Food Network's Giada De Laurentiis' early wardrobe malfunction
"This was awhile ago, I think during the second season of 'Everyday Italian,' and we were trying to figure out the wardrobe for the show," De Laurentiis tells Zap2it. "I remember for a long time they wanted me to wear button-down shirts and things like that, but it's hard when you're cooking because it's just not that comfortable when you move around. I prefer some kind of T-shirt, comfortable and cotton, with no buttons."
But comfort wasn't the only issue on one particularly mortifying day.