This week's wardrobe malfunctions (and close calls) brought us the typical blunders but with some lethal twists. The CFDA Awards brought out fashion's glitterati in full force, while the usual string of award shows, premieres and parties didn't fail to disappoint in the risky wardrobe department either.

Whether it was Mila Kunis' sheer minidress or Jessica Stam's high slit and lace overlay, stars weren't afraid to brave skin-baring ensembles. Check out the slideshow to see our picks for who came closest to a fashion fail.

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  • Lisa Rinna

    You'd think Lisa would've walked enough red carpets by now to know that flashing lights and no bra are a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen, but she hit up Simon G. Jewelry's "Summer Soiree" in this sheer black number. (Getty photo)

  • Charlize Theron

    Charlize usually keeps it pretty classy, but we were a bit concerned when her slit started to creep up to dangerous heights at the "Prometheus" premiere. (Getty photo)

  • Malin Akerman

    Malin was definitely playing up her feminine assets in a plunging, wide-necked mini at Spike TV's 6th Annual "Guys Choice" Awards. (Getty photo)

  • Mila Kunis

    Mila's MTV Movie Awards dress was short from the start, but the sheer trim brought the hemline up a few upper-thigh-revealing inches. (Getty photo)

  • Julianne Hough

    Julianne opted for a plunging red gown for the CFDA awards, narrowly avoiding a side boob incident at one of fashion's most glamorous events. (Getty photo)

  • Jessica Stam

    The newly-brunette model took a huge risk by sporting both sheer and a high slit to the CFDA awards. (Getty photo)

  • Zoe Saldana

    The long sleeves and floor length on Zoe's dress just barely protect her from a sheer panel mishap at the CFDA awards. (Getty photo)

  • Carrie Underwood

    The country crooner definitely had to watch her step to avoid giving the audience an impromptu peek-a-boo while performing at the CMT Music Awards. (Getty photo)

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