Being on the world stage representing your country in the Olympics is, to put it lightly, a lot of pressure. But when things unexpectedly go wrong, Olympic dreams can turn into a complete nightmare.When Gabriella Papadakis and her partner, Guillaume Cizeron, took to the ice to skate their short program on Monday, a disastrous wardrobe malfunction was probably the last thing on the French skaters' minds. However, a few seconds into their routine, Papadakis' clasp on her halter top snapped, and her dress fell down, leaving her left breast was exposed.https://twitter.com/CBCOlympics/status/965446655347535872TwitterAnd although this was obviously a major distraction to the veteran pair, Papadakis managed to keep her cool and played off the malfunction like the pro she is. The two came in second, scoring 81.93— less than two points behind Canada’s Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir (83.67).French ice dancers Guillaume Cizeron and Gabriella Papadakis held things together through a wardrobe malfunction and finished second in the short program at #PyecongChang2018. Papadakis' costume came unhooked at the neck seconds into the music. (Xinhua photo/Wang Haofei) pic.twitter.com/Ls9463SMlF— Xinhua Sports (@XHSports) February 19, 2018 The way the pair handled the malfunction scored them serious points with spectators.Seriously, a million points to Gabriella Papadakis for just saying "Fuck it" when her dress broke and skating with her entire boob out. That is a bad bitch. 🇫🇷⛸️⛸️— Artie Bucco (@ChurchCarlton) February 19, 2018 Watched back the Papadakis/Cizeron short dance and I DO NOT know how Gabby kept her cool. Total poise and mental power. And still gave a standout performance. #PyeongChang2018— Nick McCarvel (@NickMcCarvel) February 19, 2018 I so feel for Gabriella Papadakis. You work your whole lives for this moment. World, let’s not let their performance boil down to a wardrobe malfunction. #PapadakisCizeron #Olympics2018 pic.twitter.com/kXKnhrVIsY— Lien Yeung (@LienYeung) February 19, 2018 "It’s just frustrating to miss a few points because of a costume issue," said Cizeron, according to The Washington Post. "That’s not what we get ready for when we train. I’m still proud that we managed to pull out a program like that even with a difficulty like this."When reporters asked Papadakis how she was feeling, the 22-year-old responded "Not great."