Eva Longoria, Wardrobe Malfunction

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Lately, Eva Longoria has proved she certainly has an, ahem, flashy sense of style when it comes to hitting red carpet events.

Just this past Saturday, the former Desperate Housewives star showed off more skin than she intended to at the Cannes Film Festival, where she hiked up her Versace gown to avoid a puddle, and accidentally ended up revealing her lady parts to a swarm of photographers.

A regrettable mistake, sure, but we can't help but think the brunette beauty should have a command of going commando by now—or have given it up completely!—given the overwhelming number of wardrobe malfunctions she's suffered. 

Eva Longoria, Wardrobe Malfunction

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Yep, we've gotten to know all about Eva these past few months, with the star suffering a nip slip back in January at a Golden Globes afterparty in a plunging Emilio Pucci gown. Why not slap on a pair of nipple covers, Longoria? A few months later, she inadvertently flashed photographers when adjusting her bikini straps. We hate tan lines too, but why not reach for a bandeau top instead of struggling with straps?

She narrowly avoided a nationally televised nip slip back in 2011, when the button on her low-cut tuxedo-style jacket—sans shirt and bra, naturally—popped during an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.

Thankfully she managed to hold the jacket shut before baring all to viewers, but even when she does wear undergarments, Longoria still manages to give us an eyeful. Though she—wisely!—wore knickers for a night that called for stepping out of a car in a LBD, we caught a glimpse of her sensible spanx.

But if it's a choice over going commando or wearing shapewear, we'd say go with the latter! 

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