Taylor Swift on wardrobe malfunction: 'The wind machine wasn't supposed to be on'
The singer was performing her track 'You Belong With Me' in St Louis earlier this month when she stepped too close to a wind machine on stage, causing the skirt of her purple dress to briefly blow up around her waist.
However, speaking on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show this morning, the country star laughed off the incident, explaining that the offending wind machine wasn't supposed to be on at that stage of the performance.
Swift told Seacrest: "We have wind machines for a few songs in the show and they weren't supposed to be on during that song. I walked over thinking it wasn't on and it just kind of blew [my skirt] up a little bit.
"I was just sort of like, 'That was new!' and continued on with the show."
When asked for her thoughts on stories like that, she replied: "You just can't worry about it. It's not a big deal. If you constantly Google yourself or look at every headline you'll get into this weird head place.
"I have such a commitment and priority to be happy with my life so I don't stress over the little things like that."
Swift picked up five prizes at the Teen Choice Awards 2011 earlier this month, including the 'Ultimate Choice Prize' in recognition of her "extraordinary contributions to the entertainment industry".
The star is currently on her 'Speak Now' world tour, which is scheduled to play four nights in Los Angeles from this evening, before moving on to other dates across the US and Canada though November.
Listen to more of Taylor Swift's interview with Ryan Seacrest below: