Este Haim has best reaction to wardrobe malfunction at the Brits

Este Haim had fans in stitches with her comment (Picture: Twitter/HAIMtheband/Rex)

Este Haim has had the best reaction after suffering a wardrobe malfunction at the Brit Awards.

The Little Of Your Love hitmaker was busy winning international group with her sisters Danielle and Alana as she enjoyed the star-studded night.

While she suffered a slight malfunction with her dress at one point, as it slipped down while she was on camera, the star made it clear that she’s not fazed.

Sharing a censored snap of the moment, she quipped on Twitter: ‘I didn’t mind that my t**s were out last night because my ex’s were reminded of what they’re missing [sic].’

Fans loved her response, with one commenting: ‘THIS IS THE MOST ICONIC THING YOU HAVE EVER TWEETED,’ and another adding: ‘ESTE LMAO, THIS IS THE MOST ICONIC TWEET IN THE WORLD.’

No lies detected.

Este joked about the moment (Picture: Twitter/HAIMtheband)

It’s not the first time all eyes have been on Este at the Brits, after she managed to hijack Liam Payne and Cheryl’s interview at the 2018 ceremony.

As the pair chatted away to host Jack Whitehall, she was seen in the background of the shot winking, applying lip balm, and mouthing: ‘Call me’, and who can blame her for having fun?

The ladies were too busy winning a Brit to be preoccupied with wardrobe malfunctions (Picture: Getty Images)

She was later forced to clarify that she was not drunk but she ‘living her truth’ on Twitter, and we applaud her for it.

Elsewhere at the ceremony, Little Mix made history by becoming the first girl group to win best British group, and got fans all emotional after giving their former band mate Jesy Nelson a shout-out.

Dua Lipa caused controversy by calling on Boris Johnson to give NHS workers a pay rise after their work on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic this year, while Lewis Capaldi’s sweary speech caused a stir and was censored by ITV.

Meanwhile, host Jack brought back his shady moments and awkward jibes as he took aim at Piers Morgan, Olly Murs, and Spotify during his speeches.

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