Winter Olympics 2018: French ice dancer suffers wardrobe malfunction

French ice dancers Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron completed their short dance during the mixed ice dance program in Pyeongchang, but it wasn't without a major distraction.

Fairly early on in their routine, Cizeron lifted his arms and somehow managed to unclip the back of Papadakis' dress. They were still able to finish, but Papadakis tried in vain to keep her chest covered by constantly pulling up her top..

She was able to clip it back following the routine, but it certainly served as a distraction throughout most of the dance.

The two received a score of 81.93 and initially jumped up to second place behind Canada's Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue.

It didn't take long for those watching at home to weigh in on the wardrobe malfunction, many sending kind words to Papadakis for persevering through.

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