VENICE, ITALY – SEPTEMBER 03: (L-R) Dayane Mello, Matteo Manzini and Giulia Salemi attend the premiere of ‘The Young Pope’ during the 73rd Venice Film Festival at Palazzo del Casino on September 3, 2016 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
Giulia Salemi and Dayane Mello suffer almighty wardrobe malfunction as they hit the red carpet in VERY revealing dresses for Venice premiere of The Young Pope.
The Venice Film Festival is often considered to be a classy affair. But models Giulia Salemi and Dayane Mello certainly ripped up the rule book when they hit the annual event for the premiere of new TV miniseries The Young Pope on Saturday. The models left onlookers speechless at Palazzo del Casino, where they provided a jaw-dropping sight.
Draped over the arms of a stylish man, the women seemed to be engaged in competitive exhibitionism as they navigated the red carpet. Dayane opted for a bright pink version of the design, which was strapless and featured puff-ball sleeves. However, few people were looking at those details – as they could hardly take their eyes off her crotch, which was on near-full display.
Not that she clearly didn’t relish the attention, of course. In fact, at one point she could be seen flashing her derriere as she strutted her stuff in front of the world’s media. Add to that her buxom cleavage and there was little left to the imagination. Following suit, Giulia was only slightly more modest in her orange alternative dress.
Boasting a plunging neckline with a parachute-style trail, it too barely covered her private parts – especially as she walked along. Unfortunately, the fact she sported a visible bikini tan line didn’t help matters and ultimately looked rather tacky. Still, loving the attention, they posed up a storm as they attended the premiere.
The series tells the story of orphan Lenny Belardo, played by British star Jude Law, who becomes the first American pope in history and turns out to be a man who shocks and surprises. Meanwhile, Diane Keaton plays a nun who had raised Lenny in an orphanage and becomes the pope’s private secretary. The ten part series will be directed in its entirety by celebrated Italian director Paolo Sorrentino.