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Cannes Film festival, when stars “reveal” themselves.

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The Cannes film festival is starting and we are already wondering which star will be revealed. Well, when we say revealed, we do not necessary mean “in a movie”. There is a tradition at Cannes Film festival that happens every year now. No, it is not about the movies. It is about the fact that every year there is a super star revealing a part of her body that was not supposed to be revealed. Or not exactly. Or at least it should look like a “wardrobe fail”. Until we spot out this year sexy oops! Please see here an interesting flashback. So, from here, do not scroll if you are not sure to see what follows…



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