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Pure disaster! Erin Molan suffered a rare fashion failure at the Logie Awards of 2019 on Sunday evening, dressed in a bizarre dress with yellow nets

Pure disaster! Erin Molan suffers a rare fashion failure as she pulls a bizarre yellow netted dress that exposes her nude corset underwear to the 2019 Logie Awards

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She usually gets it so precisely on the red carpet.

But Channel Nine star Erin Molan suffered a rare fashion failure at the Logie Awards of Sunday, 2019, held at The Star on the Gold Coast.

The 36-year-old wore a bizarre yellow mesh dress that exposed her nude corset underwear.

Pure disaster! Erin Molan suffered a rare fashion failure at the Logie Awards of 2019 on Sunday evening, dressed in a bizarre dress with yellow nets

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Pure disaster! Erin Molan suffered a rare fashion failure at the Logie Awards of 2019 on Sunday evening, dressed in a bizarre dress with yellow nets

Erin combined her dress with a heart-shaped golden bag.

She also dribbled in diamonds – with a pair of glittering earrings, bracelets, and her gigantic engagement ring.

The mother-of-one wore her blonde locks scraped back and added a new color with her red lipstick.

The outing comes after widespread outrage over a two-minute news from 20 to 1 segment-led television in the East Asian country earlier this month.

Keep it simple: the mother-of-one wore her blonde locks scraped back and added a pop of color with her red lipstick

Keep it simple: the mother-of-one wore her blonde locks scraped back and added a pop of color with her red lipstick

Keep it simple: the mother-of-one wore her blonde locks scraped back and added a pop of color with her red lipstick

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Thousands of BTS fans flooded Twitter with complaints about the & # 39; xenophobic & # 39; overtones of the program.

The free-to-air network was also a trending topic on Twitter in both Australia and Korea.

The problematic 20-to-1 segment had repeatedly mocked BTS, starting with Erin who introduced them as & # 39; the biggest band you've never heard of & # 39; before an uncomfortable reference to the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was made.

Several celebrity guests including Rob Mills and Mel Buttle and host Nick Cody then made sneaky and disrespectful comments about the band.

Oh dear: the outing comes after widespread indignation about a two-minute news from 20 to 1 segment-led television news in the East Asian country earlier this month

Oh dear: the outing comes after widespread indignation about a two-minute news from 20 to 1 segment-led television news in the East Asian country earlier this month

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Oh dear: the outing comes after widespread indignation about a two-minute news from 20 to 1 segment-led television news in the East Asian country earlier this month

& # 39; When I first heard that Korean had exploded in America, I got worried & # 39 ;, said British comedian Jimmy Carr.

Erin also expressed surprise at the group's top success in America, because & # 39; only one band member actually speaks English & # 39 ;.

Channel Nine defended the segment in a statement to SBS PopAsia on Thursday.

& # 39; As a light-hearted entertainment program, we are convinced that the 20-on-one episode of the previous evening, which highlighted the world's largest frenzy, had not violated any broadcasting rules and was intended to humorously promote the group's popularity to emphasize: & # 39; A spokesman said.

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& # 39; We apologize to anyone who may have been offended yesterday by last night's episode. & # 39;

On the same day, 20 through an apology issued in English and Korean via Twitter, which reads: & # 39; We apologize for any lack of respect and insult. & # 39;

But this didn't stop the rage of anger against the network, with hundreds of BTS fans still demanding a public apology on television from Erin and Nick.

Outrage: Thousands of BTS fans flooded Twitter with complaints about the & # 39; xenophobic & # 39; overtones of the program. The free-to-air network was also a trending topic on Twitter in both Australia and Korea, with a news bulletin in Korea covering even the scandal

Outrage: Thousands of BTS fans flooded Twitter with complaints about the & # 39; xenophobic & # 39; overtones of the program. The free-to-air network was also a trending topic on Twitter in both Australia and Korea, with a news bulletin in Korea covering even the scandal

Outrage: Thousands of BTS fans flooded Twitter with complaints about the & # 39; xenophobic & # 39; overtones of the program. The free-to-air network was also a trending topic on Twitter in both Australia and Korea, with a news bulletin in Korea covering even the scandal

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