Iggy Azalea Splits Pants Performing At Bar Mitzvah But Has Nothing on 'Parks and Rec's Jerry Gergich — VIDEOS

It happens to the best of 'em: Iggy Azalea split her pants while performing at a bar mitzvah in Los Angeles on Saturday night. There she was, just minding her own business, vigorously shaking her butt to her Jennifer Lopez collaboration, "Booty," when all of a sudden, BAM! Her skin-tight pants just couldn't hold it together any longer. We've all been there! (...Right?) A true professional, Azalea just kept on rappin' and dancin' (though she might not have noticed — the tear is so small that if I hadn't been looking for it, I probably wouldn't have seen it). The video of the incident is mildly entertaining (I mean, no matter how you slice it, people splitting their pants is FUNNY), but ultimately, it left me wanting more.

I guess I just have really high expectations when it comes to people splitting their pants in public. I want drama. I want to be surprised! I want to laugh 'til I cry. When I read the headlines this morning, I was imagining the 24-year-old rapper bending over to pick something up in the brief moment silence between songs and there just being this DEAFENING ripping sound that would shake the walls of the venue and shatter everyone's water glasses. "Earthquake!" someone would yell. "No, it was just her pants!" someone else would yell back. Instead, it's just kind of a non-event. Azalea's recent snafu has NOTHING on Jerry Gergich's infamous pant-splitting moment from Season 2 of Parks and Recreation, that's for sure.

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Ah, Jerry's botched presentation from "Park Safety": The standard to which all pant-splitting incidents (and fart jokes) have been held since the episode originally aired in 2010. The first time I watched it, I laughed so hard, I couldn't breathe. My stomach hurt. My arms went numb. I was seeing stars.

Basically, what I'm trying to say is this: Iggy, you've got nothing to worry about. Your wardrobe malfunction was unfortunate, sure, but it could've been a whooole lot worse (...and a whooole lot funnier).

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