Simon Cowell suffers awkward wardrobe mishap leaving his zipper open in public
The X Factor judge was out on a late night with girlfriend Lauren Silverman at a charity ball in London on November 20 when he was spotted with his zipper open and caught by photographers.
59-year-old English producer and talent show mogul Simon Cowell was leaving the glamorous Nutcracker Ball unaware of this embarrassing detail that ended up stealing the attention from the stunning Silverman, Mirror reported.
Cowell was wearing a dark grey suit with no tie and an unbuttoned white shirt that exposed part of his chest, while Silverman stood out with her bright red halterneck long dress and beautiful figure.
The couple took their time to pose for the cameras without noticing Cowell’s wardrobe malfunction, and the photographers didn’t waste the opportunity to capture the “American Idol” judge’s white underwear poking out.
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The pair’s 4-year-old son Eric stayed home for the night as his parents attended the benefit event.
Eric has stolen the show every time he has appeared alongside his famous father on TV, and he has helped change perceptions about Simon, who is known for his harsh comments toward contestants.
While Eric has proven that Simon has a softer side, the child is also all about his father, and recently channeled him in celebration of World’s Children’s Day looking like a miniature version of the “America’s Got Talent” star.
The child dressed up as Simon and posed for pictures as he “took over” his father’s company Syco Entertainment for the day, wearing jeans, an unbuttoned white shirt with the sleeves rolled up, sunglasses, and Simon’s iconic hairstyle.
“My dream would be to see [Eric] one day running the company I have built. And the most important lesson I have learned is what children teach you. They all have a voice.”
-Simon Cowell, Daily Mirror, November 21, 2018.
Simon has shown many times that there is more to him than his rude TV persona, and he often let his kinder side take over in front of children.
Back in October, he donated over $65.000 to a 4-year-old English child named Zac Oliver, who needed to go to the US to get treated for a rare form of cancer.
Not only Simon contributed with his money to the cause, but he also released a video pleading others to contribute with as much as they could to Oliver’s crowdfunding campaign.
Apart from his love for children, Simon is a fervent animal advocate, and he often uses his platform to bring attention to animal care campaigns.