• Dakota Johnson was on 'Kimmel'
  • Her dress almost fell off
  • THIS is who she handled it

During her appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' to promote her new movie 'Daddio,' Johnson encountered a fashion faux pas that could have turned into a disaster. However, her quick thinking and calm demeanor turned the incident into an unforgettable moment of grace and humor.

A Slippery Situation

It was a night to remember on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' when Dakota Johnson, the Hollywood darling, faced what could have been every celebrity's nightmare: a wardrobe malfunction.

But fear not! Johnson handled the mishap like the pro she is, proving that sometimes, it's not the dress but how you wear it (or hold it together) that counts!

"The movie is really good," she joked while holding the pose.

Like a true pro, Johnson managed to keep the strap in place for the remainder of the interview without exposing herself, all while answering questions about her upcoming movie.

Dressed to impress in a sleek black slip dress adorned with metal and floral charms, Johnson was the epitome of elegance—until one of the straps decided to take a night off. "My dress just—it just fell off," she laughed off the mishap, capturing hearts with her candid charm.

Jimmy Kimmel, ever the jester, quipped that Johnson only needed to "hold the important part," leading to a hilarious moment where the actress covered herself in a mock attempt to preserve her modesty.

"The movie is really good," she joked, hands strategically placed, showcasing her ability to laugh at herself.

Not the First Rodeo

This isn't Johnson's debut in the rodeo of wardrobe malfunctions. The 'Madame Web' star recounted previous encounters with rebellious attire, including a tricky moment at the People's Choice Awards and an uncomfortable sit-down in a red minidress on 'The Late Late Show With James Corden.'

"Leslie just broke my dress," Johnson said as she held the top in place. "Well, it's not like nobody here hasn't already seen my boobs."

She later explained what went down between herself and Leslie Mann. "I hadn't seen her in awhile, so I hugged her," Johnson explained. "I hugged Leslie and then my dress broke and it was a two-piece, so my top almost fell off."

Each time, Johnson faced the challenge with a blend of humor and grace, making light of the situations in a way that only she can.

Dakota Johnson's recent wardrobe malfunction on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' is more than just a moment of unexpected exposure—it's a testament to her unflappable spirit and quick wit.

In a world where celebrities are often scrutinized for every slip-up, Johnson reminds us that it's how we handle the slips that truly defines us.

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So, the next time your strap snaps or your zipper zigs when it should zag, remember: handle it like Dakota Johnson, and you'll turn a potential disaster into a moment of delightful grace.