By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Jan 16, 2013 09:09 PM EST
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Eva Longoria raised the eyebrows of photographers when she experienced a wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet after the Golden Globes on Sunday.
Longoria, 37, accidentally flashed her nipple to paparazzi when she stopped to adjust her dress; the keyhole to her dress opened so wide it fully exposed one of her breasts.
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Longoria was attending the InStyle and Warner Bros Golden Globes after party in Beverly Hills with her hairstylist Ken Paves in tow. The actress was wearing a sexy Emilio Pucci gown that had tongues wagging thanks to its lace fabric, thigh-high slit and low neckline. The floor-sweeping fabric ended up getting caught in her towering platform heels and as she leaned sideways to correct the mishap, one of Longoria's breasts peered out.
Longoria seemed unfazed by the mishap- she went to the party and made her rounds with guests by stopping to pose for pictures with many celebrities in attendance including "Nashville" star Hayden Panettiere and Olympic gymnasts Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman, according to Us Weekly.
Longoria was also spotted chatting with "Avengers" and "Bourne Legacy" star Jeremy Renner. According to Us, Renner was overheard telling Longoria that he is expecting a child with his ex-girlfriend. The actor allegedly told the actress that he was "going to fly in" when the ex-girlfriend's water breaks and Longoria allegedly responded, "I'm so blown away."
Longoria has been busy since the wildy popular "Desperate Housewives" came to an end. She worked on President Obama's campaign to inspire Latino voters to help him get re-elected.
Longoria will host an inaugural event, "Latino Inaugural 2013: In Performance at the Kennedy Center," on Jan. 20, at the Kennedy Center. Along with hosting the event, she will take on her role as a co-chair of Obama's inauguration festivities, according to Fox News.
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