It took her a while to notice.
It took her a while to notice.

Britney suffers on-stage wardrobe malfunction

BRITNEY Spears has suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction while performing on her Piece of Me tour.

The singer, 36, accidentally showed the audience a little more of her cleavage than she had anticipated when a nipple popped out of her top, The Sun reports.

For the second night of her tour, at the National Theater inside MGM National Harbor in Maryland, the mum-of-two showed off her incredible body in an eye-catching black bondage-inspired outfit as she danced on stage.

However, as a host of male backing dancers twirled around her, the pop star showed more than she bargained for.

Spears failed to notice the wardrobe malfunction and didn’t readjust her Marco Morante-designed bra for a whole two minutes.

The moment was caught on camera by fan Salvatore Bellamo and shared to YouTube.

Spears kicked off her tour in style last week, performing in a skimpy black leotard, black boots, and brandishing a whip.

She has been working out hard in preparation for the tour and her efforts have clearly paid off.

Piece of Me is the Circus hitmaker’s ninth tour and first travelling concert in six years after finishing her residency in Las Vegas in 2017.

Spears will be travelling around North America and Europe during her highly-anticipated comeback with stops including the UK, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Ireland and France.

This story originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.



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