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September 30, 2011


Nancy Grace suffers an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as her dress slips down on Dancing with the Stars

(Thanks to John Gregg)


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I would like to warn everyone that if you don't want to see Nancy Grace's nipple you shouldn't click on that link. *SMACKS* Dave for not warning me that naked parts of Nancy Grace are visible. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go poke out my eyes.

This has roots tracing back to that 'wombshifter' story.

what nipple? i didn't see any nipple.

what a gyp.

Her right hooter, mudstuffin.

He seemed to be smiling pretty good while he dipped her.

Her dress didn't slip.
She outgrew it.

Steve, time has not been kind to Nancy. I remember when defense attorneys would complain to the judge about the short skirts she would wear while prosecuting a case as being too distracting to the men on the jury. Back then they were right.

t!t mom

To be a worthwhile malfunction it has to show the part in a recognizable and desirable manner. Not a half a squashed something.

I agree, cindy. I don't want to look at her dressed, let alone otherwise.

Those pictures remind me of the old expression "five pounds of ...in a three pound bag."

I think I might be traumatized for life.

For some reason that scene in Fantasia with the dancing hippos springs unbidden to mind.....

Tuck that nip!

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