When I read the articles about the Puritanical obsessions of the FCC, all I could think of is the countless hours of wasted time and the millions of tax dollars spent discussing these issues instead of looking at important topics that really affect our children. We are angry and embarrassed. Up With People performed at the halftime shows of , , , , and finally The flash could not have come at a more delicate moment in the struggle over where the line should be drawn about what you see and hear on broadcast television. Did the elephant in the room come up in network discussions about his return to the Super Bowl? Although Timberlake issued a statement shortly after the show apologizing and blaming the debacle on a "wardrobe malfunction," he didn't seem too sorry in comments to the syndicated show "Access Hollywood.
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The program is broadcast around Australia at This year's show looks to be a much more family-friendly affair though, with Bruno Mars taking to the stage at the halftime, so we doubt there'll be any repeat performances. Follow Marin Cogan on Twitter: As of early , SiriusXM had That's what I needed to know," she remembers him saying. In reality, if you slow the thing down, it's Justin ripping off her breastplate.
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It was the most replayed moment measured by TiVo Inc. Next When is the Next sale ? Follow The Mag on Twitter: But I sure as hell don't want these Bush-appointed FCC idiots, who probably want to bring back Lucy and Ricky's separate twin beds, deciding what should be on the air. Justin reaches over, grabs a corner of Janet's right breast cup and gives it a hard tug. For the record, not much areola was even visible underneath Jackson's large starburst nipple shield.
What is this country turning into, a Margaret Atwood novel? Have you ever listened to the smarmy Bush appointees on the FCC? Again, please don't get me wrong. ONE complaint from a shocked viewer. MTV, which produced the halftime show for sister network CBS, issued a statement shortly after the game saying, "The tearing of Janet Jackson's costume was unrehearsed, unplanned, completely unintentional and was inconsistent with assurances we had about the content of the performance.