The ‘World’s Most Beautiful Weather Girl’ Had An Embarrassing Wardrobe Malfunction Live On Air…

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This time, things got a bit out of hand on the Mexican television program ‘Hoy’, in which Yanet was appearing as a ‘weather girl’, giving the predictions from the met office. We did not find results for: the worlds most beautiful weather girl. Check spelling or type a new query. But she seemed to have a bit of an unfortunate situation live on air with her tight shorts.

Yanet didn’t expect the really tight shorts she was wearing to burst at the seams right in the middle of the program. Her reaction was amazing though.

One of her co-stars was quick to laugh off the mishap with her torn clothing. The presenter said, ‘This is a live program, things happen but the show must go on.’

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Date: 2019-07-23T12:00:45+02:00
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Greetings Earthlings: All systems on halt. The data presented above may one day be zapped to another dimension. Just thought you should be aware. Dude, there was a blue light over there just now.