J.Lo Didn't Show Off
Her Nips: Stylist

Jennifer Lopez caused quite a stir when her dangerous dress appeared to show off one of her "girls." However, her wardrobe stylist denies that anything was shown, other than shadows.

Did Jennifer Lopez have a wardrobe malfunction?

Jennifer Lopez sure knew how to steal the show at the 2012 Oscars, whether she planned to or not. The American Idol judge took the stage to present an award with Cameron Diaz, but all anyone saw was a shadow that looked eerily like a nipple.

So, did J. Lo show off her goodies to all of America?

No, says her stylist.

"The dress fit perfectly to every inch," Mariel Haenn told People Sunday night. "While the dress did give the illusion of sheerness, joke's on everyone who wishes they saw something!"

Haenn even hinted that her white Zuhair Murad dress wasn't the most scandalous in her repertoire for Sunday night.

"If you thought that was hot," Haenn said, "wait until you see what's next."

She was right — the mom to twins Max and Emme showed up at the Vanity Fair party wearing another Murad dress, this one in a blood-red color.

The 42-year-old singer and actress appreciates her body, no matter her age.

"I am quite proud of my bust. My arms are toned as well as my tummy. I really struggled to get it back after the birth of my twins, whereas I used to have a six pack. Now, I can boast again!" she told the magazine Grazia.

"Honestly, I feel sexier than when I was 20! Look at Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry. These girls have redefined the 40-year-old woman, beautiful, confident, and comfortable in her own skin. They are marvelous."

You're gorgeous, Jennifer — just don't go showing off your boobies for attention, okay?

Image courtesy Adriana M. Barraza/ WENN.com

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TINA February 27, 2012 | 11:12 PM

GORGEOUS DRESS.!! FIT HER PERFECTLY! SHE LOOKS AMAZING

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