Wardrobe malfunction victim on ‘It’s Showtime’ speaks up!

We’ve all seen the video. And now that things have settled down a bit, the wardrobe malfunction victim on ‘It’s Showtime!’ finally speaks up!

Don’t deny it, you’ve seen the video of that episode of ‘It’s Showtime!’ last October 25. Maybe not live, but you saw it somewhere. And now that the dust has settled a bit, the wardrobe malfunction victim on ‘It’s Showtime!’ speaks up on the incident. ICYDK who the wardrobe malfunction victim is, it was Lars Pacheco.

Lars Pacheco is a 22-year-old trans-woman. And she was the second runner up of Miss Q&A 2018, it’s a contest segment on ‘It’s Showtime’ for gay and trans women. So in an interview with Pep.PH she shares what she recalls before the unfortunate incident. We finally get some insight as to what really happened from her end. After all, nobody wants that to happen to them, right?

Is she okay?

So after the incident, she shares that she’s fine. And that mostly she was worried about the show’s management instead of herself. Because she didn’t want to be the reason for the possible suspension of the show by the MTRCB (Movie and Television Review and Classification Board). But after she heard that Vice Ganda had asked for a public apology and that everything seemed fine, she was able to breathe a sigh of relief.

So what happened?


She explained that just before the opening song, she was rushing to get upstairs to her group with Jugs (Jugueta) and Teddy (Corpuz). But that there were a lot of people and she couldn’t get through. So she decided to join Kuya Kim’s (Atienza) group instead. And the moment she came on camera she saw herself on the screen and the unfortunate wardrobe malfunction.

A message to the bashers

She says that she’s not mad at all the bashers. And that she just takes it as “people being bored with their own lives.” Take note guys, this is how you handle being a victim of a wardrobe malfunction. Although she did give a word of advice to those people who are still sharing images and videos of the incident:

“And to the netizens, if we saw pictures or videos of scandals, let it stop with us, kasi you never know how it feels until you experienced the same scenario.”

Wasn’t it just unfortunate with what happened to Lars Pacheco? Have you ever been a victim of wardrobe malfunction? And how did you handle it? We’d love to hear what you think! So share with us your thoughts in the comments down below! Or hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh.

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