress. In her defence, the lawyer claims to have been wearing "breast petals" during the performance. She tweeted a picture of the petals, with the caption, "Evidence re my alleged 'wardrobe malfunction' which I vehemently deny: Breast Petals & industrial strength bra". Despite her alleged mishap, Grace was saved from elimination, with the Italian model and actress Elisabetta Canalis getting the boot instead. Cher's son Chaz Bono was expected to be eliminated after a lacklustre routine, after which he complained of a troublesome knee. 'The Hills' star Kristin Cavallari is regarded as the favourite to win this year's competition.
Grace is perhaps best known as the host of 'Nancy Grace', nightly celebrity news and current affairs show on HLN.