Brownlow Medal: Footy WAG Brya Waghorn suffers a wardrobe malfunction

Wild detail in Brownlow Medal dress as footy WAG Brya Waghorn as she flashes eye-popping underboob in sheer corset gown

From leggy frocks to plunging necklines – Australia’s footy WAGs certainly dared to bare at Sunday’s Brownlow Medal count. 

But it was Port Adelaide player Sam Powell-Pepper’s girlfriend Brya Waghorn who stole the show thanks to a wild detail in her eye-popping corset dress. 

The blonde courted attention in a black lace corset gown that barely covered her chest, revealing a generous amount of exposed underboob.    

Footy WAG Brya Waghorn (pictured) dared to bare at the Brownlow Medal count on Sunday as she arrived at Melbourne's Crown casino in a sheer corset dress that exposed a generous amount of underboob

Footy WAG Brya Waghorn (pictured) dared to bare at the Brownlow Medal count on Sunday as she arrived at Melbourne’s Crown casino in a sheer corset dress that exposed a generous amount of underboob 

The gown, designed by Love and Lemons and worth around $570, featured a structured bodice that was designed to contain the wearer’s bust – but failed to do so on this occasion. 

Brya’s frock also featured a tiered mesh skirt with a dramatic thigh split. 

The risqué look is something rarely seen on Brownlow red carpets, as WAGs traditionally opt for more classic silhouettes. 

The gown, designed by Love and Lemons and worth around $570, featured a structured bodice that was designed to contain the wearer's bust - but failed to do so on this occasion

The gown, designed by Love and Lemons and worth around $570, featured a structured bodice that was designed to contain the wearer’s bust – but failed to do so on this occasion

The couple’s appearance follows reports that the Brownlow Medal Count had succumbed to political correctness after banning a very simple question from red carpet interviews.

Speaking to the Herald Sun, this year’s red carpet hosts Emma Freedman and Dale Thomas confirmed they won’t be asking anyone about their clothing.

‘We have been told no questions about what you are wearing, who you are wearing, why you are wearing,’ Freedman confirmed.

Brya's frock also featured a tiered mesh skirt with a dramatic thigh split. She is pictured with her boyfriend, Port Adelaide player Sam Powell-Pepper

Brya’s frock also featured a tiered mesh skirt with a dramatic thigh split. She is pictured with her boyfriend, Port Adelaide player Sam Powell-Pepper 

‘We are going to focus on the fun and have a little giggle on the red carpet instead of asking that question,’ she added.

The move could be considered political correctness gone mad after the Brownlow red carpet made huge stars out of glamorous WAGs.

Asking celebrities who they are wearing has long been a fixture of red carpet coverage across the world, with reporters often using the question to quickly engage female celebrities in conversation.

The risqué look is something rarely seen on Brownlow red carpets, as WAGs traditionally opt for more classic silhouettes

The risqué look is something rarely seen on Brownlow red carpets, as WAGs traditionally opt for more classic silhouettes

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