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Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction

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Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction incident, which happened during the 2004 Super Bowl, may be re-examined by a lower court upon the Supreme Courts request. Check out pictures, and video here.

The Supreme Courts is requesting for a lower court to re-consider its decision to toss out the $550,000 fine against CBS over the Janet Jackson Superbowl wardrobe malfunction incident.The incident which showcased Janet Jackson’s breast lasted nine-sixteenths of one second was regarded by the appellate court as “fleeting.” The case then had been put on hold while the court dealt with Fox challenging the FCC policy on fleeting expletives.

According to Rolling Stone:

CBS said in a statement that they were confident the court would again find in their favor and drop the fine, arguing the network could not have anticipated what ultimately happened onstage between Jackson and Timberlake.

Since the infamous Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction 4 years ago when cameras briefly caught Jackson’s partially exposed breast, over 500,000 complaints were received, leading superbowl organizers to actually discriminate against potential performers by only inviting classic rockers unlikely to spontaneously disrobe for its half-time shows, inviting Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Prince, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, and most recently Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band onto its stage.
The order to re-examine the case was sparked by last week’s ruling by the Supreme Court to uphold the FCC’s policy of fining stations that use even one curse words on live TV.

So if you’re a music artist under 50 years of age and you have breasts, the chances of you ever performing at the superbowl are non-existent.

Source: celebs-hotnews.blogspot.com
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