3 Grammys stars we suspect broke the new ‘cleavage rule’
By Brittany Anas
What do you get when the Grammy producers tell divas that they need to keep it PG-rated, cover up their cleavage and avoid overly sheer dresses so they aren’t caught playing peek-a-boob with viewers?
Producers of the Grammys sent out a list of no-no’s to stylists prior to this year’s show. Among the contraband: Excessive cleavage, “thong type costumes” and see-through clothes. Also, Grammys officials tried to ban “bare sides or under curvature of the breasts” — i.e. sideboob and underboob.
Well … that didn’t fly, did it? In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, country darling Miranda Lambert mocked the rule by poking at her own cleavage and explaining that she was confused by the ban on so-called “puffy skin.”
Here are three stars we suspect are on CBS’s misbehaved list for ‘busting’ the rules.
• Katy Perry: She and her cleavage are like the honey badger — they don’t care. Remember, she was banned from Sesame Street for showing that “C” is for “cleavage?” She showed up to the Grammys in a mint green Gucci gown.
• D’Manti: It’s like she printed out all of the rules and then used them as criteria for her award-show attire. But were you expecting something conservative from somebody who was raised in Las Vegas and who says her name means “sparkling diamond”?
• Kelly Rowland: One of the former members of Destiny’s Child became a gospel singer. It was not Kelly Rowland. Symmetrical, skin-baring cut-out dresses are in this spring. But was Ms. Rowland’s a tad too cleavage baring?
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