As we continue our countdown of the 20 most popular posts on Mamamia this year, this particular post was one which almost BROKE the website.
When Mamamia radio host Em Rusciano admitted to the world that she’d accidentally flashed her nipples on the red carpet, you all jumped on line to take a squiz and give Em a message of ‘you’ll be right sista’.
This is Em at her hilarious best…
Number 17: ‘If you see my nipples, please tell me.’ By EM RUSCIANO
I am mortified.
I don’t quite know what to do at this point.
I have anxiety sweat coming from any place on my body that is in possession of a gland.
I have found myself in a situation that no mother of two should ever be in. I mean who the heck do I think I am?
Not only did I break my own rules, I have potentially scarred my children and anyone with eyes for a very long time.
Last night I attended a function: it was a tres posh affair at Melbourne’s Crown Casino to officially launch the Spring Racing Carnival.
I rushed home after finishing the radio show and quickly began doing all the things I needed to do post-school and pre-dinner. I harassed the girls for their lunch boxes, I put a load of washing on, did some food shopping and helped with homework. I then threw myself in the shower and surveyed my floor-drobe for a “cocktail” outfit..
I managed to dig out a black dress that had minimal staining and whacked it on. I almost gave up on clean underwear but managed to fling on a black g-string that was, by some miracle, clean.
I also had a stand-up gig after this function so I smashed my leotard, feather tail, cape, heels, fog machine and false eyelashes in my car. Mummy was stressed, busy and late.
I did my make-up on the way and got there only 5 minutes late. Dave Thornton was waiting for me, looking most dapper in a suit and for the first time that day I exhaled and looked forward to a glass of champagne.
When you arrive at these functions, you walk a red carpet and have photos taken. Dave and I did just that, I had my Megan Gale arm on and sucked everything I owned in.
After the photos we walked into the room and had a lovely time.
Little did I know what I had done, and the far-reaching consequences of that red carpet walk.