EXCLUSIVE: Ashley Tisdale Laughs Off Braless Wardrobe Malfunction: 'It's So Ridiculous'
By Emily Krauser
Ashley Tisdale is laughing off her recent wardrobe malfunction.
The 30-year-old actress didn’t expect photographer’s camera flashes to expose the fact that she went braless at the Mother’s Day premiere in Hollywood, California, on Wednesday, but -- whoops! -- they sure did.
But when ET’s Sophie Schillaci caught up with her at the 23rd Annual Race to Erase MS Gala in Beverly Hills on Friday, Tisdale brushed the incident off.
“I literally saw the pictures on Twitter start coming up, and I literally started laughing,” she said. “I was like, ‘Of course this would happen to me!’ Like, of course. But it’s just one of those things that you have to laugh at. It’s so ridiculous.”
“I mean my stylist said, ‘Do not wear those. You will see them,’” she added. “It was an option in the bag, though. I was like, ‘Oh, it’s an option. Maybe they felt like I could.’ But no!”
“I love supporting any charity that I can and obviously with MS, I think it affects women in their 30s. It’s really scary because I’m 30,” she told ET. “I just love what [founder] Nancy Davis has done, making it her mission, putting together something like this, obviously trying to help and trying to find a cure for them.”
It’s nice to see the Clipped star support philanthropic efforts and keep a sense of humor, a character trait she says is a necessity in the entertainment industry. In fact, she continued to do so with ET when she was asked about her tried and true tricks for the red carpet.
“Be comfortable. Be very comfortable. Show off something that you don’t plan on doing,” she joked. “No, I think it’s just about having fun. I don’t take things too seriously. I like to have fun!”
Tisdale is definitely doing just that! In fact, she also opened up about her Young & Hungry spin-off, in which she’ll bring back her heavily-tattooed character, Logan Rawlings.
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“We’re trying to find a way to tone down the tattoos, because when we thought of the character at first... [we] never thought that we would have to do it all the time!" she said of what became a recurring role. "We’re going to come up with some creative ways to tone down the tattoos a little. Just because, I can’t even explain to you, they stay on for days. I had to go to Pilates the next morning, and they were like, ‘Ashley, you got new tattoos?’ They’re like colorful and crazy, so yeah, we’re going to find something creative.”
Now that’s one functioning wardrobe we’re excited to see!