Oscars 2013: Heidi Klum suffers a wardrobe malfunction with a nipple slip as she shows off weight loss and skinny frame

Heidi Klum suffered quite the wardrobe malfunction at the Oscars 2013, almost revealing her nipples to the world at Elton John's annual bash.

Heidi Klum's Oscars nipple slip was only outshined by her weight loss and skinny frame. Copyright [Getty]

Wearing a VERY low cut gold Julien Macdonald gown, Heidi basically got her boobs out in the frock, which was cut down to her midriff.

But while we were sidetracked by the 39-year-old's cleavage for quite some time, we couldn't help but also notice just how tiny she looked.

Heidi had a bit of lollipop syndrome, showing off her weight loss with frighteningly-thin arms and a gaunt face in one particular pose.

Heidi Klum wore a gold Julien Macdonald dress to the Oscars 2013. Copyright [Getty]

Despite her skinny frame and near miss with a nipple slip, the mum-of-four looked chirpy as she chatted on the red carpet.

Heidi had to stop for a quick 'roadside touch-up' before she arrived at the bash, with her make-up artist putting one final layer of foundation on her outside the entrance.

She wasn't the only one to suffer a red carpet faux pas.

Heidi Klum's wardrobe malfunction was the talk of Elton John's Oscars 2013 party. Copyright [Getty]

Anne Hathway was the talk of the evening after showing off her nipples to the world as she arrived in a pillar Prada dress.

Meanwhile, Amy Adam's had to make final adjustments to her dress as she got out of her car - before someone trod on her frock on the red carpet.

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Halle Berry hit the Oscars 2013 red carpet in a Grecian-inspired black and gold dress, said that comfort was her number one priority. Copyright [Getty]

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