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Adam Rippon is probably having a longer week than you are. The absolute slayer of ice skating for the men's Olympic figure skating team had to deal with a slight misunderstanding about his anatomy to the collective world, and even though it might be pretty aggravating for the young athlete to talk about anything but his incredible performance during the Olympics, these tweets about Adam Rippon's butt p are so funny that he's probably laughing, too. For anyone who doesn't watch Olympic figure skating, you might want to consider re-thinking your priorities.


Olympic figure skater tara lipinski dropped a ton of butt-baring bikini pics on instagram

The Winter Olympics are underway in Pyeongchangwhich means the pressure is on for the competing athletes to not only deliver athletically, but, in the case of figure skaters, aesthetically too. Over the years, fans have witnessed a parade of vibrant figure skating costumeseach deed to immortalize the skaters wearing them.

Domnina and Shabalin's outfits were purportedly meant by the skaters to be Aboriginal, but were instead denounced as offensive and exploitative. Clothing may, however, reflect the character of the music chosen.

The 30 most risqué figure skating costumes of all time

Illusion panels are often sewn into figure skating costumes to skirt the ISU rule that states: " The clothing must not give the effect of excessive nudity inappropriate for the discipline. Fringe is risky to wear on the ice, because ISU guidelines state that points will be deducted if a part of a skater's costume becomes detached. Wagner's outfit actually incorporated a deep illusion sleeve and plunging bodice. She was featured in a body-positivity issue of ESPN in Want more?

Read all of our coverage of the Winter Olympics here. Wardrobe malfunctions are unexpected, but the South Korean Olympic skater handled the wardrobe malfunction with aplomb.

No, olympic figure skater adam rippon does not wear butt p: 'it is all natural'

World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Get the Insider App. A leading-edge research firm focused on digital transformation. Lia Ryerson. Katarina Witt's infamous blue dress at the Olympics is the reason figure skating now has a dress code. Tanith Belbin's bedazzled red dress and Benjamin Agosto's plunging neckline pushed the boundaries of said dress code.

Oksana Domnina and Maxim Shabalin's "Aborigine inspired" outfits were deemed offensive.

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Sarah Meier's one-piece with a flesh-colored side panel gave the illusion of a mostly-bare torso. Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov's barely-there cheetah print costumes really stood out. Tanith Belbin's bright pink costume didn't feature the standard illusion panels that allow these outfits to skirt the modesty rules. Oksana Domnina likely has illusion panels to thank for helping her flimsy costume stay in place.

Russia's Oksana Grichtchuk's studded black costume was unusually rock 'n' roll for figure skating. Jana Khokhlova and Sergei Novitsky's fiery, sheer costumes were comprised of illusion bodices, vibrant flames, and sheer paneling. Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy's shiny, bright outfits and multiple cutouts were hard to miss.

Isabelle Delobel and Olivier Schoenfelder's neon yellow outfits were zany and borderline cartoonish. Aliona Savchenko's gleaming turquoise two-piece was held together with plenty of sheer paneling.

Katarina Witt's polychromatic costume featured a bare midriff before the "Katarina Rule" was instituted. Ksenia Makarova's purple dress with the illusion panel drew attention to the decorative de on her bodice.

Surya Bonaly, the only Olympic figure skater to land a backflip on one blade, wore a costume that featured a lot of fringe, as well as a plunging neckline and be. Johnny Weir's glimmering, sheer black suit was deed to dazzle and shock. Katarina Witt's red dress with the sheer chest abides by the Katarina Rule.

Ashley Wagner's outfit made it appear as though she was only wearing one sleeve. The long, sheer panel down the bodice of Cynthia Phaneuf's dress strategically holds the entire costume together. Miki Ando's Cleopatra-inspired blue dress relied on sheer fabric and cutouts to stay in place.

Barbara Fusar-Poli and Maurizio Margaglio's flapper-inspired costumes were reflective of the character of their music.

Twitter had one question about adam rippon during his olympic debut & it's so funny

Zhang Kexin's strapless dress gave the illusion of completely bare — albeit glimmering — shoulders. Shizuka Arakawa's deep blue dress featured multiple sheer cutouts at the Olympic games. She wore a similar dress in a different shade of blue eight years later. Isabelle Delobel and Olivier Schoenfelder's coordinating outfits were risky due to all the detachable fringe and beading.

Nelli Zhiganshina's plunging white leotard with the sheer paneling was dramatic.

Mao Asada's mostly-sheer costume featured abstract black cutouts over the bodice. Yura Min's red dress came unclasped while she skated at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Loading Something is loading.


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