Adrienne Bailon exposes WAY too much in sheer dress debacle; ex-Disney star in full-frontal flash 
Singer appears at event in see-through dress sans underwear; wind moves strategic bit of fabric
By Lindsay Goldwert / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Published: Friday, March 2, 2012, 11:52 AM
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Singer Adrienne Bailon attends Caesars Entertainment's 'Escape to Total Rewards' kick-off at New York's Gotham Hall Thursday.

Adrienne Bailon, a former member of the Disney franchise The Cheetah Girls, is blaming the wind for causing a full-frontal-flash when being photographed at an NYC event. ‚Ä®‚Ä®
It didn't help that the 28 year-old pop starlet wasn't wearing any underwear.


Bailon, a former ex-girlfriend of reality star 
Rob Kardashian, said she was mortified when the strategically placed piece of poufy, beige fabric blew in the breeze, giving gawkers an X-rated view of the singer’s pubic area.

"Despite what other girls may do, this is really a terrible accident to me," she told Global Grind.  "I‚Äôm really upset, but I‚Äôm even more upset about what my parents might think.."


Bailon may be trying to shed a good girl image with some truly bad clothing choices.

She rose to fame in 2000, after being discovered by pop star
Ricky Martin, who gave her a spot in the girl group 3LW.

In 2002, she scored a lead role in the Disney Channel Original movie “The Cheetah Girls,” about a group of musical friends at a performing arts high school.

She took part in two other “Cheetah” films in 2006 and 2008 before releasing a solo album in 2009.

In 2008, The Cheetah Girls, were scratched from the Macy'sThanksgiving Day Parade after
seminude photos of Bailon surfaced on the Internet.

Bailon dated Rob Kardashian for two years and appeared on the E! reality show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

The two reportedly split in 2010.

"I want to be known for my talent. I love the idea of being sexy, but I’ve never been in this business to sell sex," she said. "I’ve been in this business to sell my talent."

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