With Jennifer Lopez wardrobe malfunction taking center stage Angelina Jolie‘s right leg comes in a close second as the most talked about moment at the 2012 Academy Awards. Sadly for Jolie she received criticism for her frail leg while many were eager to catch a mere glimpse of J Lo’s nip slip.

For some odd reason as Angelina took to the red carpet at the Oscars in an Atelier Versace gown she decided her right leg needed some attention. Nearly all the photos taken show Jolie thrusting her right leg forward through a slit nearly reaching her waist.

Angie was so persistent that she continued her right leg thrusting on stage while she presented an award for best screenplay to the writers of The Descendants. In a split second co-writer Jim Rash managed to draw a chuckle from the crowd as he imitated Angie’s move on stage. (see picture above)

“Honestly, as soon as I saw her pose like that, I was like, ‘I’m going to do that,’” Rash told EW.

Angelina’s odd pose was so popular that it warranted it’s own twitter page, @AngiesRightLeg with tweets like “I’m a leg!,” “Don’t forget about the leg!” and “You have to admit, I’m one hell of a leg.”

JLo was another hot topic when her make believe wardrobe malfunction took off also getting it’s own twitter page @JLosNipple.

Video and photos of Jennifer prove there was no nip slip but it’s clear that the Oscars was so boring that people were willing to make up anything for fun – just to make it through.

Reportedly Jennifer laughed off the incident, “Rob tells us… he and fellow stylist Mariel Haenn personally informed Lopez about the buzz surrounding her areola during the outfit change… and J.Lo simply laughed it off,” according to TMZ reports. “Rob says… Lopez then assured the team she was so tightly packed into her dress, there was no possible way a nip could’ve slipped. Rob’s convinced it was a shadow from the lighting.”

See more of Angelina Jolie’s right leg and Jennifer Lopez ‘wardrobe malfunction’ pictures below:

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