Whitney Port Faces Wardrobe Malfunction With Miami Boyfriend (PHOTOS)

By: , NewsOXY Reporter
01/30/2012 08:20 PM ET

Whitney Port almost suffers a wardrobe malfunction while vacationing in Miami with a new boyfriend.

Whitney Port Wardrobe Malfunction

The photos reveal that Whitney Port experienced a minor wardrobe malfunction in Miami last weekend when the top of her bathing suit fell off, but she was quick to retrieve the tiny piece, while soaking in the sun with a new boyfriend she's been dating since leaving Ben Nemtin.

The 26-year-old was thankfully quick to react when her cream-colored bandeau bikini top came undone while she was enjoying a swim in the resort pool. She might have been too busy to notice, after all. The former "The City" star kissed and cuddled with a mystery man the entire weekend, according to the Daily Mail.

The couple have been spotted together since last August.

Port previously dated "The Buried Life" star Ben Nemtin, 28, but the two split last June.

The term wardrobe malfunction was never used until Janet Jackson's incident occurred during the 2004 Super Bowl with Justin Timberlake. Many people believed that the entire scene was staged for live television. However, she has apologized repeatedly, stating that it was an accident and not something she would do intentional.

Last year Khloe Kardashian Odom flashed her top by accident during an interview with Fox News. There was also that incident of late night partying that revealed some unexpected wardrobe problems for Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears. It had everything from their tops slipping off to showing the world that they don't wear undergarments.

Port is not along in these wardrobe problems and even though it's called a malfunction, this reality star had quick reflexes that saved the day.


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