One of the great parts of any award show is watching the stars come down the red carpet. Suddenly, everyone and their mom is a high fashion critic (especially, myself and my mom.)
No, really. We sit there and say things like "That's really not her color," "He could have found a better tux," "That necklace overwhelms her" and "...I think I see her nipple."
EVERYONE loves a good wardrobe malfunction, (Hello Janet Jackson at the Super Bowl) but it seems like CBS is taking some extra precautions to make sure that the Grammys this Sunday is safe enough for an Amish family to watch.
Which is ridiculous, the Amish don't even watch TV. From the desk at CBS:
Hold up, "no visible 'puffy' bare skin?" So am I to understand that If an artists genital region does not have any "puffy" (ew?) bare skin, they can show it off?
This also seems like an attack on women. Girls can't expose their nipples of side-boobs, but guys can? Seems a little sexist, CBS, I'm just saying.
Let's take a moment and mourn these great outfits we've seen in the past and most likely won't see this Sunday:
Now that we've mourned that loss, here's a reminder of what is allowed:
Is CBS going overboard on this one, or are they right to play it sage? Thoughts?