Nancy Grace Denies Nipple Slip, Do You Believe Her?

Sadly, I was not watching Dancing With The Stars last night when Nancy Grace’s nipple supposedly made an appearance. Luckily, I have Twitter and was updated by shocked, appalled and pleased users who caught the wardrobe malfunction live. Countless sources had a screenshot up within the hour, and I looked at damn near every one of them before concluding, the nipple did make an appearance. You just never see accidental nudity coming from someone like Nancy Grace, but if you believe the talk show host herself, there wasn’t even any actual nudity.

She's claiming the colored area sticking out of her top was a pasty. She later clarified her opinion to Entertainment Weekly

“When we were doing our hop scotch portion of our dance, there was a little bit of movement but it did not rise to a wardrobe malfunction. We have got every precaution known to man in this dress right here. I’m talking industrial strength precautions. So there may have been a little bit of, as Tristan said, jiggling.”

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I’m not so convinced. No doubt Grace was wearing more than her share of coverings, but you never know how bras are going to respond to heated dancing. Take a look at the picture for yourself…

Something is definitely poking out of that top. Nancy would have you believe it’s yet another layer of covering, but I beg to differ. Maybe I’m just an optimist, but I like the thought of someone as serious and ranty as Nancy Grace slipping down to Nicki Minaj’s level. What do you think? Pasty or nipple? Sound off by voting in the poll below…

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