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TRIC Awards blunders - wardrobe malfunction, hospital dash and see-through dress

READ MORE: Jacqueline Jossa denies Dan Osborne row at BRIT awards as she admits 'pet peeve'Just like with any red carpet event, celebrities want to show up looking their very best – but sometimes their efforts can go a little wrong.Whether it's a classic nip-slip or an underwear flash, or even an on-stage accident, we've gathered some of the best blunders and near misses we've seen at the TRIC awards over the years. In 2012 Jessie Wallace won an awards for her amazing acting as Kat Moon in BBC's EastEnders.

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EastEnders' Jessie Wallace slapped with warning by bosses after drunken arrest
EastEnders' Jessie Wallace has been slapped with a clear warning by BBC bosses after a drunken incident and has expressed her "deep regret".The actress was involved in a drunken bust-up with a police officer outside of a nightclub in Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk.Following her run-in with the law, she accepted a caution.Jessie, 50, was reportedly with her partner at the time and was subsequently arrested by police officers on suspicion of assaulting a police officer as well as drunk and disorderly conduct.Hours later, she was cautioned at 2am on June 19, with Suffolk Police confirming to Daily Star that she had been released without charge.They said: "A 50 year-old woman was arrested early on Sunday morning in St Andrew's Street, Bury St Edmunds, on suspicion of assaulting a police officer/drunk and disorderly conduct and was released without charge after receiving a conditional caution."When accepting a conditional caution, a suspect must sign a document confirming an admission to the offence as well as any further details of the incident.Now, the BBC have issued a statement following Jessie's arrest, with a spokesperson saying: "Senior bosses have spoken to Jessie Wallace about the incident and issued a clear warning that this kind of behaviour is unacceptable and Jessie has expressed her deep regret."Jessie had been attending a Madness concert ahead of the incident at Thetford Forest and was seen posing with fans and dancing with her boyfriend.The actress previously opened up about her relationship with her boyfriend in May of this year on her Instagram page after pictures emerged of the pair together.But after the photographs circulated, Jessie was keen to shed light on their relationship.Confirming their romance, she
EastEnders star Jessie Wallace arrested for alleged attack on police officer outside club
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Dancing on Ice winners now - Emmerdale 'race row', co-star romance and career U-turn
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EastEnders' Jessie Wallace dons quirky outfit as she steps out to support co-star
EastEnders star Jessie Wallace made a rare public appearance on Friday as she stepped out to support her former co-star John Partridge.Stepping out to attend Proud Embankment's Cabaret All Stars, the 50-year-old, who plays Kat Slater on the BBC soap, showed off her unique style as she slipped into an oversized satin shirt and a glitzy kimono.Jessie pulled on a pair of mid wash skinny jeans and added a pop of colour with a pair of chunky heeled green and red sandals.She pulled out all the stops for her outing as she added layers of pearl necklaces for a touch of elegance.She posed with one hand on her hip, while smiling at her camera as she attended the show in support of her friend.John is best known for playing Christian Clarke on the long-running series.Jessie filmed snippets of the night for her Instagram Story as she thrilled fans with a rare public outing.She captioned the short video: "Spectacular titillating show!"John demanded attention on the red carpet donning a very saucy leather outfit and sunglasses with a waistcoat that was embellished with brass chains on the shoulders.The pair stopped for sweet photos before they shared a hug and a peck on the lips ahead of his show.Other stars in attendance included former glamour model Linda Lusardi, 63, who looked sensational in a slinky wrap around dress with a sequin panel, and Soft Cell singer Marc Almond, 64.On the event's website they describe the show as a raucous experience, adding: “Proud's Cabaret All Stars welcomes EastEnders actor and West End star John Partridge to London’s Proud Embankment!“As a familiar face of stage and screen, John’s impressive career spans three decades from the streets of Albert Square to treading the boards in London’s West End.“He
EastEnders Jessie Wallace's wild life - 'boozy' behaviour, throwback snap and romance
EastEnders relationship is set to come to an end this week, as Albert Square residents Kat Slater and Phil Mitchell call it quits.Both Kat and Phil have been through ups and downs in their relationships throughout the years, including affairs, births and now, Phil's impending prison sentence.Since arriving on the square in 2000, Kat has also had relationships with a number of residents, including her memorable coupling with Shane Richie's lovable Alfie Moon.Actress Jessie Wallace's life has been just as wild off-set as it has on screen too, including multiple relationships, a suspension from the soap and wowing fans with a childhood throwback snap.Born in Enfield, London on September 25, 1971, Jessie Wallace landed her first TV role as PC Lace in popular ITV series The Bill.From there, she won her best known role as the outspoken Kat Slater in EastEnders in 2000, famous for storylines including her on-off relationship with Alfie Moon and the "you ain't my mother" scene, where she revealed she was actually her so-called sister's mother.Aside from playing Kat Slater, Jessie Wallace has also appeared in various TV programmes throughout her career including Wild At Heart as Amy Kriel, A Class Apart as Candy Jerome and The Dinner Party as Jackie.She even had a rival soap role in ITV soap Coronation Street, playing Pat Phoenix in the TV film The Road to Coronation Street.In 2020, Jessie Wallace was suspended from EastEnders for two months after an incident on set, where it was reported that the star had been drunk while filming.A source told Daily Star on Sunday: "Scriptwriters are currently coming up with a storyline to explain Kat’s temporary exit from Walford."They added: "Bosses were left with no choice but to discipline