A Savior! Florence Pugh Saves Emily Blunt from a Wardrobe Malfunction at Oppenheimer Premiere!

A Savior! Florence Pugh Saves Emily Blunt from a Wardrobe Malfunction at Oppenheimer Premiere!
Emily Blunt nearly suffers a wardrobe malfunction at the Oppenheimer premiere. source: Page Six
  • Florence Pugh saved Emily Blunt from having a wardrobe malfunction at the premiere of their new movie.
  • Pugh helped her friend to adjust her blazer before it started falling.
  • Blunt took the almost malfunction in a good manner.

Florence Pugh saves Emily Blunt from having a wardrobe malfunction

Emily Blunt is thankful for having a friend like Florence Pugh.

Pugh saved Blunt’s day when her Oppenheimer co-star almost faced a wardrobe malfunction while attending a photocall in London for their movie.

The 27-year-old rocked a bold blue Moschino Jeans blazer dress with nothing inside for the event. Emily, for her part, wore a shimmery gold jacket and pants.

Thankfully, the Don’t Worry Darling star stepped in when her friend’s jacket almost popped open on the red carpet.

The Devil Wears Prada star, 40, gasped in shock in one shot when she realized what was happening in front of hundreds of cameras. She then clutched the front of her shiny metallic blazer as Pugh looked down to see what was happening.

Emily Blunt
Blunt gasped as her blazer started to slip in front of the photographers. source: Page Six

Quickly, Pugh reached out and grabbed the jacket, shielding Blunt and they laughed hysterically and clutched the wayward blazer.

The two beauties then posed for photographers at the promo of their much-hyped film, which is based on the true story of a scientist who had a hand in developing the atomic bomb.

Blunt paired her stylish blazer with coordinating pants and a pair of strappy nude heels and dazzling drop earrings.

Pugh showed off her newly shaved head and dyed her hair pink. The Midsommar actress showed a lot of skin in a 70s-inspired blazer dress with white topstitching.  She rocked diamond-accented gold jewelry from Tiffany & Co. which included a $38,000 double-row choker necklace.

Flor added yellow gold Tiffany Knot Earrings worth $3,500 with diamond accents and a pair of white pumps with crystal embellishments.

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Florence sparks controversy with her see-through dress again

While Emily’s near malfunction almost gave the actress a heart attack, Pugh can definitely relate to her as she herself made some bold bare style statements over the past year.

She faced immense backlash after wearing a complete see-through hot pink dress with nothing inside at the 2022 Valentino Haute Couture fashion show.

Even after backlash, she did not stop wearing such outfits and has gone on to free her nipples at various events. On July 5, she attended Paris Fashion Week in a similarly sheer lavender Valentino gown.

The actress bared her chest and showed off her nipples at the event. It was there she showed off her new fresh pink hairstyle which was probably a nod to her last year’s controversial look.

Her last year’s scandalous look caused the Little Women actress to come out and defend herself.

She wrote on her social media at the time,

Emily Blunt (1)
The actresses took the wardrobe malfunction in good humor. source: Page Six

“It isn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman will hear what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers, what’s worrying is just how vulgar some of you men can be,” 

“Thankfully, I’ve come to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me, me. I’m happy with all of the ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t bear to look at when I was 14.”

Pugh concluded,

“Grow up. Respect people. Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect humans.”

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