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Courtney Act Just Had the Best (and Most Nude) ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ Entrance of All Time

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Making an impression is key, especially on reality television. And when that reality television series is Celebrity Big Brother — in which 13 pseudo-celebrities are forced to live together in a house for a few weeks and get eliminated one at a time — that first impression is extremely important. Well tonight Drag Race alum Courtney Act made the impression of all impressions, complete with a Courtney Act wardrobe malfunction.

The series began shooting earlier this week in the UK, and unlike past seasons, this year saw the show kickoff with an all-female house. (It was in honor of the 100th anniversary of women being able to vote.) Tonight, though, four days later, in came the men, including Courtney Act.

In a brilliant bit of comedy, Courtney Act walks down a staircase in a fun, sequined getup, only to trip and fall as she reaches the bottom. The skirt comes off completely and she’s left holding it in her hands, which means this little Courtney Act wardrobe malfunction has left her tuck and butt exposed to the arena outside the Celebrity Big Brother house. (Naturally, she’s not wearing undies!)

Funniest of all, after the Courtney Act wardrobe malfunction, as she’s struggling back up another set of stairs while holding her skirt around her naked bum, you hear the announcer say, “Courtney has just been named Australia’s sexiest vegan!”

Watch the Courtney Act wardrobe malfunction here:

This new round of Celebrity Big Brother features some interesting cast members. Among them are Boyzone singer Shane Lynch, Love Island star (and total hottie) Jonny Mitchell, R&B throwback Ginuwine and Ann Widdecombe, a former right-wing MP who opposes gay marriage.

For those who are unable to watch the UK’s edition of Celebrity Big Brother, it was announced that America is getting its own iteration. Celebrity Big Brother USA will air on CBS Feb. 7.