So says Maria McGill of Designs to Shine, who creates the contestants spangled ballgowns.
She says Monaco is generally easy to design for because shes open-minded and willing to show more skin, like a competitive ballroom dancer would.
However, McGill says Monacos barely-there outfits do create one challenge: Making sure her breasts dont bounce out during the dance moves.
That challenge was certainly apparent on the last episode, when Monaco suffered a wardrobe malfunction while dancing the samba and had to spend part of the performance holding up her top.
McGill thinks the gaffe helped Monaco because, in her words, It takes a special person to go on after that. I mean, who wants to show their boobs to the world?
However, to prevent future outbursts, McGill plans to personally hook Monaco into her dresses to ensure her assets are secure.
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