BRIT Award winners HAIM in wardrobe malfunction horror as Este’s top falls open

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BRIT Awards 2021 viewers got more than what they bargained for what HAIM won the award for Best International Group on Tuesday evening.

Sisters Este, Danielle and Alana were delighted to find out that they'd scooped the prestigious gong.

As the siblings got up off their seats and headed to the stage pick up the award, Este suffered an awkward malfunction.

The bass guitarist and vocalist, who was wearing a plunging black jumpsuit, accidentally flashed her nipple to fans watching at home.

Viewers rushed to their keyboard as they spotted the fashion faux pa.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Ain't a Brit Awards without a nip slip is it lmao."

Another added:"BIGGEST NIP SLIP EVER!! I knew I watched for a reason loool."

A third person posted: "Bit of a nip slip there mate."

While a fourth joked: "Congratys Haim for winning best nip slip at the Brits 2k21."

A fifth social media user said: "Did I just see one of Haims nipple?"

Este's nip slip was not the only television moment which got viewers talking.

BRITs host Jack Whithall took a savage swipe at Piers Morgan as he opened the glitzy ceremony.

The 32-year-old comedian told the crowds that the O2 Arena had been "emptier than Piers Morgan's diary" since the coronavirus pandemic.

His comments come just weeks after Piers, 56, decided to quit his role on Good Morning Britain.

Coldplay opened the ceremony and were followed by singing sensation Dua Lipa.

As well as paying homage to the audience in the arena who were made up of frontline workers, the comedian also made a few jokes.

Following the gag about Piers, Jack continued to discuss how the easing of lockdown restrictions meant events could go ahead with social distancing regulations in place.

It was confirmed last month that the Brit Awards would go ahead with a live audience as part of the government's research into how live events might work after the pandemic.

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