Gwyneth Paltrow: That Dress Was 'Kind of a Disaster'

04/26/2013 at 10:24 AM ET

Gwyneth Paltrow dressMichael Rozman/Warner Bros.

Even the World’s Most Beautiful Woman can fall victim to a mortifying wardrobe malfunction.

When Gwyneth Paltrow arrived at the premiere of Iron Man 3 in Hollywood on Wednesday wearing an Antonio Berardi dress that revealed just about everything, many (us included) wondered, well, what she was thinking.

During an appearance on Ellen Friday, the star admitted that her “ass was hanging out” and that it was “kind of a disaster.” And that’s not all she shared.

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“I was doing a show and I changed there and I went I couldn’t wear underwear. I don’t think I can tell this story on TV.” But she did, adding “Well, let’s just say everyone went scrambling for a razor…so I went from being the most beautiful to the most humiliated. In one day. I work a 70s vibe. You know what I mean?”

Um, yes, we do.

And should you want to own the controversial dress, we just learned exclusively that it will be available on Moda Operandi today starting at noon (as well as a shorter version). The designer’s team reached out to the luxury online retailer after being inundated with requests for Gwyneth’s look. Hopefully whoever buys the look will also invest in a slip.

Tell us: What did you think of Paltrow’s risqué look?

–Andrea Lavinthal

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