Did Miss Earth Venezuela contestant Fabianny Zambrano wanted to give the judges extra incentive to select her as a winner? Or is there is a war on women going on behind closed doors? Whispered about everywhere in almost every wardrobe room. How can it slip, if the tailor knew the exact dimensions of the nip? These aren't accidents, these are carefully calculated.
The 26-year-old wasn't about to lose her cool. Instead, she just carried on as if nothing had happened, strategically tilting herself away from the camera and letting her hair cover her. Zambrano's the-show-must-go on response to the slip has since gone global, being picked up by viral news sites the world over. She made it to the top 13, but didn't quite make the cut for the top seven.
Either way, nipple or not, she didn't win the competition. Maybe Fabianny was unsure how to follow up the nip slip to ensure victory. You can't only just use boob anymore. You have to use your brain and your mouth. In addition to your half bare bosom. Cheating your way to a win always involves a private conversation with the lead decision maker. You won't be saying much. Tell him how bad you want to win. And when it's his turn during the conversation, let his point resonate inside you. And keep a Plan B pill just in case. Those conversations tend to always be very passionate. At least she placed top 13. Which is a consolation for the effort. I personally know some women that will show both boobs just for plastic beads outside of a sketchy bar on a Saturday night. At least you contended for Miss Earth on TV.
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