Did celebrities follow the "dress code" at the Grammy Awards?
Despite a warning on inappropriate dressing, celebs rock sexy looks at Grammys
After a wardrobe warning was issued to attendees of this year’s Grammy Awards, we were all dying to see if celebrities actually abided by the rules and avoided wearing scandalous outfits (showing buttocks, breast nipples and side boob were strictly prohibited according to the newly implemented dress code rules set forth by CBS).
But at Sunday night’s awards show, many celebrities graced the red carpet in breast-baring, peek-a-boo ensembles anyway, leaving us all wondering whether anyone actually got the memo in the first place or if they just think they are “above following the rules.”
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Jennifer Lopez showed some serious leg on the red carpet, and celebs including Miley Cyrus and Skylar Grey were definitely guilty of showing off some side boob (the exact request from CBS was “bare sides or under curvature of the breasts is also problematic.”).
And Katy Perry’s low-cut, cleavage-enhancing dress definitely got some attention. Meanwhile, singer Kelly Rowland left little to the imagination in a black sheer dress (which we thought she looked drop-dead gorgeous in, by the way). But after all, this is the Grammys. Would we really expect celebrities to follow the rules?
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Tell us: Do you think celebs followed the dress code at the Grammy Awards?
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