Papadakis was competing with partner Guillaume Cizeron during the qualifying stage of the short program this morning. The pair are renowned as two of the best dancers on the planet but their path to Pyeongchang glory took a turn when Papadakis' costume came undone. The hook on her green-and-yellow outfit slipped off, causing it to fall down and her nipple to pop out.
Host Clare Balding was reading out the curling fixtures and results when studio expert Nicola Minichiello, a former Team GB bobsleigher, dropped her hot chocolate. With the curling graphics on screen, the exact moment wasn't caught on camera but a small shout was heard in the background. Balding then joked "we have drama here with a spilt coffee or something that's gone on" before continuing to talk curling.
Where is the first T20 ? South Africa host India in the first T20 on Sunday 18 February. When is the first T20? India have all the momentum going into the three-match T20 series after winning the ODI campaign 5-1. And they are big favourites to run out winners in the T20s with South Africa resting all of their big names - except AB de Villiers - with their Test series with Australia starting four days after the final T20. How can you watch in the UK?
The #HKT20Blitz has turned bizarre. Roloef van der Merwe injured in the final so a 14 year old boy has been brought on to sub field.
(Sangakarra hit first ball at him, he missed it) https://t.co/GQr76ohcID
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Selecting a term
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