LOS ANGELES, Nov. 22 (UPI) -- Chrissy Teigen apologized for accidentally flashing her "hooha" at the 2016 American Music Awards.
"#AMAs! love you so so so much @jenatkinhair @1maryphillips @monicarosestyle @kimmiekyees (apologies to anyone harmed mentally or physically by my hooha)," Teigen captioned a photo of her look.
"Dress is #yousefakbar and shoes are @dsquared2 and laser hair removal is @selvaseraesthetics," she wrote to her 8.9 million followers.
Teigen's dress was secured only by a safety pin on either side, leading to wardrobe malfunctions at the event. She unintentionally showed her nether regions on the red carpet, according to AOL News, and later gave a glimpse of her backside while walking onstage.
The Sports Illustrated model introduced Legend ahead of his performance of "Love Me Now." She was censored toward the end of her speech for her colorful remarks on the recent presidential election.
"This next performer is a brilliant musician and a wonderful father, who makes a pretty damn good breakfast sandwich," the star said of her husband. "He has been known to write love songs about me. What can I say, I'm very inspiring."
"But his songs are bigger than either of us," she added. "And on the heels of what's been a really interesting, [expletive] election for all of us, we can all use a little love tonight."
Teigen and Legend married in Como, Italy, in 2013, and welcomed their first child, daughter Luna, in April. The couple shared sunset photos with their daughter earlier in the month, writing, "Family at sunset."