Miranda Lambert's famous former NYPD officer hubby, Brendan McLoughlin, appears to be the latest victim of a wardrobe malfunction and even leaned into it a bit. Check out the hilarious post below, photo and all, of the moment he ripped the crotch of his pants at the ACM Awards.

When you think of wardrobe malfunctions, most people think of the infamous Super Bowl incident with Janet Jackson or Katy Perry's recent dress mishap on American Idol. Wardrobe malfunctions apparently happen to men, too.

But, the show must go on!

It appears McLoughlin wasn't too horrified by his pants ripping in such an, uh, unfortunate place.

In the caption of his post he joked, "Fun times were had last night at the [ACM Awards] with [Miranda Lambert]. Pants held on until the very end."

How Did Miranda Lambert Meet Her Husband?

The couple met in 2018 after Lambert made an appearance on Good Morning America with her girl group Pistol Annies. McLoughlin was working security at the show that day as a member of the NYPD.

Lambert shocked country music fans when she announced that she had secretly wed this not-so-mysterious man in January of 2019. She dropped the news just after Valentine's Day of that year.

"In honor of Valentine's Day I wanted to share some news. I met the love of my life. And we got hitched! My heart is full," she wrote on social media at the time. "Thank you Brendan McLoughlin for loving me for.... me."

The happy couple have been together ever since.

PICTURES: See Inside Miranda Lambert's Rural Tennessee Estate

Miranda Lambert paid $3.4 million in 2016 for her rural estate an hour south of Nashville, which comprises 400 acres of lush green farmland. The property includes rolling hills, rustic living spaces and an enormous horse barn, as well as three residences, a lake with a boathouse and a six-bay garage. There are 75 acres of fenced-in pastureland, as well as lighted walking trails that wind through the woods leading to a pavilion, with seating for 60 for private concerts.

Gallery Credit: Sterling Whitaker


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