by Sara Bonisteel/Photo by John Parra, WireImage
Hey y'all! It was moon over Miami as a crowd full of foodies got a heaping portion of Paula Deen when her pants fell down during a cooking demonstration.
The faux pas came just days after Deen was sued for reneging on a contract to sell her kitchen gadgets.
The original Bag Lady was attending the Food Network South Beach Wine and Food Festival on Feb. 22 when her baggy pants slipped down. And it was all caught on tape by a blogger for the Miami New Times.
"Wait! My britches are falling down," the silver-haired chef exclaims in the video. "Look at them!"
Deen pulled up her white pants, which were weighted down with microphone equipment, and strutted around the stage. But as she turned to get started in the Kellogg's Kidz Kitchen, her pants slipped down and Deen mooned the crowd with her beige underpants.
"Oh my god," she said. "Did y'all see much?"
It was a lighthearted moment that came just two days after Deen's company was sued by Nitches, Inc., for unspecified damages over a deal to sell a line of kitchen products bearing her name, TMZ.com reported.
The suit, filed in L.A. County Superior Court, alleges Deen signed the deal allowing Nitches exclusive rights to sell items bearing the Georgia chef's name. TMZ.com said the items include pancake molds, egg molds, barbecue materials, potpourri, baking timers and aprons.
Deen hosts several cooking shows on the Food Network.
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