The 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star showed a little too much of her hand while dancing on the BravoCon stage
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and singer — who has had nine No. 1 hits on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart under her on-stage moniker, Erika Jayne — celebrated her music career and her hit Las Vegas residency in a discussion on stage at Caesar's Forum on Sunday.
But during a portion of the conversation in which Erika and her creative director Mikey Minden showed the audience (and 20 lucky Bravo fans on stage) a choreographed routine from Erika's concert, Erika suffered a wardrobe malfunction, the top portion of her black catsuit moving and exposing a portion of her chest.
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"Apparently my boob popped out," Erika said, laughing it off before thanking a fan "for noticing."
The panel was the same one in which news dropped that Bravo had greenlit a new two-part documentary spinoff series following Erika's hard-fought journey to the opening night of Bet It All on Blonde, her provocative Vegas show that runs select weekends at the House of Blues inside Mandalay Bay through Dec. 16.
Fittingly called Erika Jayne: Bet It All on Blonde, the show will premiere in Spring 2024.
Madden said on Sunday that he hopes Bet It All on Blonde will have life beyond Vegas. "We’re going to go back on tour, that’s what we’re going to do," he said. "We have to take Bet it All on Blonde internationally."
He also revealed that Erika would be dropping a new music video soon called "Bounce."
"I have new music in the show. And yes, we’re always coming out with more stuff," Erika said, noting that "Bounce" was one of her favorite tracks.
PEOPLE caught up with Erika at BravoCon on Saturday to talk about her new spinoff.
"It was a great blessing to do," she said. "To really follow the process — it's emotional, it's intimate and it's rewarding at the end. It feels really good."
She went on to say that doing the show was "hard," though insists the challenge didn't deter her. "That's the way life is sometimes."
"In the darkest of times I never thought that there's a moment, and I think I speak about it in the doc, where I didn't know if being back on stage was even possible," Erika says. "And here I am in the biggest show of my life. So that just shows you how quickly things can turn around."
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BravoCon 2023 is taking place through Sunday at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.
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