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Amanda Seyfried reflects on wardrobe mishap at first red carpet event

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Amanda Seyfried has opened up about the wardrobe mishap she experienced during her first Hollywood event.

The Dropout actress made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Friday night, and during the chat, host Jimmy asked her about the sheer black dress she wore to the New York City premiere of Mean Girls in 2004.

“I did not have a stylist. I used the only money I had to buy a dress, but there were two premieres and so I had to buy two dresses because you wear different dresses,” she commented, before explaining why her white undergarments were visible. “I didn’t know any of the rules, so I was wearing a white bra and black underwear and no slip. I paid $600 for that dress. I couldn’t even afford a ride home, no, I’m kidding. I didn’t have a publicist. I didn’t have a stylist. I did my own make-up. Humble beginnings.”

Jimmy went on to ask Amanda why studio executives didn’t connect her to a stylist prior to the event.

“I slipped through the cracks because I didn’t ever ask for anything. Because I thought I was in the way. Which is not the way I want to raise my daughter,” the 36-year-old insisted.

– Cover Media