Ferne McCann Laughs Off Sheer Dress Wardrobe Malfunction

The former 'TOWIE' star fell victim to the dreaded flashbulb-flash.

A wardrobe malfunction on a red carpet can be a celebrity's worst nightmare, but Ferne McCann proved what a good sport she was, after she suffered a rather unfortunate incident on Tuesday night (22 March).

The former 'TOWIE' and 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' star fell victim to the dreaded flashbulb-flash, but fortunately saw the funny side of the potentially embarrassing moment.

<strong>Ferne McCann suffered an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction</strong>
Ferne McCann suffered an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction
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Ferne was left blushing when she stepped out at the 'Batman v. Superman' premiere wearing a sheer dress, that went completely see-through by the paparazzi's dazzling flashes.

<strong>The star was posing on the red carpet of the 'Batman V Superman' premiere</strong>
The star was posing on the red carpet of the 'Batman V Superman' premiere
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After getting home and seeing some of the pictures that had been taken of her, she realised what the lighting had done to her outfit.

Taking to Instagram, she wrote: "Note 2 self...perhaps take a photo with a flash before you leave the house. My whole dress from @spottedonceleb went sheer. Fabulous evening none the less."

Ferne, who now has a regular showbiz segment on 'This Morning', recently revealed that she has been learning to drive a bus.

She shared her joy at obtaining her licence last week, tweeting: "I can't believe I did it. This morning I passed my bus driving test. I officially can drive a bus legally on the roads. I started this challenge 12 days ago. Worked hard, put my mind to it & passed!

"The reason behind getting my license is 2 encourage women 2 consider bus driving. Why not? So I put myself in the driving seat #stagecoach."

She added in a statement: "I'm so proud of myself – I never thought in a million years that I would have the chance to even drive a bus and now I can say I've actually officially gained my bus driving licence.

"It's been a fantastic experience and I've had a brilliant time getting to know Yvonne and the team at Stagecoach. I had no idea how much work goes into running buses. I take my hat off to the drivers I've met and I really hope my involvement has made more women think about bus driving as a career option."

Rosario Dawson

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