04/22/2016 12:00 EDT

Ashley Tisdale Goes Braless, Left 'Dying' With Embarrassment After Wardrobe Malfunction

Good on her!

Ashley Tisdale just freed the nipple...or rather, her pasties.

Last week, the "High School Musical" star attended the Los Angeles premiere of "Mother's Day," opting to go braless for the occasion. And sadly, she paid the consequences for it.

Oh no.

Before heading out the door in her black ribbed tank top equipped with a leather jacket draped over her shoulders and a choker around her neck, Tisdale secured her girls with silicone gel petals, a product that give you that smooth look without your bra (you know, just in case she got chilly.)

And this move went against everything Tisdale's stylist told her. In an interview with ET, that you can watch above, the 30-year-old confessed to not following orders.

"I mean my stylist said, 'Do not wear those. You will see them,'" Ashley said. "It was an option in the bag, though. I was like, 'Oh, it's an option. Maybe they felt like I could.' But no!"

When she finally hit the carpet and the flashing lights from photographer's cameras began to click, she quickly regretted everything. Because let's just say she was exposed by all the lights.

Yikes, girl.

Luckily, she found humour in the situation.

"I literally saw the pictures on Twitter start coming up, and I literally started laughing," she said. "I was like, 'Of course this would happen to me!' Like, of course. But it's just one of those things that you have to laugh at. It's so ridiculous."

Later that night, the actress, who has recently released a chic new makeup collection, took to Instagram to poke fun at her wardrobe malfunction, saying, "When you're feelin yourself but your Gel Petals wanna steal the show."

As Cosmo points out if you're wearing a black top, "always, always, always wear a black bra underneath. You never know when a camera flash will happen to go off."

Noted. And as for Ashley, we love her for being able to laugh at herself!

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