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Despite the Twitter frenzy that Jennifer Lopez had a full-on wardrobe malfunction at the Academy Awards, those who rewind their DVRs may be left slightly disappointed, the star's stylist insists. There was no Superbowl-level nip-slip, just a smidge more of the eye-popping cleavage than Lopez' gown was meant to show.
Lopez started a flurry of online speculation while presenting the Oscars for best costume design and makeup with Cameron Diaz -- but her stylist Mariel Haenn tells People the malfunction is nearly impossible because of how designer Zuhair Murad structured the gown. The custom dress featured built-in cups specifically to prevent any "slips."
"The dress fit perfectly to every inch," she said in a statement. "While the dress did give the illusion of sheerness, joke's on everyone who wishes they saw something!"
And Lopez clearly didn't let the publicity get to her, because she changed into another revealing Zuhair Murad dress with a plunging neckline for the Oscar afterparties. Besides, those who remember the 42-year-old American Idol judge's jaw-dropping Versace gown from the 2000 Grammys know she's more than comfortable showing some skin.
"If you thought that was hot," Haenn added, "wait until you see what's next."