A SEXY TV star was forced to use a presenter as a human shield when her dress fell down exposing her boobs to a live audience. The brunette lass was making an appearance on a popular TV show when the embarrassing wardrobe gaffe happened. Wearing a tiny white strapless dress, the telly babe strutted around the TV studio for Latin American sports channel Fox Sports en Vivo. In a clip of her appearance, the busty babe is seen laughing and flirting with her fellow guests and the show's presenter. In a desperate attempt to cover her nipples, the woman is forced to use the TV presenter and another female guest as a human shield from the cameras.
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THIS is the shocking moment a reality star's boobs are exposed live on TV after a guest rips her top off during an episode of Survivor Spain. The clip starts innocently enough, showing year-old Oriana Marzoli sitting at the far end of the sofa with three fellow guests. Marzoli springs to her feet to show off her enviable figure - but as she does so, Gahona lifts her skimpy black top and reveals the celebrity's bare breasts. She then crouches on the carpet and straightens her clothes, adding too late: "I hope I was not seen. The footage has gone viral in Spain, where the interview was being aired for a reality show based on the US series Survivor - of which Marzoli was a previous contestant.
Election news coverage can get a little mundane at times, but one woman's bold move gave a reporter's story a whole new level of spice. The giggling blonde snuck up behind Suratos and quickly flashed her breasts straight into the camera's lens. It happened so quickly Suratos didn't even catch her scurrying off camera before his segment ended. I don't get it. Was there something behind me?
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