Emma Watson rose to prominence after getting the role of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series, the first installment of which was released in 2001. Prior to this acting gig, she used to act on stage plays. Her career continued to soar, making several other films including The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Noah, and most recently, the film adaptation of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast. Like many other stars, Emma also experienced wardrobe malfunctions. See the list of Emma Watson’s wardrobe malfunction incidents below.

In July 2009, Emma attended the London premiere of the recent Harry Potter film that she starred in wearing a long vintage dress and accidentally showed her undies.

A few days after the said incident, Emma guested at the Late Show with Letterman, and candidly talked about her wardrobe malfunction saying at least she wore underwear.

The actress was wearing a nude short dress during the interview with David Letterman and she made sure that no undies flashing incident would happen that night as she carefully sat on the chair.

In September 2012, the actress wore another nude gown, this time a long, layered, lace dress at the Los Angeles premiere of her movie The Perks of Being A Wallflower.

As she posed on the red carpet for the said event, she revealed more than what she hoped for as the side of left breast was captured on camera.

Watson looked stunning in an all-white Ralph Lauren dress that she wore during the London premiere of her movie Noah.

The actress gamely posed for the cameras, signed some autographs, and answered several questions from the media. She did it all with glam.

However, while she was walking her way on the red carpet, she had a little wardrobe malfunction, as her spanx showed on her slit.

In 2010, Emma Watson had fun at the Glastonbury Music Festival, which was held in Pilton, England, where she also rocked a fake tattoo.

Unfortunately, with all the dancing that she probably had, her corset top went down a bit and showed a small part of her nipple!

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