BAFTA Awards 2013 Marion Cotillard reveals bit flesh panel BAFTA dress nearly shows behind

BAFTA Awards 2013 Marion Cotillard reveals bit flesh panel BAFTA dress nearly shows behind

Marion Cotillard made sure all eyes were on her at the EE BAFTAs in a striking yellow Christian Doir gown.

Onlookers got a bit more of 37-year-old han they bargained for on the red carpet as a see-through panel in her dress almost managed to reveal her derriere as she walked the red carpet at London’s Royal Opera House.Although the French actress didn’t seem to care as she grinned at fans, despite the pouring rain on Sunday evening.The French actress opted for a striking yellow Dior gown for the star-studded event.The brightly coloured dress came down to the floor but left her bare shoulders and arms on display.

She wore a simple silver Chopard necklace which glittered under the lights illuminating the red carpet outside the venue.And it may have been more than the stand-out colour of the gown which turned heads as she walked inside – a panel at the back of the garment almost revealed her behind as she walked along the red carpet.Fellow actress Jennifer Lawrence, 22, found herself in a similar situation at Screen Actors Guild Awards last month.

Her tiered Christian Dior dress appeared to rip and reveal the top of her legs as she went to collect her prize for Best Female Actor in a Leading Role.However, if Marion’s yellow dress is anything like Jennifer’s it may have been intentional as designers of Jennifer’s outfit insist the see-through panel is meant to be there.

A spokesperson for Dior recently told the MailOnline: ‘The dress is made of different levels of tulle and satin and that is what viewers saw when Jennifer lifted her dress slightly.’It was not ripped and there was no malfunction – it was the design of the gown.We are currently experiencing some technical difficulties with this section of our site. We are doing everything we can to resolve this as soon as possible.Other sections of the site are not affected by this. You can continue to navigate through other pages. – DailyMail