Hot on the heels of the Brownlow Medal, the countdown is on for the NRL’s night of nights as the player’s partners get glammed up for the Dally M Medal red carpet.
The NRL and NRLW worlds will come together on Wednesday to find out who will win the men’s and women’s medals for the 2023 season.
A red carpet appearance can make or break a wannabe influencer so the pressure is on for them to get it right.
And there are some examples of what not to do with two attendees in recent times caught inadvertently flashing their knickers on the big night.
Monisha Lew-Fatt, the wife of Canberra Raiders player Jack Wighton endured an embarrassing moment when she stepped out in a hot pink dress at the 2019 Dally Ms.
Her barely-there gown featured a number of sheer cut-outs across her torso which exposed her naked skin underneath as well as a completely exposed left leg.
However, as she posed for the cameras, Monisha’s dress – made by Croatian designer Matija Vuica – awkwardly flashed her black G-string, as reported by news.com.au.
Photos showed the now mother-of-three attempting to adjust the fabric in a panic.
Phoebe Burgess also suffered the same misfortune at the 2017 event when her stunning black Alex Perry gown parted at the front, revealing her lilac underwear.
The journalist, who has since split from her ex-NRL player husband Sam Burgess, was posing on the red carpet in the shiny strapless dress when her wardrobe malfunction occurred.
With this year’s awards getting underway tonight in Sydney, let’s take a look at which WAGs we can expect to see dressed to the nines this year and hoping they don’t suffer their own fashion fail:
Tahlia Church has been dating Tom Dearden since their time at Palm Beach Currumbin State High, where Dearden graduated in 2018.
Tahlia has been a continuous support for Dearden, and was there to cheer the halfback on when he made his debut for the Queensland Maroons in the final match of the 2022 State of Origin.
Last year she was hard to miss in a metallic silver gown with a chunky 80s belt around the waist.
Ben Hunt and his wife Bridget are regarded as one of the golden couples in the NRL. Having tied the knot in a grand ceremony on the New South Wales north coast in 2017, they are the proud parents of two sons, Brady, aged 6, and Bowie, aged 4.
Bridget, who is a popular nutritionist and dietician, is also the niece of former Queensland player and coach Michael Hagan, making them a true rugby league family.
Last year, Bridget sparkled in a glitzy gown paired with a silver bag.
Ellie and her partner Cowboys hooker Reece Robson are expecting their first child to be born in January.
Robson made his Origin debut for the Blues and celebrated his 25th birthday in June, while in the middle of his sixth NRL season.
The couple have been together since about mid-2021.
Miranda Cross and her fiancée Rabbitohs skipper Cameron Murray are also expecting their first child.
The couple made the pregnancy announcement just two months after Miranda accepted his romantic beachside proposal.
The graphic designer, started dating her NRL star 2016 and last year they splashed out $3.1 million on buying their first property together in the eastern Sydney suburb of Matraville.
The Greek Aussie has been engaged to NRL megastar James Tedesco since June and at last year’s awards, the pair looked magical together.
Maria and her Sydney Roosters fullback husband are expecting a little baby girl to join their family soon.
The Glinellis family are hospitality entrepreneurs, co-owning Ironwood Coffee on Sydney’s lower north shore.
This year, Shaun Johnson and Kalyn Ponga are the favourite for the league’s award.
Cronulla superstar Nicho Hynes took out the men’s gong last year while the Sydney Roosters’ Raecene McGregor won the women’s award.
Rugby league fans will be able to catch all the action from the sport’s night of nights LIVE on Kayo Sports.
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